Stain and Varnish


Stain and Varnish

Introduction:

Stain  and Varnish are non-hazardous water-based acrylic transparent coloured electrometric coating engineered for maximum durability while staying safe and easy to apply. It is an excellent weather resistant topcoat system that leaves an alluring natural colour with a wet look finish. This unique Zero-VOC technology provides ultra durable protection against UV rays, microorganisms, moisture, rotting, abrasion and chemical exposure while maintaining flexibility to resist minor cracks compared to conventional oil-based coatings.

Stain and Varnish has been developed to be used on all interior and exterior timber; it can also be used on concrete, brick, sandstone, terracotta.

Principal Advantages:

  • Deep penetration into the substrate
  • Waterproofing properties
  • Excellent permeability
  • No chipping or scaling
  • Anti-fungus, chemical resistance such as acid, alkaline etc.
  • Non-toxic and odourless
  • Ultra Violet resistance and no discolouration
  • Does not burn and has flame &heat resistance

Applications:

Stain and Varnish has been developed to be used on all interior and exterior timber; it can also be used on concrete, brick, sandstone, terracotta. Some applications include:

  • Internal and external timber
  • Doors and frames
  • Furniture – indoor and outdoor
  • Timber railings, benches,
  • Pergolas, stairs.
  • Etc

Technical info:

Storage conditions: Room (moderate) temperature, tightly closed (sealed)
Colours: All timber stain and varnish colours are available
Solids (% by volume): 41%
Gloss: Low sheen
Spread Rate: 12 -14 m2/L
Water resistance: Excellent
Abrasion resistance:  High
Corrosion resistance: High

Remarks:

Clean Up: Clean all equipment thoroughly with water immediately after use.

Storage:  Keep containers well sealed. Store at moderate temperatures.

Disposal: Allow unwanted paint to dry for a day within its container and peel off. Dispose of waste paint in general household waste or equivalent and recycle the container.