- easy to apply
- fast drying
- Tack-free: 5 min.
- Application of the next coat: after 15 to 30 min.
Use only on perfectly sanded floors and paneling free of any traces of wax or grease. In these conditions it adheres perfectly. Detergents should not be used
Shake the can well before use. In normal conditions, no thinning is necessary (do not apply at a temperature below 12°C). Mix carefully with the wood dust from the first sanding; the proportions vary according to use:
- fluid binder, containing 20% wood dust,
- thick binder, containing up to 50% (or more) wood dust. Apply with a stopping knife. For large cracks, apply twice. Do not leave aquariums or plants in contract with solvent vapours. Then carry out the final sanding. Important: if a floor is to be stained after sealing, the final sanding should be very thorough. For a very light stain, such as light oak, use a polished oak finish sealer. Tack-free in 5 minutes.
Can be rubbed down and another coat applied after 15 to 30 minutes.Parquet moisture content: 8-12%. Variable, depending on the condition of the surface and the proportion of wood dust used.
Clean immediately after use, with acetone. After cure only mechanically.
A parquet floor is sanded with a parquet sander, an edge sanding machine for edges and a scraper in corners.
The parquet sander is used perpendicular to windows (source of light), or better still, if possible, in the direction of the wood grain.
Work regularly over the surface to treat it in the same manner.
1st run: Rough grain (36) to expose the bare surface and level it.
2nd run: Medium grain (60) to make the surface even.
3rd run: Fine grain (120) to obtain a good finish.
Polishing with a power brush fitted with an abrasive disc (80 or 120) makes surface preparation perfect, especially on parquets with boards laid in a staggered pattern: mosaic, chevron, broken stick, Hungary pattern, etc.
Finish the edge of the room (edge sander and scraper).
Carefully remove dust using a powerful vacuum cleaner (surface to varnish, as well as skirting, edges of windows, and radiators).