A product contains UV filters, which provide firm defense from UV-rays and negative weather influence. It creates a waterproof defensive cover against moisture. Effective against wood pests and fungus. Emphasizes woody structure saving its natural beauty. Quick-drying.
It is intended for long-term protection and decorative finishing of new and previously treated surfaces with acrylic wood protection product (facades of the buildings, elements of fencing, shelter range, terraces, balconies, panels, blocks, doors, window frames, furniture, etc.) indoors and outdoors.
The surface under application shall be dry (maximal humidity is 20%), thoroughly cleaned from dirt, grease, dust, blue stain, rot, old paint.
The dirty surface is recommended to clean with dry brush.
Remove mildew and external organics mechanically (with a scraper or a brush). Process the surface with Antiseptic for wooden surfaces Farbex.
Remove resin in snub spots mechanically.
The previous coating should be completely removed in mechanical way(with a scraper or a brush), in thermal way( with a dryer, infrared emission), or in chemical way (with paint removal agents).
Polish the surface, remove the dust.
Before priming make sure that wooden surface is clean and dry.
For providing the best defensive effect prime new or cleaned from old rests surfaces with wood protective acrylic primer TM Maxima.
Edges of wooden products shall be treated more carefully and completely impregnated.
Before putting the finish layer, make sure that primed film is dry enough.
Woodcare product is ready for use, if needed thin with water (not more than 10% of weight).
Spread the product in two layers. Every next layer makes color more intense.
Works should be conducted at the environment and surface temperature from +10 ºС to +30 ºС and not more than 80% RH.
Do not coat the product under direct sunlight, strong wind, frost and atmospheric precipitation. After the coating is applied it shall not be affected by atmospheric precipitation and sub-zero temperatures for 24 hours.
When calculating the area to be painted, you need to subtract the area that will not be painted. (windows, doors, etc.)
Paint consumption may vary depending on dilution and uniformity of application of the paint.