SPACE CLEAR UV

SPACE CLEAR UV

Two-component gloss polyurethane varnish with outstanding flowing characteristics for brush or spray application on wooden boats. Formulated with UV filters for long term resistance in marine environment. Gives a clear gloss non yellowing finish recommended for a professional brush or spray finish. SPACE CLEAR UV is part of the SPACE TOP LINE, also including SPACE TOP enamel and a range of special additives helping product application in the most severe conditions.
Brand : SADIRA CLEANING PRODUCTS
Description
SURFACE PREPARATION AND APPLICATION PROCEDURE - New or restored bare Wood - - In order to obtain “closed-pore” smooth surface, apply two coats of POLIGLASS or SPACE CLEAR varnish diluted up to 50-100% (according to wood absorption). If the pores on the wood is coarse, a third coat, less diluted, may be required. Let dry for 12-16 hours, rub down with fine abrasive-paper and apply 2-3 coats of SPACE CLEAR UV allowing 24 hours between coats. - On the other hand, if a surface with “open-pore” is desired, apply a single coat of POLIGLASS or SPACE CLEAR UV thinned 50-100%, (according wood absorption). Let dry for 12-16 hours, rub down with fine abrasive-paper and apply 2-3 coats of SPACE CLEAR UV allowing the required waiting time between coats. Previously Varnished Wood - Test a small patch of the coated surface to verify if SPACE CLEAR UV is compatible with the old varnish and to make sure that the old coating is still in sound condition. - If the old coating is in good condition and compatible, sandpaper and overcoat with 2-3 coats of SPACE CLEAR UV allowing 24 hours between coats. - In the case of loose, powdery or non-compatible old varnish, it is recommended that the old varnish should be stripped completely down to bare wood with a paint-remover or by scraping and sandpapering. Then follow the application directions as suggested for bare wood. * Note: Overcoating after a minimum waiting period of 6-8 hours can only be of 2 coats (1+1), after which it is recommended to allow at least 24 hours before applying further coats of varnish. This is because the product (containing slow drying solvents) in order to provide an even flowing of the varnish film needs more time than conventional products to fully evaporate.