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Effective against yellowing of all wooden floors and wooden surfaces
FAXE Universal Lye gives untreated wood a light, even, white-scoured surface finish with visible wood grain. FAXE Universal Lye can be applied to all types of wood, preferably light types of wood.
|Package dimensions:||1 l., 2,5 l., 5 l.|
|Dry time:||Approx. 5 hours at 20°C.|
|Application:||Brush, lambswoll lye applicator, roll, plastic bucket, sanding pad or disc.|
Where to use:
For untreated wood floorings, panels and interieur, made of pine, spruce, douglas, pitch pine and hardwood in general.The colourtone on hardwood can vary, depending on the specie.
The wood must be sanded down, with a fine grain pad or disc, clean and dry. Remove stubborn dirt using FAXE Intensive Cleaner. When working with lye, always wear suitable gloves and protective goggles.
• Apply the undiluted lye evenly, with the grain, using a brush or lambswool lye applicator. Smooth out overlaps, as long as the wood is still wet. For a particularly intensive effect, repeat the process after the first coat has dried.
• When the wood has dried, smooth the surface of the wood using a fine sanding pad or disc.
When the wood is dry the surface should be treated with FAXE Wooden Floor Soap White, FAXE Prestige Oil White or FAXE Wooden Floor Oil White, which gives the wood a robust and natural surface and leave the wood with a light appearance. The daily cleaning of wood treated with FAXE Universal Lye and a FAXE Oil is FAXE Wooden Floor Soap White or FAXE Active Care White.
Cleaning: Clean tools with water.
pH value: 9-10.
Storage: Not less than +5°C.
Water, titanium dioxide, vegetable oil, natural wax, borax, sodium hydroxide < 0,5 %.
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.