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What are impregnators?

Date: 18/06/2012 | Published: News

Impregnators are invisible protective treatments, which prevent dirt from penetrating the surface. Impregnators do not form a film or layer on the surface, but penetrate into the pores or capillaries thereby maintaining the material’s water permeability. With impregnators, surfaces can be protected against water or against water and oil.

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