Epifanes Rapidcoat, RC.750
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Epifanes Rapidcoat (RC.750) offers quick and easy wood protection without the hassle of sanding between coats!
Almost identical to it’s companion product, Rapidclear, the only difference is Rapidcoat is slightly tinted to offer a rich warm satin finish.
Rapidcoat is a one-component wood finish based on modified alkyd/urethane resin.
Use for renewing weathered areas prior to applying a varnish system or as a full system for those requiring a quick and easy semi-gloss finish with maximum durability, U.V. protection and longevity.
Rapid coat provides an enhancing coat that bonds extremely well to teak and other oily woods, preventing discoloration and emphasizing the natural grain of the wood. It has great water resistance and flexibility.
Only four to five coats need to be applied under most conditions and Rapidcoat can be applied every 5-6 hours. Maintenance is easy. Simply clean the surface and re-apply when needed.
Available in 750 ml size.
Features and Benefits:
- Slightly tinted warm and rich color finish
- Quick & easy wood protection with no sanding between coats!
- Recoat in only 5-6 hours
- Use as enhancing coat to renew weathered areas and improve bonding prior to applying other varnish systems
- Use alone as a full system for a quick & easy semi-gloss finish with maximum durability, U.V. protection & longevity
- Great flexibility and water resistance
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Surface Prep and Application Info:
Bare wood must be clean, dry, free of grease, etc. Degrease with Epifanes Brush Thinner for Varnish & Paint or denatured alcohol. Wiping down with mineral or white spirits is not recommended as it may leave an oily finish. Do not use water. Sand bare wood with 60 to 80 grit dry sandpaper with the grain of the wood. A sanding block may be used to assist in the fairing of the surface. Finish sand with 100 to 120 grit dry sandpaper. Brush application with a quality brush will leave good results. Foam brushes are convenient for small touch-up jobs but not recommended for larger projects. "Roll & Tip" is a great method for flat areas; use a 3" to 4" foam roller and quality bristle brush is the best combination.
Maintenance is easy. Simply clean the surface and re-apply when needed. One or two coats is recommended each season.