3D-Gloss Polish 20 Lit Agar

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C1 A 3D-Gloss Polish 20 Lit Agar

C1 A 3D-Gloss Polish 20 Lit Agar Floor Finish, supper glossy, buff under UHS buffing machine and achieve peak gloss, non slip, rubber mark resistance, scuff resistant, gloss finish and suitable for vinyl, timber and stone floors

What is 3D-Gloss?

3D-GLOSS is a super-glossy sealer finish for vinyl, timber and stone floors. It is designed with a fast cure-rate for use in supermarkets where it buffs up easily under UHS buffing machines to provide a crystal-clear, dazzling gloss.

Key Benefits

Floors will sparkle when sealed with 3D-GLOSS.

3D-GLOSS is non-slip.

Stays shiny for longer because of its high scratch repair

Responds to both gas and electric buffing machines.

Excellent for supermarkets and other busy floors.

How Does It Work?

3D-GLOSS dries to form a colourless, tough modified acrylic, metal cross-linked film which has an outstanding gloss level and very high degree of scratch repair when burnished.

Floors coated with 3D-GLOSS achieve peak gloss after only one or two buffs and they retain their sparkle through the day because of the high abrasion resistance of the new polymer. 3D-GLOSS also offers the possibility of being buffed by gas or electric buffers due to its high burnish response. 3D-GLOSS is colourless, non-slip and mark resistant.

For Use On...

3D-GLOSS should be used on vinyl tiles, sealed timber, sealed terrazzo, sealed marble, terracotta, slate, linoleum, and brick floors.

Technical Data


COLOUR – Milky white liquid

ODOUR – Faint ammonia odour

pH = 8.5 – 9


50 - 80 sq metres per litre

Pack Sizes Available: 5L & 20L

Environmental Care

3D-GLOSS conforms with all statutory

environmental requirements. It is based on safe

ingredients selected to perform efficiently so there is no waste or damage. 3D-GLOSS is water based and non-flammable. 3D-GLOSS containers will be cleaned and reused if returned to Agar Cleaning Systems Pty Ltd., significantly reducing plastic usage and waste. They can also be recycled.


The design, manufacture and supply of all Agar chemical products is controlled by the Agar Quality Management System which is registered and externally audited by SAI Global as complying with

the requirements of AS/NZS ISO 9001:2000 "Quality Management Systems – Requirements".

First Certified: 30 April 1996

SAI Certificate No.: QEC7358

Slip Resistance

3D- GLOSS passes the Slip Resistance Test under dry conditions as specified in AS/NZS 4586-1999. It gives a mean Dynamic Coefficient of friction of 0.70 which is well above the minimum requirement of 0.40.


Remove adhesive, build-up sealer or wax and other soilage using ULTRASTRIP, TAKE-OFF or STR-36. New floors should always be stripped prior to sealing. Whilst a new floor looks clean, it is covered in a protective film added at the time of manufacture. New floor sealer will not adhere to this film, so it must be stripped.

Rinse floor, allow to dry, burnish floor then fringe mop to remove dust.

Apply 2 thin basecoats using either a fringemop or bucket mop. (Note: on floors which take heavy traffic, MASTERPIECE is recommended for vinyl tiles, and FIRST BASE for marble and terrazzo. For an extra high gloss the floor may be buffed when these first 2 coats are dry.) Next apply, 2 coats of 3D-GLOSS making a total of 4 coats.

After 1 to 7 days, apply 2 more coats of 3D-GLOSS. This film of 6 coats will provide a sound foundation for protecting the flooring and will give an excellent depth of shine.

Maintain floor by cleaning with AUTOSCRUB, SYMPOL or SCRUB „‟SHINE and dry buffing or spray buffing. Softer pads with no natural hair-fibres are preferred.

Re-coat heavy traffic areas when required. This will ensure a shiny, beautiful and long-wearing coating.

Worn films may be scrubbed off using FLORPREP at 1:20 with blue pads and may then be recoated with 3D-GLOSS after buffing and sweeping.

Do not apply any sealer to a very cold floor (9ºC or less). If application is unavoidable in very cold or humid weather, lay very thin coats one hour apart.