Epifanes Woodfinish Gloss 500ml, WFG.500
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Epifanes Woodfinish Gloss 500ml (WFG.500) offers deep high gloss beauty with outstanding U.V. protection for oily, resinous woods such as teak, iroco and other fine hardwoods.
Woodfinish Gloss is a high build coating and offers a hard varnish-like finish without sanding between coats! The perfect alternative to traditional varnish as it eliminates sanding if re-coated within 72 hours.
Offers excellent flow, high gloss, durability, highly flexibility and water-resistant in all weather conditions. Identical in high gloss to Epifanes Gloss Varnish in a clear amber color.
Made from phenolic based resins, tung oil, and UV inhibitors, it builds quickly for a high gloss finish with long lasting beauty. Formulated for extraordinary protection, even in tropical climates, Epifanes Woodfinish Gloss is also recommended as a sealer and filler for wood.
Reduce with Epifanes Brush Thinner or Spray Thinner if necessary.
Available in 500 ml or 1000 ml sizes. Also available in Woodfinish Matte.
Features and Benefits:
- Ultra high gloss finish with outstanding U.V. protection
- Use on Teak and other find hardwoods
- Eliminates sanding between coats!
- Super flow for easy application
- Excellent flexibility, water resistance and weather durability in all climates, even tropical
- High build capacity
- Compatible over most existing varnishes
|Type||One-component varnish alternative based on phenolic-modified alkyd resins and tung oil with microscopic porosity properties.|
|Color||Opaque in the can. Light milky color after steering, but dries up clear.|
|Gloss||Ultra high gloss|
|Recommended Uses||Specifically formulated for oily woods like teak and iroco. For long lasting protection of all marine or household woods. Interior and exterior wood above the waterline.|
|Film Characteristics||Superior flow, gloss and durability. Excellent flexibility and water resistance in all climatic conditions. High build capability. Offers excellent adhesion to oily woods, especially teak. If recoated within 72 hours, does not require sanding.|
|Container Size||500 ml, 1000 ml|
|Solids Content||50 +/- 2 vol. %|
|Recommended Film Thickness||Per coat wet - 50 micron
Per coat dry - 30 micron
|Application||Brush, roller, conventional air spray, H.V.L.P., airless.|
|Drying times at 65F / 65% RH||Tack free - 2 hours Tape free - 24 hours
Dry - 24 hours Recoatable - 24 hours
|Spray Application||Conventional air: Thin as needed up to 15% with Epifanes Spray Thinner for Paint & Varnish. Spray viscosity 18 - 22 seconds Din Cup 4, 14 - 18 seconds Ford Cup 4. Nozzle 1.5 mm. - 1.8 mm. Pressure 2 - 3 Bar.|
|Additives||Epifanes Accelerator, Epifanes Retarder|
|Application Conditions||Temperature should be between 50F. and 85F. during application. Air humidity below 85%. Avoid varnishing in too much wind or sun. A rapid loss of solvents will occur under these conditions and will decrease the flowing ability. Add thinner up to the specified percentage to compensate for the faster release of solvents. Epifanes Wood Finish Gloss is compatible with most other types of one-component alkyd or urethane based varnishes and over two-component varnishes. Any existing finish must be intact, degreased and sanded prior to recoating.|
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Surface Prep and Application Info:
Oily resinous tropical wood like teak, contains substances that may cause problems during and after finishing. i.e. slow drying or poor adhesion. These problems may be overcome by thorough and correct preparation and by the correct use of this product. Ensure that the wood is dry. Degrease the wood thoroughly with Epifanes Spray Thinner For Paint & Varnish or denatured alcohol. Do not use water. Sand the bare wood to a fresh surface with 60 - 80 grit dry abrasive paper with the grain of the wood. A block may be used to assist in fairing the surface. Finish sand with 100 - 120 grit dry abrasive paper. For oily woods, finish sand to 220 grit dry abrasive paper. Brush application with a good quality, clean, natural bristle brush will give good results. Try an Epifanes brush for the ultimate varnishing experience.
If the existing coats of Wood Finish gloss are intact and only a degrease of gloss is noticed, one or more coats may be applied on a well cleaned, degreased and sanded surface. Prepare the surface with 320 grit wet or dry abrasive paper. For the annual maintenance of Wood Finish Gloss over non-oily woods, apply a minimum of one or two coats, on a well cleaned, degreased and sanded surface.