A smooth velvet finish, suitable for general indoor applications. The finish can be adjusted to be matt, velvet or gloss . The most popular sealer in the indoor range .
WHERE TO USE PRODUCT
For indoor use only. Where a clear, velvet finish is required. Do not use product on floors. Water, alcohol, heat and scratch resistant.
HOW TO PREPARE THE SURFACE General:
Wood must always be clean, dry & smooth before use of product. Never wash/wipe wood with water before use of product. New wood: Sand until smooth. Remove dust with clean, dry cloth. Then wipe with mineral turpentine. Previously varnished wood: Remove varnish by sanding/ using paint stripper. Neutralise paint stripper according to manufacturer's instructions. Allow wood to dry completely. Sand until smooth. Remove dust with clean, dry cloth. Then wipe with mineral turpentine. Oiled wood: Sand until smooth. Then scrub well with Woodoc SteelWool and mineral turpentine. Clean off residue with clean, dry cloth. Allow surface to dry. Wood previously treated with Woodoc: Scrub well with Woodoc SteelWool and mineral turpentine. Clean off residue with clean, dry cloth. Allow surface to dry.
HOW TO APPLYTHE PRODUCT
Stir well before and during application. Do not shake or dilute product. Apply product with good quality brush. Apply first coat until surface remains evenly glossy for at least 10 minutes after application. Apply more product to dull/dry areas. Allow coat to dry completely. Sand lightly with Woodoc SteelWool. Remove dust with clean, dry cloth. Then wipe with mineral turpentine. Apply two more coats in the same way. Always apply a minimum of three coats. There is a choice of three finishes when applying final coat: ! Matt finish: Wipe down third coat with paper towel immediately after application. ! Velvet finish: Rub down with Woodoc SteelWool and Woodoc Deep Penetrating Furniture Wax after 3rd coat is completely dry. ! Gloss finish: Let final coat dry and do not sand. Extreme weather conditions, e.g. very high/low temperatures can influence the appearance (gloss) of the final finish.
± 3,3 m² per litre (for three coats)