Natural stone can be difficult to protect - Halo extends its life while preserving its natural beauty.

Halo Stone gives stone protection from stains and moisture

Halo Stone is a high-performance coating specially formulated to protect natural calcium-based stone and man-made cement-based substrates.  It offers stone protection against moisture, stains, scratches, etching and mild acids.   Vinegars should be cleaned up within an hour of a spill to prevent acid-etching.  Like all Halo Coatings, Halo Stone protects against graffiti.

Halo Stone offers ideal stone protection in home and restaurant kitchens

Halo Stone can also be used in bathrooms and other high traffic areas.  It protects limestone, marble, travertine, tumbled marble, onyx and polished marble.  It is a cost-effective solution for natural stone protection.   It extends the life of the stone while preserving its beauty.   It reduces the need for expensive refinishing and can be cleaned with water or a mild cleaner.

It is also kind to the environment by eliminating the need for harsh chemical cleaners. Halo Stone is also very easy to clean – there is simply no need to use tough cleaners. The nano particles are so close together that dirt simply cannot penetrate the coating.

Halo coatings also have Food-Safe certificates. This means that they can be safely used in commercial kitchens and in factories where food is packaged or manufactured. The only thing to remember when working with food products is to quickly clean up any vinegar spills.

Tough, durable, sensitive to the environment and free of carcinogens

Halo’s Stone has been formulated using the principles of Halo’s exclusive Nano-Ceramic nanotechnology.

In Taber Abrasive tests, Halo scored 39.11, which means it’s tougher than granite.

With less than 100g/L VOC Halo Stone outperforms the most stringent air-quality controls in the US.

Halo follows the USA EPA’s 12 steps of Green Chemistry.

Halo measures as being carcinogen free as defined by California legislation.             

Contact us now for the Stone Coat Data Sheet and SDS or for more information.

Halo scored 39.11 on the Taber Abrasive test, scoring higher in resistance than granite