- All surfaces to be coated must be clean, dry and free of oil, grease or dirt.
- Any existing coating must be checked for good adhesion. Any loosely adhered coating must be removed.
- All nail holes should be filled with a water-based filler. Sand the filler back prior to coating.
- Stir well before and during use with a broad flat paddle.
- Use a good quality soft, clean paintbrush, applicator pad, short nap roller or by spray. If large areas are to be coated we recommend the use of a short nap mohair roller to assist with application.
- Reapply as timber changes colour or decreased water repellency is observed.
3. Drying Time
- Touch dry in 4 hours but it is recommended that the product be left a minimum 24 hrs before recoating.
- Then lightly sand the surface with 240 grit sandpaper.
- Thoroughly dust the surface (a tack rag is recommended) before recoating./li>
Up to 17 square metres per litre depending on the porosity and application technique.
A minimum of 2 coats including a sealer coat.
Thinning is not usually required except on hot days when 50ml of Hot Weather Thinner per one litre is recommended.
- Not recommended for use on rough sawn timbers.
- Deposits of grease or wax should be removed with Turpentine.
- Ensure new and freshly sanded timber is coated immediately. Do not weather for more than 2 weeks.
- Wash your equipment in fresh water with a drop of detergent.
- Rinse in clean water.
- Seal washings and unwanted leftovers and dispose of responsibly.
- Store out of reach of children
- Skin: wash the area well with running water
- Eyes: flush the eye with running water for several minutes, contact your doctor
- Breathing: use in a well ventilated area; when spraying, use a suitable respirator
- Swallowed: drink water, do not induce vomiting and contact your doctor or the Poison Information Centre on 13 11 26