Timbakote Timber Pro Rustic
Timbakote Timber Pro Rustic is a tough acrylic water based coatings system designed for New Zealand's harsh conditions. The Timber Pro Rustic coating system gives excellent adhesion to timber, fibre cement and concrete substrates. Timber Pro Rustic is eco-freindly and approved by Environmental Choice New Zealand. Available in a wide range of popular colours.
Exposed Timber (greater then one week), remove any contamination; loose timber fibres and treat with sugar soap solution Complete as per new timber.
Previously oiled or stained timber: remove all poorly adhering coatings, sand and treat with a sugar soap solution . Complete as per new timber.
Fibre Cement Weatherboards and Concrete Should be clean and surfaces dry, free from contaminants.
Apply 1 coat of Timbakote Rustic Basecoat with a good quality paintbrush, applicator pad, roller or spray.
Allow up to 2 hours for Timbakote Rustic Basecoat to dry.
Apply 2-3 coats of Timbakote Timber Pro topcoat to achieve the desired timber colour. Do not over spread, as achieving the correct film build is important to the life of semi-transparent coatings.
Thinning is not generally recommended, as it can be detrimental to the coatings performance. The addition of 50mils of water per litre may be required in hot weather or when coating absorbent surfaces.
Timber Dressed 7 - 12 sqm per litre
Fibre Cement Weatherboards 7 - 12 sqm per litre
Moderately irritating to eyes- wear splash proof goggles to protect eyes. Flush eyes immediately with plenty of water if coating splashes to the eyes occur. If discomfort persists seek medical attention. Keep out of children's reach. Ingestion; Give 1-3 cups of water and seek medical attention.
Every care is taken to ensure that the information provided in this data sheet is accurate. Timbakote Ltd is unable to guarantee results as it has no control over the conditions under which products are applied, the substrate or the application. The customer has to determine the suitability of the delivered products or information for its intended purpose.