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When it comes to stripping and finishing floors, I notice the answers sometimes include the words, "percent of solids."
What does this mean?
With floor finish, percent of solids refers to the amount of non-volatile materials (18 to 25 percent) in the solution that will remain to form a film on the tile after the liquids have evaporated.
The higher the solids content, the more finish is actually deposited each time the floor is coated and dries.
In theory … - Lynn E. Krafft, ICAN/ATEX editor
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