crystal clear lacquer
crystal clear satin and gloss finish
hard and durable, crystal clear, cross linked protection - fast drying, it protects a wide range of surfaces
This high quality cross linked lacquer dries to a hard, crystal clear satin or high gloss film, with extremely good sanding properties and is specially formulated to bond to a wide range of surfaces.
SKU : VLG100
Price range : £3.11 to £55.53
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at a glance product info
- water resistant
- stain resistant
- abrasion resistant
- heat resistant
- quick drying
- nano technology
- water wash up
- food and child safe
non-porous surfaces • metal surfaces • laminate • timber surfaces • tile • ceramic • glass • plastics
available in: 100ml • 500ml • 1 litre • 4 litre
drying time: 1-2 hours • recoat time: 4 hours • coverage: 15-20 square metres per litre
application and advice
All surfaces must be clean and free from dust, dirt, oil/resins and contamination.
Ensure the product is well mixed but do not shake. Use a good quality synthetic varnish brush and apply evenly using light brush strokes. Apply the first coat, to prime porous surfaces, dilute with 10% water. and allow to dry. Apply one or two further coats.
It can also be used as a multi surface primer.
Always apply to a test area before starting work. Do not apply over uncured oil based paint. When applied over emulsion/latex paint, it is possible that the lacquer can draw certain stains through the paint, which would not otherwise be visible.
Protect from extremes of temperature during storage and application.
health, safety and the environment
Non-hazardous. Ensure good ventilation.
Keep out of reach of children.
Contact with eyes - wash immediately with warm water.
Remove excess from tools and mixing vessels before washing in warm soapy water.
Do not empty into drains or watercourses.
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