Rustic stain 2L
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Rustic stain is a product designed to color raw wood. Thanks to the Easy Apply formula used in our stain, the product gradually and evenly penetrates the structure of the wood.
Rustic wood stain professionally stains the wood leaving a smooth surface, but does not protect the painted surface; In order to protect it, we recommend using oils for wood and varnishes such as BARTEK Company.
- perfectly penetrates into the structure of the wood
- short drying time
- for interior/exterior use
- requires additional protection (UV oils, UV varnishes)
- highlights the grain
- Easy Apply formula
Product recommended for professional staining of wood products:
- other decorative elementsoracyjne
10 to 12 m2 from 1 liter ( one coat); performance depends on the type of wood, method of application.
Warranty: 36 months
1. Prepare the elements for staining by thoroughly sanding, dusting, drying and removing resins from the surface. It is best to apply on wood without previous primers.
2. The temperature of the substrate, environment and the stained elements during the work should be between +5 ºC and +25 ºC.
3. Before use, the contents of the container should be thoroughly mixed. Do not dilute.
4. Apply the stain by brush, roller, sponge, cotton cloth or spray along the grain of the wood.
5. For a darker shade it is recommended to apply two coats at intervals of about 30 minutes.
6. To protect against dirt after the painted surface is completely dry, apply varnish or oil
7. Clean dirty tools and stains from the stain with water.
8. After finishing the work, close the package tightly.
9. Avoid contact with the skin - it stains permanently. It is recommended to ventilate the room after finished work. Always use stain from the same production batch for staining large areas. The color palette shown is for reference only and cannot serve as a color standard. The final shade is affected by, among other things: the species of wood, its natural coloration, absorption and thickness of the applied layers of stain, varnish or other agents intended for this purpose.