Resistant to heel impact and wear and tear- High resistance Ð 60% the hardness of glass- Stain and water resistant- 2 coats in one day- Low odour- Endorsed by the Guild of Master Craftsmen- Usage : Interior
Sand the floor if required and remove all previous finishes. Ensure the surface is clean, dry and dust free. If you want to colour the wood you can apply Liberon Wood Floor Dye to the timber before varnishing. Liberon Wood Floor Dye is available in a range of wood shades.
Stir well before use. Apply High Resistance Varnish evenly with a brush or short hair roller. Allow to dry for a minimum of 6 hours before applying further coats, lightly sanding the surface between coats if required. We recommend a minimum of 3 coats are applied. More coats can be applied for a more durable finish or where foot traffic is particularly heavy. Allow the final coat of varnish a minimum of 24 hours drying time before using the floor.
Always test product on a spare surface or inconspicuous area for colour compatibility and end result. A wet surface will be an indication of the final colour.
Cleaning and maintenance
Wipe any spills immediately. For general maintenance wipe over with a damp mop or cloth using a mild detergent if required. If the surface shows signs of wear re-apply a coat of varnish or coat with Liberon Wood Floor Reviver.
Apply varnish plank by plank while facing the sunlight. Start in the corner of the room and work back towards the door. Ideal application conditions are between 12 and 25¡C.
Allow all wood dyes to dry for a minimum of 8 hours before applying High Resistance Varnish. The varnish may raise the grain on some hard woods and may darken some types of timber. To reduce the darkening of timber when using Liberon High Resistance Floor Varnish we recommend the use of Liberon Pre-varnish for wood floors.
750 ml = 10-12 m2
EU limit value for High Resistance Varnish (Cat A/I): 600 g/L (2007). High Resistance Varnish contains Max 538 g/L VOC.
6 hours between coats 24 final