On top of killing mold and mildew, AfterShock inhibits the future growth and spread of mold and mildew on the cured film surface in residential and institutional buildings. This extremely durable, easy to apply, 100% acrylic sealant offers the ultimate in durability in combination with excellent fungicidal characteristics to address mold growth from water damage. AfterShock is recommended for use on interior wall surfaces such as plaster, wallboard, drywall, concrete, masonry block, wood, primed metal and galvanized metal. AfterShock is also recommended for use on interior wood framing, primed metal, concrete, and wallboard inside the wall cavity. Do not use for HVAC system applications.
AfterShock offers the ultimate combination of durability, application ease, and fungal resistance to address mold growth in nearly any situation. The white, antimicrobial coating kills residual mold and mildew remaining after pre-cleaning and disinfecting contaminated surfaces, and inhibits the future growth and spread of mold and mildew. AfterShock is recommended for use on interior wall surfaces in residential, commercial, and institutional buildings.
When addressing mold and water damage, you need to make sure you get lasting results. That’s why pros in the remediation business adhere to industry best practices which include a three step process: Clean. Kill. Coat. Fiberlock provides the most complete, most effective products to ensure that mold and water damage issues are remediated and that your investment, health, and safety are protected.
Aftershock Fungicidal Coating is step 3 in Fiberlocks "Clean. Kill. Coat." process. Learn about part one, Fiberlock Technologies IAQ Advanced Peroxide Cleaner, here! For Part 2, check out Fiberlock Technologies Shockwave Concentrated Disinfectant & Cleaner found here!
AfterShock is supplied ready to use. Stir thoroughly. Do not mix with other coatings, solvents or colors in oil. Remove damaged materials and clean surfaces. Surface must be free of dust, mildew, mold, dirt, grease, loose paint, oil, glue size, calcimine, wax, soap and other surface contamination. Patch surface irregularities with an appropriate patching compound. AfterShock is self-priming over bare gypsum drywall, composition board, ceiling tile and concrete. Do not apply when air or surface temperature is below 50°F or when drying conditions are poor. Use adequate ventilation during application.
Joint cement should be sanded smooth, but avoid abrading the paper.
Apply AfterShock with a brush, roller or airless spray equipment.
Remove gross filth or heavy soil. For heavily soiled areas, a pre-cleaning step is required. Apply AfterShock generously and uniformly by brush, roller or airless spray and ensure that the surface is completely coated. Allow to air dry. Clean and inspect regularly for damage to coating film – reapply if cured coating film becomes damaged. AfterShock will kill residual mold and mildew on the surface, and then will prevent the growth of mold and mildew on the surface of the cured film.
Clean tools and drippings with warm soapy water before AfterShock dries. Dispose of all waste according to all existing local, state and federal regulations.
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not contaminate water, food or feed by storage or disposal.
PESTICIDE STORAGE: Close container after each use. Keep from freezing. Store in a dry place at temperatures between 40°F (4.5°C) and 90°F (32°C).
PESTICIDE DISPOSAL: Wastes resulting from the use of this product may be disposed of on site or at an approved waste disposal facility.
CONTAINER DISPOSAL: Triple rinse (or equivalent). Then offer for recycling or reconditioning, or puncture and dispose of in a sanitary landfill, or incineration, or, if allowed by state and local authorities, by burning. If burned, stay out of smoke.
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