Composite Deck Protector
DESCRIPTION AND USE
Composite Deck Protector is a ready-to-use, water-based protective treatment for composite decks. It’s specially designed to bring water and stain repellency to composite decks without changing the decks’ color, texture or appearance. Treated decks resist penetration by water, oil, grease and other contaminants, making it easier to keep decks clean and attractive. The cured sealant also resists mold and mildew stains.
- Resists oil, water, food, mold and mildew staining.
- Low odor.
— treatment doesn’t trap moisture.
- Excellent surface beading.
- Complies with all known national, state and district
AIM VOC regulations.
- Surface and air temperatures should not exceed 90°F (32°C) at the
time of application. Avoid application on hot, windy days.
- Not recommended for use on
Milky white liquid
< 8.0 – 9.0
Flash Point: >
212°F (>100°C) ASTM D 3278
Freeze Point: 32°F (0°C)
US EPA: maximum VOC content 600 g/L
ARB SCM Districts: maximum VOC content 120 g/L
SCAQMD: maximum VOC content 120 g/L
Maricopa County, AZ: maximum VOC content 400 g/L
NEOTC: maximum VOC content 120 g/L
Protect people, vehicles, property, plants, and
glass from product, residue, splash, fumes and wind drift. Divert and/or protect auto and pedestrian traffic. Prior
to application of Composite Deck Protector, clean deck with PSC Composite Deck
Restorer. Surfaces to be treated should be clean and dry before application of
Composite Deck Protector to ensure good penetration.
Surface & Air Temperatures
and air temperatures should be at least 40°F (4°C) and less than 90°F (32°C)
and expected to remain so for 4 hours.
Apply using a soft-bristled brush, roller or
low-pressure spray. A fan spray tip is also recommended.
Before use read “Preparation” and “Safety Information.”
ALWAYS TEST each surface for suitability and
desired results before overall application. Use the following application
instructions. Let surface dry thoroughly before inspection and approval.<
DO NOT DILUTE. Use in concentrate.
1. Mix well, and apply Composite Deck Protector in a
single coat. Use enough to keep the surface wet for about 1-2 minutes before
Broom out puddles until the
treatment completely penetrates the surface. Wipe up excess with a clean, absorbent
treated surfaces from pedestrian traffic and rain for 12-24 hours following
application, depending upon temperature and humidity.
Clean tools, equipment, and
surfaces affected by overspray with soap and warm water. Remove overspray and
spills as soon as possible.
Remove stains from surfaces treated
with Composite Deck Protector as soon as possible using PSC General Purpose
Outdoor Maintenance Cleaner and water.
May cause irritation. Keep out of the reach of children. Read the complete
label before use.
and glycol ether. Use safety glasses or splash goggles as needed to avoid eye
contact. Wear rubber gloves and long sleeved work clothing or splash-resistant
clothing as needed to avoid skin contact. Repeated skin exposures may cause
allergic sensitization. Do not breath mists. May cause respiratory irritation.
Wear a NIOSH approved dust/mist respirator as needed. Use with adequate
ventilation. Wash thoroughly after handling.
Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. If vomiting occurs, keep victims head lower than
hips to avoid aspiration. Get immediate medical assistance.
Eye Contact: Rinse thoroughly for 15 minutes. Get immediate medical assistance.
Skin Contact: Remove contaminated clothing and rinse thoroughly for 15 minutes. Seek
medical assistance if persistent irritation develops. Launder contaminated
clothing before reuse.
Inhalation: Seek medical attention if irritation develops.
24-hour emergency information: INFOTRAC at
Storage and Handling: Keep from freezing. Do not reuse container. Do not
alter, dilute product or use for applications other than specified. Do not use
on food contact surfaces. Protect non-targeted surfaces, passersby and plant
life. Dispose of unused product in accordance with local, state and federal
regulations. Professional Users: Get MSDS for additional use and
is 1 year from the date of manufacture in tightly sealed, unopened container.