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Weather resistant lacquer for use above the waterline
FAXE Boat Lacquer is a thick-film and elastic lacquer with high durability and resistance to salt water and salty air. Used for wood on boats above the waterline at both lee and freeboard.
|Package dimensions:||0,75 l.|
Dust dry after approx. 2 hours at 20°C.
Dry to recoat after 4 hours at 20°C.
|Application:||Brush and roller.|
- May cause an allergic skin reaction.
Where to use:
FAXE Boat Lacquer is suitable for all types of wood surf aces in- and outdoor, where a strong surface is wanted.
The wood must be clean, dry, solid and sustainable. Uncoated wood should be primed with FAXE Boat Lacquer diluted with 10% White Spirit.
Apply minimum 2 times with undiluted lacquer on top. Between each layer the surface should be sanded lightly with fine sandpaper and wiped clean. Lacquered wood should be cleaned thoroughly of dirt, salt layer etc. by washing with clean fresh water. All loose varnish should be sanded evenly and firm lacquer should be sanded matt. The product should not be applied in direct sunlight or on strong solar heated surfaces. One must expect some degradation of the wood surfaces due to solar ultraviolet rays. An annual renovation may be necessary. FAXE Boat Lacquer should be applied in several thin layers rather than one thick layer, as this provides the strongest and fastest curing, and gives maximum durability. Sand lightly between each layer.
Cleaning: Clean tools with White Spirit.
Storage: Dry and cool.
Alkydoil, drying agents, non-aromatic white spirit.
Empty the complete contents of the container into a plastic vessel, stir thoroughly before and during use. Several containers containing identical products should be mixed together. The finished result depends, amongst other things, on the preparatory treatment, structure and natural colour of the substrate. For this reason, try out first on a sample area.
Reservations are made for technical changes and printing errors.
Risk of spontaneous ignition: Oil-soaked cloths, abrasive dust, etc. can spontaneous ignite. Soak cloths etc. in water and dispose or keep in a fireproof container.