Ameripolish Introduces LG-7K Liquid Grout Coating System

LG-7K by AmeripolishAmeripolish, a leading architectural concrete products provider, launched its new LG-7K liquid grout coating system for dry polishing. Ameripolish LG-7K mixes with the dust created while grinding concrete floors to create a durable matrix that automatically fills pinholes, small air voids, pop-outs, microcracks and other gaps in concrete.

“Providing your team with an efficient way of grouting can be difficult,” said Clint Howle, President, Ameripolish. “LG-7K is great for any application, from warehousing to customer-facing grocery aisles.”

LG-7K creates a seamless surface that polishes more effectively, filling gaps and imperfections while grinding. The smooth surface allows for the application of additional densifiers, color stains, or protective treatments. Eliminating these tiny nooks and crannies also makes the floors easier to maintain, as the floor will not trap contaminants.

The easy-to-apply treatment dries quickly and is suitable for any flooring undergoing grinding, whether in industrial settings or highly polished aesthetic floors. It is easy to spray-on and promptly cures to concrete-level hardness. The product ships ready-to-use, covering approximately 200-400 square feet per gallon.

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About Ameripolish

Made in America, Ameripolish is the industry’s leading provider of architectural concrete products for preparing, strengthening, coloring, protecting and maintaining concrete floors. With exclusive focus on the concrete floor industry, Ameripolish has decades of concrete floor experience and technical experts on hand to help customers solve any concrete floor challenge. For more information about Ameripolish, visit

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