|No. of coats||3|
|Coverage||Up to 15m² per litre|
|Drying time||2 hrs|
|MPN||VEWSLO1000, VEWSM1000, VEWSO1000, VEWSP1000, VEWSR1000, VEWSRO1000, VEWST1000, VEWSW1000, VEWSLO2500, VEWSM2500, VEWSO2500, VEWSP2500, VEWSR2500, VEWSRO2500, VEWST2500, VEWSW2500|
|GTIN||5030777001073, 5030777001905, 5030777001882, 5030777001059, 5030777001943, 5030777001097, 5030777001929, 5030777000076, 5030777001080, 5030777001912, 5030777001899, 5030777001066, 5030777001950, 5030777001103, 5030777001936, 5030777000090|
Polyvine Exterior Woodstain with its unique polymer system and nano-technology makes it ideal for a wide range of exterior wood care projects. Perfect for softwood and hardwood windows, doors, cladding, fascia boards and more.
Wooden surfaces to be treated must be clean, dry and free from dust, dirt, oils and any other surface contaminants.
New wood should be allowed to dry thoroughly before assembly begins. If the wood is green or has been pressure treated allow to dry before coating (below 18% moisture content).
Fungus, pollen or spores not removed and trapped below the woodstain will discolour the surface of the timber when exposed to moisture.
Always do a test area before starting any project to asses product suitability and final finish. Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the tin at all times.
Care must be taken when applying in high temperatures or direct sunlight, as this will affect drying time. Do not apply when rain is imminent. The coating life will be reduced on horizontal surfaces and where the coating is in contact with the ground or pooled water.
Please note: Oak has an open grain texture and can be problematic with film forming coatings. It is imperative therefore that the grain is filled with coating before further coats are applied. Oak is not as resistant to weathering as oily hardwoods and therefore, needs better protection when used outdoors. The coating integrity cannot be guaranteed on green oak.
For full details, refer to the manufacturer's 'Technical Information Sheet' in the 'Datasheets' section above.