New superior, penetrating water-based stain resistor from Ameripolish

SR2 WB Stain Resistor b AmeripolishAmeripolish Inc has introduced a water-based formula of its original SR2 Stain Resistor. SR2 WB Stain Resistor is a water-based, fully penetrating stain repellent specifically formulated to protect polished, dyed and non-dyed concrete from oil, water-based stains and acidic etching agents. It is a great alternative where solvent-based products are not applicable. The sub-surface, penetrating agent SR2 WB provides stain repellency from within instead of forming a topical guard on the surface. This allows the surface to breathe and not trap moisture.

“Contractors and floor owners are realizing that acrylic guard products can be difficult to maintain and sub-surface, penetrating sealers like SR2 WB are the future for stain protection,” says Clif Rawlings, vice president of key accounts and U.S. distribution at Ameripolish Inc.

Ameripolish Inc. is celebrating its 10th anniversary since introducing solvent-based, penetrating concrete dyes to the polished concrete industry during World of Concrete 2005. Since then Ameripolish has released many technologically advanced chemicals into the industry such as SR2 Stain Resistor, a sub-surface, fully penetrating stain repellent, and 3D HS Densifier, a hybrid silicate densifier with three different sized molecules that fully penetrate varying densities of concrete regardless of region or hardness.

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 further information about Ameripolish, visit

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