METHODS OF APPLICATION
New timber should be well sanded, clean, non-oily and thoroughly dry. Brush apply evenly, 3 coats for exterior application or interior work, leaving 24 hours between coats. Joinery supplied with a basecoat apply 2 brush coats leaving 24 hours between coats. Previously stained wood should be clean. Lightly sand and apply 2 coats as required, leaving 24 hours between coats. Old paint or varnish – strip back to bare wood, sand, clean and apply 3 coats leaving 24 hours between coats. Stir thoroughly before and during use.
A test application is recommended.
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Remove dust and dirt by washing. remove loose material with a stiff brush. Mould and algae growth should be removed with a suitable fungicide. Recoat every 3-8 years as required. Clean brushes and spillages with white spirit. Remove as much paint as possible from brush before washing. Some Local Authorities have special facilities for disposing of waste coatings. Do no empty paint into drains and watercourse. Do not use white spirit on skin. A proprietary hand cleaner should be used.
Protect from extremes of temperature during storage and application.
Recommended For Use On- window frames, Doors, Cladding, Fascias, all internal and external woodwork.
Drying Time- Touch dry 3-5 hours
Recoat Time- Allow 24 hours between coats
Coverage- 11-18 square metres per litre, depending on substrate