- product information
SealCoat™ is the perfect sanding sealer because it penetrates the surface, dries quickly and gives a rich tone to wood surfaces. Non-yellowing.
Its high adhesion makes SealCoat™ compatible with most other clear finishes. It may be applied to any existing finish to protect the surface from strong solvent-based coatings. This also ensures adhesion of solvent-based polyurethane, water-based polyurethane, lacquer and other clear finishes. Two full coats are required to create a barrier for sealing odours in certain types of woods and chip board.
SealCoat™ seals all types of wood surfaces including oak, maple, chestnut, mahogany, walnut, birch, poplar, cherry and more. It is recommended for interior woodwork such as paneling, moulding, trim, windows, doors, cabinets, furniture and toys. SealCoat™ is also great for wood floors.
- technical specifications
Brand Zinsser Size 1ltr Coverage Approximately 24 - 50m2 per Litre Touch Dry 10 minutes Recoatable 20 - 30 minutes
- • Compatible with clear wood finishes
- • Great for sealing interior wood, including floors
- • Dries lightning fast - can be sanded and recoated in minutes
- • Does not darken or yellow with age
- • Gives extra beauty and warmth to water-based polyurethanes
- • Can be used as a pre-stain
Surfaces must be clean, dry, and sound.
Remove any wax from the surface with methylated spirits.
Sand bare wood as smoothly as possible and remove all sanding dust.
Previously applied wood stains must be completely dry.
Previously applied finishes must be clean and tightly adhered.
For best results use a natural bristle brush.
Apply a full brush load of Sealcoat to the surface using full, even strokes, brushing back into the wet material to maintain a wet edge.
Do not over brush or brush back into material once it becomes tacky.
Use a lint free cloth.
Pour or brush a liberal quantity of Sealcoat onto the surface and quickly work into the wood with brush, making sure sealer soaks thoroughly into any open or end grain. Wipe away any excess with cloth and stop wiping when surface becomes tacky.
For vertical surfaces pour Sealcoat onto cloth and wipe over the wood. If the wood is stained, a second application may be needed to avoid sanding through the sealer and the stain.
May be spray applied using conventional, HVLP systems, or airless. Use a .011 to .013 tip and 800 – 1000 psi for airless spray application.
Follow equipment manufacturer’s instructions
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