PERFECT FOR DOORS & WINDOWS
Opaque Wood Gloss Stain is a tough, durable, lightly satin-gloss, and microporous wood finish with unsurpassed durability. It has an extremely high solid content of 85%. This high content of permanent components results in high durability and pro- duct coverage.
Osmo Gloss Wood Stain is block-resistant and does not crack, peel, flake or blister. Therefore it is the ideal, professional coating for windows, doors and window sills. No sanding necessary, just simply re-coat; no primer needed. Easy and seamless application. Finish stays workable while coating. When dry, finish is safe for humans, animals and plants and is suitable for children's toys as per EN 71.3 (European norm) and is saliva-resistant and sweat proof according to DIN 53160 (German industrial norm).
- Extremely water-repellent, weather and UV-resistant
- Easy to spread and excellent coverage
- No sanding before re-application or touch-ups, just paint over!
- Microporous, breathable finish which does not crack, peel or flake
- Safe for animals and plants once dry
Osmo Opaque Gloss Wood Stain is especially suitable for all wood in indoor and outdoor areas. Ideal for coating or re-coating dimensionally stable elements, such as windows, window shutters and doors, as well as dimensionally unstable elements, such as roof soffits, fences, screens, pergolas, posts, garden pavilions, greenhouses and garden furniture.
Approximate coverage: 275 ft2/L with one coat.
Number of coats: 2
Application temperature: +40℉
Drying time: Approximately 10-12hrs.
Sizes: .375L, .750L, 2.5L
- Finished surface in 2 days, 2 coat
- First coat on the unfinished wood sanded to specification approximately 275 ft2/L per coat.
- Mistakes in the wet coating can be corrected up to 15 minutes after the first application.
- Drying time approximately 12 hours (normal climatic conditions, 72℉/50 % rel. humidity). Lower temperatures and/or higher humidity can increase drying time. Allow for good ventilation.
- Second coat approximately 275 ft2/L.
- Drying time approximately 12 hours; see point 3.