BASIC USES: COMPOSITION AND PROPERTIES: SIZES: FINISH: TECHNICAL DATA SURFACE PREPARATION: NEW SURFACES: PREVIOUSLY FINISHED SURFACES: METHOD OF APPLICATION: THINNING: COVERAGE: TECHNICAL DATA DIGEST TEAK SEALER Extremely durable clear plastic coating for wood surfaces such as cabinets, floors, furniture, doors and gym floors. It dries to a very hard and tough film with excellent resistance to wear, weather, water, oil, alcohol, chipping and marring. Do not use over lacquer, sanding sealers or shellac. | -gallon, quart, pint and half pint Clear Gloss All surfaces must be sound, clean, dry, free of oil, grease, mildew, wax and cracked or peeling varnish. Sand smooth. Fill open grain woods (oak, walnut, mahogany) with a wood filler. Sand smooth and remove all dust. Stain with the color desired. Seal with Teak Sealer Close grained woods (birch, maple, gum, pine, fir) may be stained without filling. Those in poor condition must be sanded or stripped to bare wood and finished as new wood. Sand surfaces in fair or good condition and dust clean. Apply one (1) or two (2) coats of varnish as needed. Sand lightly and remove all dust between coats. Brush, spray or roller (apply in thin, uniform coat). Normally no thinning is required. If required, use up to one (1) pint of mineral spirits per gallon. Approximately 650 sq. ft. per gallon on smooth sealed surfaces. DRY: CLEANUP: PRECAUTIONS: At 77 F and 50% R.H. dries to touch in 2-1/2 hours and hard in 4 hours. Allow at least 6 hours and preferably not more than 48 hours for recoating. Use mineral spirits. CAUTION! Combustible. Keep away from heat and open flame. Avoid prolonged contact with skin and breathing of vapor or spray mist. Close container after each use. Use with adequate ventilation. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
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