Developed specifically for professional flooring contractors, Resene ProSelect Sun Block is an additive to reduce photo oxidation caused by UV radiation on light coloured timber. Note: Does not stop lightening of darker timber species.
|Material type:||UV light absorbing additive|
|Pigmentation:||None – Slight Yellow tone|
|Finish:||Suitable for use in all ProSelect finishes|
|Pot Life:||Does NOT affect Pot Life|
|Dose Rate:||Up to 25 mL per Litre of Mixed Product|
|Usual no. of coats:||Add to at least two coats of the applied system|
For use by experienced professional applicators only.
Mix into Resene ProSelect Base when required at any time. Ensure thorough mixing. Mechanical stir. Do not shake.
Ensure at least two coats of the applied system have Sun Block added to them.
Dose Rate: Up to 25 mL per L of mixed product.
Wipe up any excess before cleaning with soapy water.
Consult the Safety Data Sheet and can labels for this product prior to use. Users should ensure that they are familiar with all aspects concerning safe use of the product. IF IN DOUBT DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT.
Do not allow to freeze. Temperature during transport and or storage is required to be >5°C and <25°C.
Refer to www.resene.com/proselect or the Resene ProSelect Technical Data Booklet for more detailed information.
This is not a specification and all of the information is given in good faith. Since conditions of use are beyond the control of the manufacturer, information herein is without warranty, implied or otherwise, and final determination of the suitability of any information or material for the use contemplated, the manner of use is the sole responsibility of the user. The manufacturer does not assume any liability in connection with the use of the product relative to coverage, performance or injury.
15 August 2017
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