Manual 13263523

Manual 13263523
Interior Stain
Sadolin Interior Stain contains UV filters to minimise colour fading from the discolouring effects of
sunlight and a tough durable finish to guard against everyday wear and tear. Unlike other interior
stains, it doesn’t require overcoating with varnish.
Sadolin Interior Stain is suitable for interior wood and trim including skirtings, cills, panelling,
shelving, banisters and most other interior wood.
If used on flooring, we would recommend over coating with Sadolin Extra Durable Floor Varnish.
Properties
Composition
Coating System
Finish
Recommended Application
Rate
Minimum Wet Film
Thickness
Dry Film Thickness
Drying Time @20ºC/65%RH
Volume Solids
VOC Content
Flash Point
Colour Range
Acrylic resin, pigments and UV filters dispersed in water.
2 or 3 coats of Interior Stain on bare timber depending on the depth of colour and sheen level required.
Satin sheen depending on the absorption of the timber.
Up to 15m² per litre on smooth planed timber.
This figure is intended as a guide. The actual coverage will depend on a number of factors, including timber species,
surface condition, moisture content, method of application and climatic conditions during application.
Approximately 71 micrometres @ 14m² per litre on non-absorbent surfaces.
Approximately 23 micrometres @ 14m² per litre
Touch dry : 1-2 hours.
Recoatable : 2-4 hours.
Note: Drying times are dependent upon absorption of substrate and drying conditions. At low temperatures and / or
conditions of high relative humidity, drying times will be extended.
Approximately 32%.
EU limit value for this product (cat. A/ e) : 130 g/l (2010).
This product contains max 129 g/l VOC.
Not applicable.
6 standard colours.
Container Size
Sadolin Interior Stain is available in 750ml containers.
General Information
The following information is provided for guidance purposes, sample specifications for all Sadolin woodcare finishes
are available on the Sadolin website (www.sadolin.co.uk).
All products should be applied in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, BS 6150: 2006 and BS 8000: Part
1: 1989.
Crown Paints are unable to guarantee results as we have no control over the conditions under which products are
applied.
Preparation
General
Timber surfaces must be suitably prepared, clean, sound and dry. The moisture content should not exceed 14% prior
to coating. “Knotting agents” should not be used with Sadolin woodstain systems.
Fillers specifically designed for use with timber such as the Sadolin woodfillers should be used for making good any
minor surface defects, imperfections and open joints etc. General or All Purpose fillers are not suitable.
Surfaces should be carefully denibbed between coats using a fine grade nylon abrasive pad or fine grade (P240 or
finer) wet or dry silicone carbide abrasive paper, in the direction of the grain. Do not break through the surface
coating. Remove all dust.
New Timber
Existing Coatings
Only use non - ferrous screws, nails and fixings.
Resinous deposits should be removed with a scraper. Remove any remaining residues and degrease any exposed
bare timber surface by wiping with a clean, lint free cloth, dampened with methylated spirits, frequently changing the
face of the cloth. Allow solvent to fully evaporate before overcoating. Lightly abrade along the grain using a suitable
abrasive paper taking care not to damage or scratch the timber surface. Remove all dust.
Interior Stain is not suitable for use on surfaces where a higher build finishes (such as varnish & woodstains) have
been used previously. In such cases, all previous coatings should be removed completely and the surfaces treated as
‘New Timber’. Existing low build stain finishes such as Sadolin Classic may be suitable for overcoating with Sadolin
Interior Stain although compatibility with respect to adhesion and colour should be ensured before full application
commences.
Crown Paints, P O Box 37, Hollins Road, Darwen, Lancashire, BB3 0BG, U.K.
Tel: 0844 7708 998 Website: www.sadolin.co.uk Email: [email protected]
Application
Conditions
Initial Procedure
Applying the Product
Maintenance
Cleaning Equipment
Storage
Do not apply when air/substrate temperatures are below 8°C or above 25°C, or if the relative humidity is above 80%
during application or drying periods. Protect from water until dry. Failure to meet these requirements may adversely
affect the drying, visual quality and durability of the finish.
Ensure product is thoroughly stirred before and during application, otherwise sheen and colour variations may be
experienced.
Sadolin Interior Stain is supplied ready for use and does not require thinning. However, on particularly porous
surfaces, large surfaces, and panelled doors, in order to aid application, the first coat may be thinned up to 50% with
clean water.
Sadolin Interior Stain should be applied in full flowing coats following the direction of the grain, ensuring all surfaces
and end grains are fully coated. For best results use a good quality, synthetic fibre bristle brush specifically designed
for the application of water borne products. Following surface preparation in accordance with the manufacturers
recommendations, finish with 1 or more full coats (depending on the depth of colour required) of Sadolin Interior
Stain allowing a minimum of 2-4 hours drying between coats. Avoid over brushing as this will cause brush marks and
result in a poor quality finish.
Water borne products can often lead to raised grain on some timber surfaces causing them to feel rough to the touch.
It is possible to reduce the occurrence of ‘grain raising’ by wiping the timber surface with a damp cloth, allowing to dry
and the ‘de-nibbing’ the surface prior to the application of the first coat of the Interior Stain. Denib using a fine grade
nylon abrasive pad or a fine grade (P240 or finer) wet or dry silicone carbide abrasive paper in the direction of the
grain. Do not break through the surface coating. Remove all dust.
All subsequent coatings should be applied as soon as possible after the previous coat has fully dried.
Remove any defective coatings. Organic growths must be removed and infected surfaces should be treated with a
suitable fungicidal solution. Remaining sound surfaces should be cleaned using a warm water and mild detergent and
rinsed thoroughly with clean water. Allow to fully dry. Lightly abrade with a fine grade (P240 or finer) wet or dry
silicone carbide or similar abrasive paper in the direction of the grain. Remove all dust. Any bare timber should be
patch primed with one coat of Sadolin Interior Stain in a similar shade to existing colour. Bring forward with
additional coats as required in order to achieve an even, uniform colour. Finish with 1 or 2 coats of Sadolin Interior
Stain as required.
Clean brushes and equipment with warm, soapy water and rinse with clean water immediately after use. If spilled,
Sadolin Interior Stain should be removed immediately while still wet, using clean water.
Ensure this pack is stored upright and secure at all times. Crown Paints Limited cannot accept liability for damage
caused by spillage. Do not store below 5°C or above 40°C.
Relevant Standards
BS 6150: 2006 - Code of practice for painting of buildings.
BS 8000: Part 12 : 1989 - Workmanship on building sites. Code of practice for decorative wallcoverings and painting.
Information on British Standards can be obtained from the British Standards Institute, tel: 0208 996 9001.
Health, Safety and the
Environment
It is the policy of Crown Paints to provide the highest standard of safety, health and environmental advice and
information. To this end, material safety data sheets covering every product are supplied to our customers and are
freely available to users on request, by contacting us on the number given below. The safety phrases on the
containers and material safety data sheets should be read before using this product.
Removal of lead paint. Take special precautions during the surface preparation of pre 1960’s painted surfaces as
they may contain harmful lead. Remove all such coating materials in accordance with the appropriate legislation. A
guide on “How to remove old lead paint safely” is available via the British Coatings Federation Ltd. (Tel. 01372
360660).
Surface Preparation and Applications. Treatments such as sanding and burning off, etc. of paint films may
generate hazardous dust and/or fumes. Work in well ventilated areas. Use suitable personal respiratory equipment
together with any other Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) as necessary.
Environment --- Crown Paints are committed to achieving the highest standards of health and safety at work and to
minimising any impact our operations and products may have on the quality of the environment. We will provide such
information as is necessary to customers to ensure so far as is reasonably practicable that our products can be used,
transported, stored and disposed of safely without risk to health or the environment.
It is recommended that any waste material be taken to a household waste disposal site provided by your Local
Authority. Do not empty waste materials into drains, watercourses or access routes to septic tanks.
Customer Service details For help or more information contact our Customer Relations Team on 0844 7708 998.
Before using this product please ensure you have the latest information.
The above information is correct at the date of issue, Dec 2012.
Crown Paints, P O Box 37, Hollins Road, Darwen, Lancashire, BB3 0BG, U.K.
Tel: 0844 7708 998 Website: www.sadolin.co.uk Email: [email protected]
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