Water-borne polyurethane-acrylate lacquer for interior use.
Suitable for priming, finishing and maintenance lacquering in interior surfaces. Also suitable for maintenance painting of previously painted wooden floors. Before application make sure Parketti-Ässä Floor Lacquer is suitable for the wooden surface to be treated by testing it on a small area.
Parquet and board floors and other interior sanded wooden surfaces which are subject to mild mechanical and chemical stress.
Available: Semi-matt, semi-gloss and gloss
Building material emission class
Brush application 7 - 10 m2/l.
Roller application 8 - 10 m2/l. (note! not gloss lacquer)
Felt trowel application 10 - 12 m2/l.
Steel trowel application 20 - 25 m2/l.
1 l, 5 l and 10 l
Semi-matt and semi-gloss: Brush, spatula or short-napped roller
Gloss: Brush or spatula
Thinning: If necessary thin with water
Drying time at 23°C and 50% relative air humidity
Drying times between applied coats are informed in directions for use. Ready to use after approx. 12 hours from previous coat. Avoid intense stress during the first two weeks. Avoid laying heavy articles and things which prevent drying - such as carpets – on the floor during the first week.
Good with all ordinary cleaning detergents, SFS 3755
Resists wiping with e.g. White Spirit, does not resist Thinner.
Approx. 30 %.
1.0 kg/l, ISO 2811
Protect from frost.
The wooden surface has to be dry and free from dirt, wax and grease.
The temperature of the air and surface should be at least +15ºC, and the relative humidity of the air 30 - 80 %.
Sand the floors in direction of wood texture or light from window (sanding paper n:o 100 or 120). Remove sanding dust carefully with vacuum cleaner.
Priming of sanded bare wooden floors:
Shake Parketti-Ässä Floor Lacquer thoroughly before starting and occasionally during application. Pour the lacquer on the floor and spread with a stainless steel trowel tightly in direction of the wood grains and texture. Allow to dry approx. 1 hour and if needed, sand matt (sanding paper n:o 150). Remove sanding dust carefully with a vacuum cleaner. Apply 1-2 steel trowel strokes with the Floor Lacquer. Allow the surface to dry 30-60 minutes between each layer.
Thinning: If necessary thin with water
Finishing lacquering of primed or stained floors:
Shake Parketti-Ässä Floor Lacquer thoroughly before starting and occasionally during application. Apply Parketti-Ässä Floor Lacquer 2-3 times using a flotex or mohair spatula or 1-2 times with a roller.(Note! No roller application for gloss lacquer).
Cleaning of tools
Clean tools with water. Tikkurila Pensselipesu (Tool Cleaner) is recommended when cleaning hardened lacquer from the brush.
Maintenance lacquering: Industrially treated or previously lacquered/painted parquet and wooden floors:
Shake Parketti-Ässä Floor Lacquer thoroughly before starting and occasionally during application. Clean the slightly worn wooden floor from dirt, wax and grease. Sand down surfaces in poor condition to bare wood and apply lacquer like instructed above. Sand the surface matt with a grinding machine (sanding paper n:o 120 or 150). Remove sanding dust carefully with a vacuum cleaner and wipe the surface with a damp, lint-free and clean cloth. Before lacquering, check the suitability of Parketti-Ässä on previously treated floors by lacquering a small test area. Apply Parketti-Ässä Floor Lacquer 2-3 times using a flotex or mohair spatula or 1-2 times with a roller. (Note! No roller application for gloss lacquer).
Uneven wooden floors:
Shake Parketti-Ässä Floor Lacquer thoroughly before starting and occasionally during application. Uneven wooden floors are lacquered using a brush. First apply a thin layer and allow to dry at least 1 hour. Continue few boards at a time according to wood grains.
Spread the lacquer evenly, avoid rubbing circular movements. Sand the surface and remove sanding dust carefully. Apply the second layer and allow to dry approx. 3 hours before applying the third layer. The third layer should be thick.