Two new treatments join LTP’s range

Two new treatments join LTP’s range

April 2019

LTP’s range provides trusted protection and maintenance solutions for tile and stone installations, indoors and outside.  

New products to join the range include LTP’s Cement, Grout & Salt Residue Remover: a treatment which replaces conventional acids normally used to remove cement and grout residues.  The new product can be used on all tile and natural stone surfaces – indoors and outside - except those with a polished finish. 

Notably, it can be safely applied to unpolished acid-sensitive surfaces, including limestone and travertine.  As well as removing new and existing building residues, the Remover also disperses rising salt residues caused by issues including substrate moisture and spot fixing.

Other new treatments for exterior surfaces include LTP Blackstone: an outdoor sealer and restorer for dark natural stone and artificial stone surfaces.  The new water-based impregnator restores the appearance of faded limestone, marble, slate and concrete.  

Ideal for hard landscaping, Blackstone is fast and safe to use and the permanent finish created provides protection against the elements.  It can be applied in multiple coats until the desired colour effect is achieved – from grey to ebony.

For more information, tel. 01823 666213 or email info@ltp-online.co.uk
http://www.ltp-online.co.uk

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