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Travertine Professional – TP300

Breakthrough, Water Tolerance Technology

A New, State of the Art, Water Borne Complex That Reduces Slipperiness on Travertine Dry or Wet while Strongly Increasing Stain Resistance

TP300 exhibits remarkable performance at preventing slipperiness on all finishes of travertine while protecting the surface with a powerful matrix that resists staining, dirt pick-up, weathering, water entry, and wear.  TP300 is water-based complex that is both film forming and penetrating. It is a silica based highly advanced treatment that builds two protective levels, both a protective, micro-engineered film on the surface and a penetrating, impregnating protective layer inside the surface pore system.

TP300 is the first professional solution formulated specifically for travertine to reduce slipperiness while preventing/minimizing stains preserving the natural look of travertine.  Reapplication can be done at any time.

TP300 is easily applied with a pump-up sprayer.

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Application Highlights


  • Travertine
  • Honed, filled or unfilled
  • Polished
  • Tumbled
  • Brushed


  • Cures in 1 to 2 hours
  • May slightly darken (enhance)
  • Single coat
  • Matte finish
  • Safe, easy to apply
  • Resealable


  • Indoors and outdoors
  • Horizontal and vertical
  • Do not apply on food areas


  • Quart bottles
  • One-gallon bottles
  • Five-gallon pails


Regulatory Compliance: VOC Compliance; This product is compliant with the following national, state, and district AIM VOC regulations, US environmental Protection Agency, California Air Resources Board SCM Districts, South Coast Air Quality Management Districts, Maricopa County AZ, and Northeast Ozone Transport Commission