It is intended for coating of parquet in leaving spaces, lacquering of wooden stairs and other wooden products under heavy mechanical load. It is also recommended for coating of concrete floors (lacquering and dust laying).
The surface shall be dry (humidity less than 20%), thoroughly cleaned of dirt, grease, wax, dust and polishing products.
Remove loose coats of the old varnish from the wooden floor and sandpaper the surface till matt condition. The old coating is recommended to be totally scrapped for better adhesion.
Remove completely old acrylic varnish from the wooden floor if there is such a coat.
Sandpapering shall be performed in two stages. First, treat the surface with heavy-grained sandpaper and then with fine-grained one.
Surface defects (hollows, cracks and spalls) shall be corrected with a putty for wooden and mineral surfaces TM Farbex of suitable color. After that sandpaper treated areas.
Avoid methods of cleaning, which can damage timber (e.g. sandblast apparatus).
Previously lacquered wooden surfaces need no undercoating.
Previously uncoated wooden surfaces shall be treaded with alkyd-based wood protective primer TM Maxima.
Previously uncoated concrete surfaces shall be undercoated with a mixture of varnish and thinner at a ratio of 3:1. Apply 1 coat of a mixture of varnish and thinner at ratio 1:1.
The edges of wooden surfaces shall be treated more thoroughly asking them completely.
Make sure that the surface is dry enough before applying the finishing coat.
Stir the varnish thoroughly before use. Dilute it with a thinner if necessary.
Apply a subsequent coat in 24 hours.
Slight treating of intermediate coats of varnish with fine-grained sandpaper is recommended.
Do not apply the varnish with a thick coat!
Apply the product at the temperature of air and the surface from + 10 ° С till + 35 ° С, and air humidity less than 80%.
The surface is ready for exploitation in 48 hours.
Clean tools with a thinner and then with warm water with detergents if necessary.
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.