AFM Safecoat Durotone
Safecoat DuroTone is a fast curing, low odor, semi-transparent, interior wood stain using very low VOCs and no aromatic solvents, formaldehyde, UV inhibitors or hazardous air pollutants (HAPs).
USE: on a variety of wood projects, including furniture, trim, and floors.
PREPARATION: Wood surface should be cleaned of dirt, dust, grease, wax, silicone, soap and oil, and completely free of mold, mildew or fungus contamination. To avoid lapping and extend wet edge time over large areas, water dampen the wood surface just before applying DuroTone. Because of wide variations in the way different woods accept stain, we particularly recommend that users always test in small, inconspicuous areas for appearance and compatibility before applying to the entire surface.
APPLICATION: Before using, stir well, then apply as is stirring occasionally during use. Intermix (boxing) all containers of the same color to ensure uniformity before applying. Apply with the grain using a brush or pad applicator always keeping a wet edge. Note: these instructions are intended to be general only and not exhaustive. The applicator should determine what preparation and techniques are best suited to the specific surface.
COVERAGE: One pint of Safecoat DuroTone covers approximately 56 square feet in one coat depending on surface porosity and the intensity of the stain color desired. One gallon (available by special order, please contact us)covers approximately 450 square feet in one coat depending on surface porosity and desired intensity.
DRY/CURE TIME: Re-coatable after 2 hours in normal conditions. Normal conditions include a dry surface, access to fresh air flow, moderate humidity, and temperatures above 55 degrees F.
CLEAN-UP: Clean tools and equipment while they are still wet with a warm soapy water solution, such as Safecoat SuperClean.
Variations in wood species, tone and grain will affect color and finished appearance. We always recommending test application on your wood. Colors on screen and printout may not be accurate.