Terrace oil Exclusive
For basic treatment and maintenance of new and previously oil treated wooden terraces. Can be used on all types of wood.
- Extremely durable and weather resistant
- Quick-drying and good penetration capability
- Preserves the glow of the wood and exposes the grounds
- UV filter that protects against the sun bleaching rays
- Can be used on all types of wood
1: Both new and old wooden terraces must be cleaned with Trip Trap Furniture and Terrace before oiling.
2: The wood must then dry at least 24 hours so that the moisture does not exceed 15%. Possibly. wood seal is removed with fine sandpaper grain 120.
3: Treatment should only be performed in dry weather. Avoid direct sunlight and strong heat.
4: The oil is thoroughly stirred before and during use.
5: Apply the oil with a brush in an evenly thin layer. Begin with the wood's end faces. It may take a few minutes before the tree begins to look oiled, as the water must first evaporate.
6: Any excess oil should be removed with clean cotton cloths after 5 minutes. Pay particular attention to removing excess oil in joints and crevices.
7: Points 5 and 6 may be possible. is carried out again if the surface does not work saturated with oil.
8: Depending on weather and temperature, 24 to 48 hours will pass before the oil is cured. During this period, the wood must not be exposed to water.
9: Note: Colored patio oil may have slight spillage during the first days depending on wind and weather.
It is recommended to repeat the oil treatment approx. 1-2 times a year or as needed. Before applying, clean the wood with Trip Trap Furniture and Terraces and follow the points during basic treatment.
Declaration: Cobalt salt, Propiconazole (fungicide). May be an unresolved allergic reaction.
Physical state: Liquid.
Flash point:> 100
Cured: Approx. 48 hours.
Colors: Available in 5 color variants - Nature, Teak, Larch, Nyatoh and Black
Drying time: Approx. 24 hours.
Tools: Brush, paint roller, oil applicator, cotton cloths and possibly. sandpaper.
Tools cleaned with: Clean with water and soap.
Disposal: Empty packaging is disposed of as a daily refuse. Product residues are handed over to the municipal receiving station for chemical waste.
Shelf life: 3 years
Packaging: 2.5 and 5 liters of metal bucket.
MAL code (1993): 00-1.
Pr. No .: During review.
Storage: Should be stored dry and frost-free, not in direct sunlight and not at high temperature.