|No. of coats||1|
|Coverage||Up to 15m² per litre|
|Drying time||8 hrs|
|MPN||Please Select Size/Option|
|GTIN||Please Select Size/Option|
Blanchon Wood-Ageing Agent is an odourless, water-based reactive woodstain. Chemically reacts with the tannin in the wood to provide a patina finish which highlights the woods natural grain. It's versitility allows for a wide range of decorative effects, from a light weathered look, to a darker old cottage finish. Perfect for large, open areas such as wooden floors, wooden furniture, panelling and other interior woodwork.
Please note: The best results are achieved with light-coloured European wood species such as pine, fir and spruce.
Ensure surfaces to be treated are clean, dry and free from dirt, dust and other surface contaminants prior to applying the reactive wood stain.
To further enhance the aged look of wooden flooring prior to staining, floors can be distressed using a stainless steel or brass brush, brushing in the direction of the wood grain. This will produce fine scratches in the surface where the stain will collect.
Please Note: The use of steel wool is not recommended.
Always do a test area before starting any project to assess product suitability and final finish. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the container at all times.
Keep any plants and aquariums away from the environment where this product is being applied.
Please note: The patina effect depends on the type of wood and how the reactive wood stain is applied. On delicate veneers or fragile types of wood, carry out a test on a hidden area first and before starting any project.
Wash rollers and brushes immediately after use with water. Wipe tools thoroughly after application.
If over-coating this product with a water-based oil such as Blanchon Hard Wax Oil or Blanchon Original Wood Environment, care should be taken during application of the top-coat. If over-coating with a water-based lacquer or varnish, Blanchon S.O. Primer must be used before applying the varnish / lacquer top-coat.
Please Note: The use of Prim'Oil or SO Primer may change the colour of the Wood Ageing Agent effect. Always do a test area with the ageing-agent, sealer and top-coat first to ensure the desired colour of finish.