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Glaze

Oil Modified Polyurethane Finish

DESCRIPTION:
GLAZE is an extremely versatile finish recommended for use on all types of hardwood strip, block and mosaic floors. Also for softwood and cork.

GLAZE offers the following advantages to the specifier or user:

  • Very hard wearing finish
  • Extremely easy to apply
  • Available in Gloss or Satin finish
  • Excellent coverage
  • Offers excellent depth and natural colour enhancement to all types of wood
  • Good resistance to most common chemicals
  • Suitable for use in domestic, commercial and educational establishments

PREPARATION:

It is important that operatives are familiar with all procedures prior to commencing work. Ensure adequate ventilation at all times throughout procedure. Please note that grit grades are offered as a guide only. Operatives must ensure that a sufficient ‘key’ is created to enable good adhesion of the finish at any stage.

Surface to be finished should be clean and dry, free from dust and previous treatments, such as old polish. If history of solvent based wax is present, floor should ideally be machine sanded and then primed with one coat of BARRIER SEAL prior to overcoating. Please contact our office or your representative for advice.

New and refurbished wood floors should be final sanded with a suitable sandscreen disc or paper (normal conditions – 100 -150grit). Make dust free by vacuuming and ‘tack-rag’ method. For full preparation information, please see our relevant data sheet before commencing application of finish.

If any doubts exist as to compatibility, the surface should be machine sanded. For advice, please contact our office or your local representative.

APPLICATION:
Temperatures below 10°C during application will affect the quality and performance of the finish and should be avoided wherever possible. Similarly, extremely hot conditions will also affect performance. If any doubts exist as to the suitability of site conditions, please seek advice from our office or your representative before commencing work.

Apply Glaze with a Padco applicator and pad. The use of an applicator dish affords the maximum control of finish during application. Ensure finish is evenly applied at all times and that product coverage rates are observed. Work with the grain of the wood where applicable. Allow finish to dry for approximately 2 - 4 hours at 20°C Room Temperature/50% Relative Humidity before applying further coats. If surface is left longer than the stated drying time, i.e. overnight, it will be necessary to abrade the surface using a black floor pad or fine grade sandpaper to cut back any raised grain and form a ‘key’, prior to applying second and subsequent coats. Ensure maximum ventilation at all times to allow finish to harden.

FINISHING
Three coats of Glaze are recommended, dependent on usage.

SPECIFICATION:

DRYING TIME:
2 – 4 hours at 20C Room Temperature/50% Relative Humidity

RESUMED FLOOR Allow 48 hours after final application of finish before light traffic is permitted.

USAGE:

COVERAGE:
16 – 20 sq.m per 1 litre approximately. This coverage rate is offered as a guide only as surface porosity will vary.

PACK SIZE:
5 litre containers and 20 litre drum

SHELF LIFE: Unopened containers - 1 year from date of despatch

STORAGE: Store in a cool, dry place. Protect from frost. Temperatures below 10°C and

HANDLING: above 35°C should be avoided.

HEALTH & SAFETY:
For full health and safety information, please refer to our Material Health & Safety Data Sheet.

MAINTENANCE:
When cured (minimum of 5 days) the surface should be treated in accordance with our care and maintenance instructions, available upon request.

The information provided herein is correct to the best of our knowledge. No liability for any errors or opinions is accepted. You should satisfy yourself before applying any of the information contained herein to your particular circumstances. A.D.GODDARD can accept no responsibility for any loss as a result of any person placing reliance on any information contained herein.

A.D.GODDARD cannot accept any liability for any loss or damage arising from the use of the product if used in areas subjected to severe abrasion, i.e. broken glass or impact damage. Prospective users should therefore satisfy themselves by appropriate trials that the product to be used is suitable for the intended purpose.

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