Opulence Interior PU
Opulence Interior PU is an acrylic based 2 pack polyurethane clear wood coating. It forms and tough, non-yellowing film that accentuate the nature beauty of interior wooden surface.
AREA OF USAGE
Opulence interior is the perfect solution for light and dark colored commercial and household furniture, wall panels, kitchen cabinets, doors, windows, Table tops, Bar tops, music instruments, sports goods, and other interior wood surfaces that require a hard durable finish.
- DURABILITY – It forms a tough yet flexible film which resists cracking even at curved edges. Further its special chemistry imparts it good heat, stain and chemical resistance properties.
- SUPERIOR GLOSS RETENTION – Opulence Interior Forms a clear non yellowing coat on your wooden interi-ors which accentuates their beauty for a long duration.
- RESISTANCE – Opulence has high gloss, stain and heat resistance when compared to conventional wood finishes.
- FILM FLEXIBILITY – Opulence forms and extremely flexible film on the surface of wood which resists crackingeven on the curved edges.
Types of Finish
80-100 Sq ft/L/Coat
**coverage may vary based on the type of wood used and the application methodology
@30 c and 60% RH
10 – 15 minutes
8 -12 Hours
|Application Method-Basecoat Sealer||Thinner||No.of coats||Re-coating Time||Sanding*|
Air Assisted Airless, HVLP
|20-30% PU Thinner D-63||2||8-12 Hours (not exceed 72 hrs)||320 / 400|
Sand between the coats with 320 emery paper to denib the wood hair. Dust off with dry cloth. This removes upstanding wood fiber ends and dust particles which could draw moisture in behind the film and shorten the life of the coating.
|Application Method-Topcoat Glossy / Matt||Thinner||No.of coats||Re-coating Time||Sanding|
|Conventional, Airless, Air Assisted Airless, HVLP||20-30% NC Thinner D-63||1 – 2 coats||8-12 Hours (not exceed 72 hrs)||400 / 600|
HVLP GUNS – 1.2 mm – 1.4mm tip 8-10 psi (output) CONVENTIONAL GUNS – 1.2mm – 1.6mm tip 40-50 psi
FILLER: If required use Sheenlac NC or WB Timber filler. Remove the excess using 220 grit Emery paper and wipe-out the dust with dry cloth.
All wood surfaces must be clean, firm and dry. Remove any oil, grease, mortar droppings, etc
Sand in the direction of the grain, to a smooth finish with 150 followed by 220 grit paper. Remove dust with a damp cloth
PREVIOUSLY VARNISHED WOOD IN GOOD CONDITION
Sand to obtain a smooth surface using 150 grit emery paper. Remove all sanding dust using a vacuum or cloth dampened with mineral spirits.
PREVIOUSLY VARNISHED WOOD IN POOR CONDITION
Strip completely by deep sanding or by using Sheenlac Paint Remover. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Deep sand to until there is no evidence of any residue. Remove dust with a damp cloth.