- Applies easily with a lambswool applicator (floors), China bristle brush, cloth or spray. Sanding is not necessary between coats for adhesion purposes.
- Waterlox Original Sealer/Finish is desigend as the sealer/primer and top coat portion of our finishing system which performs best over bare wood
- Apply all intended coats to a small, inconspicuous area or a scrap piece of wood from the project and allow to dry prior to applying to the entire surface
- Final color effect is always influenced by the grain, texture, porosity, species of wood, and by method of application
- Non-Toxic when dry
- Use on interior wood surfaces including floors, windows, doors, cabinetry, woodwork, tables, furniture, bar tops, picture frames, fly fishing rods, gun stocks, and various woodworking projects
- Coverage: For hardwood species we recommend 3 coats of Waterlox Original Sealer/Finish. For softwood species such as pine, fir or cherry, apply 4 coats of the Waterlox Original Sealer/Finish.
- For best results, apply all coats liberally at approximately 500 square feet per gallon per coat. No thinning necessary.
- Clean application tools immediately with mineral spirits or turpentine
- Exceptional adhesion to oily, dense, exotic woods like teak, rosewood (other than Cocobolo), and Ipe
- Use on porous interior surfaces such as slate, brick, stone, tile, linoleum or cement to seal and prevent chalking and dusting*.
- For exterior projects as a sealer only, use 1-2 coats to prime, followed by 2 coats of Marine Finish
- Same product as Waterlox Original Marine Sealer
- VOC 614 g/L
*Apply all intended coats to a small, inconspicuous area or a scrap piece of wood from the project and allow to dry prior to applying to the entire surface. Final color effect is always influenced by the grain, texture, porosity, species of wood, and by method of application.
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This stuff produces a nice shiny finish, but if you don't use it quickly it turns to jelly in the can. Bought in April, used about 1/3 of the can and in October it is jelly and going in the trash.