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Product Description & uses: A hardwearing oil varnish stain, producing a gloss finish suitable for new and previously varnished timber surfaces. Available in six shades. Crown Varnish Stain is particularly suitable for use by furniture manufacturers and for general decorative use on all types of untreated timber.
Characteristics: Manufactured from a high quality alkyd resin and light-fast oil-stainers.
Advantages: Economical, Easy to apply and hardwearing gloss finish.
Application: By brush or spray.
Thinning: Supplied ready for use but may be thinned with a little Crown White Spirit for 1st coat work, on bare timber, or for spray application. Stir well before use.
Drying Times: Surface dry in 4 hours. Recoatable in 14 hours.
Spreading Capacity: 13 – 15 m2/l when applied on smooth non-porous surfaces
Equipment cleaner: Crown White Spirit.
Colour range: Available in Natural Oak, Light Oak, Medium Oak, Dark Oak, Walnut, and Mahogany.
Pack sizes: ½ litre, 1 litre, 4 litres and 20 litres.
New and bare woodwork and furniture: Prepare surface (refer surface preparation data sheet SP 2). Apply 3 coats Crown Varnish Stain.
Previously varnished woodwork – sound condition: Prepare surface. Apply 2 coats Crown Varnish Stain.
Previously varnished surfaces – unsound: Thoroughly remove all varnish coatings down to bare timber if necessary using Crown Paint and Varnish Remover and/or mechanical sanding equipment. Prepare surface. Apply 3 coats Crown Varnish Stain
1. Do not apply Crown Varnish Stain over surfaces that have been wax polished unless all traces of polish have been removed and the surface sanded thoroughly.
2. The shade effect obtainable with Crown Varnish Stain will vary greatly depending upon the type and colour of the timber being coated.
3. It will not be possible to produce a light effect (i.e. Natural Oak or Light Oak) on a naturally dark timber or a timber, which has previously been stained with dark shade.
4. For best results, rub down with waterproof abrasive paper (wet and dry) or fine sandpaper between coats to remove any film surface defects and wipe clean.
For health & safety information, please refer to our Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)