Beam and carpentry wood stain LPC500 - All Woods (Oak, Douglas, ...)
Beam and carpentry wood stain LPC500 is a colourless, water-based stains that protects and preserves the natural appearance of wooden beams and frameworks. Intended for the protection of beams and frames, Anova Bois' Beam & Frame Stain, Colourless, based on polyurethane resin, effectively protects your wood (such as oak) from stains, water and scratches. Available in 1, 2 or 5 L.
Beam and carpentry wood stain LPC500 is ideal for protecting wooden beams and wooden frameworks such as oak. Formulated with a water-based resin, this colourless stain will provide long-lasting protection for your wood. Available in a matt or gloss finish, this woodstain is formulated in aqueous phase, without volatile solvents (air quality A+) and is perfectly adapted for indoor use. Giving great resistance to rubbing, water and stains, Poutre & Charpente woodstain is washable and easy to maintain.
BENEFITS OF WOOD STAIN
Colourless, preserves the natural appearance of the wood
Choice of matt or glossy finish
Interior wood stain specially designed for beams & frames
Excellent scratch resistance
Washable, easy to clean
Suitable for the protection of oak beams
High application comfort
Values the nature of the wood
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF Beam And Carpentry Wood Stain LPC500
PREPARE THE WOOD
To protect interior wooden beams, the wood must be clean, dry (humidity <10%), dust-free and without traces of old finishes.
Strip or sand down to the raw wood if necessary and vacuum carefully.
USE OF Beam And Carpentry Wood Stain LPC500
Beam And Carpentry Wood Stain LPC500 is a ready-to-use product, it is not necessary to dilute it, however it must be stirred before application for a good dispersion of the pigments.
Apply the wood stain in the direction of the wood grain using a brush, spalter or roller (short bristles) in 1 to 2 regular and filled coats.
Do not apply in ambient temperatures below +12°C (53,6F) or above +35°C (95F).
We recommend allowing a minimum of 2 hours drying time between coats, but do not allow more than 24 hours drying time.
We recommend a light gritting, or sanding, of the wood with fine abrasive paper (120 grit) after the first coat of Beam And Carpentry Wood Stain LPC500 has been applied.
Dust carefully before applying the next coat to the wood.
Complete hardening is achieved after several days, so be careful and take a few precautions in the first few days. (do not cover, do not wet, do not scratch...).
MAINTAIN ITS WOODEN BEAMS AND FRAMES
MAINTAINING WOODEN BEAMS AND FRAMES
- Routine maintenance can be carried out with a damp sponge and a Black Soap.
RENOVATE WOODEN BEAMS AND FRAMES
- After a light sanding of the surface, apply the same product in one coat on the most stressed substrates.
PRECAUTIONS AFTER APPLICATION OF THE WOOD STAIN
The complete hardening of the beam stain is achieved after a few days, it is important to take a few precautions during the first few days:
Do not cover the beam or frame.
Do not use impregnated textiles to remove dust from the beam or frame.
To appreciate the final result, first test the Beam and carpentry wood stain LPC500 on a fall or an inconspicuous area. To get an idea, you can consult the
On tannic and exotic woods, prepare the beams or frames with the Anti-Tanins Primer PAT400
On other types of wood, prepare the beams or frames with the Pore Filler Primer BP400.
Beams and frames have the role of pillars in houses and chalets made of wood. It is therefore necessary to protect them effectively and durably. And this is where stain comes into play, the beam & frame stain that we offer is a product adapted to this rather special support. Often composed of oak wood, beams and frames can still be personalised and coloured to offer a more original and warm side. It is also possible to protect them while keeping their rustic and natural look by using a matt finish and a transparent (or colourless) colour.
- Application support
- Beams and frames
- Types of wood
- All kinds
- Available Colours
- Satin-matt, glossy
- Number of coats
- 1 to 2 coats
- 10 to 15 m²/L per coat
- Drying time
- 2 hours
- Necessary Tools
- Brush, Spalter (wide brush) or roller
- Cleaning of tools
- Product Composition
- Polyurethane resin in aqueous phase
- Useful for...
- Protect from household usage, maintain a beautiful natural look and make maintenance easier
Customers who bought this product also bought: