taf133 Floor Finish System (Eliminates Wax and Stripping)

Save money and time with taf133 floor finish. Never Strip floors again!

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  1. #1 by Biggie1231 at February 21st, 2008

    so u cant use a Rayon Mop ?

  2. #2 by ladllc at February 21st, 2008

    we have felt the flat micro fiber mop is best. some string type mops have a tendency to leave visible streaks. since the product is not a wax and is more than twice as hard as an epoxy finish, streaks may not burnish out.

  3. #3 by mittaku at March 5th, 2008

    i live in usa virginia how i do to buy this .

  4. #4 by ladllc at March 5th, 2008

    you may purchase direct using Visa, Master Card, or AMEX. The product is priced at $156.00/gal and will cost approximately $0.14/ft for the initial installation.

  5. #5 by ladllc at March 5th, 2008

    you may purchase the product direct. call 800-775-3506 we accept Visa, Mc, and AMEX.

  6. #6 by dandretti1 at April 25th, 2008

    I seriously doubt a product that dries in minutes can claim to be a permenant solution. Companies have made these claims in the past and have had to eat their claims. By your own statements “scrub and recoat” and “avoid butyl products as they will damage the surface” you are saying that this product is in fact a floor finish. The term “wax” has been an incorrect statement for years. What you have here is $20/gl floor finish you are trying to market for $156.

  7. #7 by ladllc at April 25th, 2008

    we understand the skepticism of any critique since their have been many companies promoting the next “silver bullet” technology. we are different, we are unique, and we are a permanent coating that does not require stripping. the product may be stripped if desired, which we have found to be a positive attribute since most floor care owners and care takers are leary of coatings that cannot be stripped. users have found our savings and claims to be rather conservative.

  8. #8 by kkaos77 at July 9th, 2008

    Do your company give out free samples maybe a 1 liter bottle or something I’ve tried new products in the past and it wasn’t what I expected so that I can try on a small floor and if it works I would be buying in bulk I have Six major buildings that need floor finishing done to them.

  9. #9 by skwinkle79 at November 2nd, 2008

    but if you say it is stronger than sealer then it must be very hard to strip it.

  10. #10 by dandretti1 at November 2nd, 2008

    I personally know chemists that developed the first co-polymer high speed finishes. ProBuff, Pioneer etc. ALL FF’s are semi-permenant!Some are just more durable.

    Eventually your finish WILL need to be stripped in order to repair normal discoloration from traffic, weather, and recoating. Regular maintenance is the ONLY way to increase a floor’s longevity in becomming unsightly do to coloration.

    Sales Gimmick.
    $.14/ft is outragous for product only!

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