Parquet lacquers – have the best resistance to wear, or everyday language – to wear. They are not resistant to the effects of sun, rain, not willing to strong temperature variations. But in the case of a fall on the floor various household items coating compositions based on such an honor to stand the test. Produced types of parquet lacquers, which are composed of polyurethane resin coating to give elasticity. This addition allows withstand seasonal or age-related strain of the tree and at the same time helps to avoid cracking of the wood surface. Abbreviations used (for domestic varnishes): AC – alkyd, acrylic, AK – polyacrylic, AU – Alkyd-urethane, BT – Bituminous, VA – polyvinyl acetate, GF – glyptal (used to produce primers GF-021), MA – oil, MCH – Urea, NC – nitrocellulose, diluted with solvent 646, PE – polyester, PF – pentaphthalic, SD – Polyurethane, HV – perchlorovinyl, FL – epoxy, EF – epoksiefirnye. In addition, one of the characteristics of a gloss varnish to%.
Gloss varnish has glitter – 80-90%, semi-gloss – 40-50%, 10-15% Honed. Tips: – To cover with varnish floors, which are in use will be subject to heavy load, it is better to use polyurethane varnish. They are more resistant when compared with acrylic or alkyd. – To avoid loss of color and all sorts of troubles related to color the surface, which may occur over time, we recommend you first soak the work surface antiseptic, and other protective compounds before applying the lacquer itself. – The application of additional layers of coating gives better resistance to external influences. So it is better to apply two or three thin coats than one thick.
– The surface, and it is very important to be 100% dry, flat, buffed from grease recommended by the solvent. The surface should be dust and dirt. – For the best quality and smooth coating to use polishing. The first layer of varnish can be sanded grit abrasive sandpaper fine. This will improve the quality of adhesion to subsequent layers. – Remember that many lakes, including two-component, are toxic! Before applying please read the instructions and, if necessary – use personal protective equipment: rubber gloves, respirators and goggles. To varnish and paint in a closed unventilated room is dangerous!