Tree composition BOR

The composition is intended for protective and decorative finishing of products from all types of wood used indoors, as well as in atmospheric conditions with additional coating with varnish. It is used for painting window blocks, doors, stairs, baseboards, furniture, wooden facades, fences, garden buildings, etc.

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It is a suspension of pigments in alkyd varnish with the addition of an organic solvent and special additives.
The composition is intended for protective and decorative finishing of products from all types of wood used indoors, as well as in atmospheric conditions with additional coating with varnish. It is used for painting window blocks, doors, stairs, baseboards, furniture, wooden facades, fences, garden buildings, etc.
It has good impregnating ability, protects wood from biological damage (blue, mold, rot, fungus), has excellent repelling properties of wood-borne insects, significantly prolongs the life of wooden products. Colorless composition allows you to preserve the natural appearance of wood for a long time, color compositions imitate valuable species of wood, preserving its natural texture. All colors can be mixed with each other, as well as lighten with a colorless composition "BOR". After drying, forms a matte surface resistant to short-term exposure to water.

Attention! Material consumption may vary depending on the type and degree preparedness the surface of the selected tool, the application conditions
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Primers are usually applied in a single layer,
finish coatings are recommended to be applied in 2 layers

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material with a margin of 10-20%





Specifications

Basis Alkyd
Colors Colorless, pine, oak, mahogany, kaluzhnitsa, walnut, alder, teak, ebony, rosewood, birch, mountain ash.
Drying Between applications – 2 hours. Complete drying – no more than 24 h. at (20±2)ºС.
Consumption Planed board – 60-90 g/m2. Sawn board – 90-120 g/m2.
Packing 0,7 kg, 2,5 kg, 8 kg, 16 kg
Shine Matt
Trading group Varnishes and impregnations
Trademark BOR
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