Sissons Floor Dressing is a polyurethane-based transparent plastic coating which gives an impressive finish on interior wooden surfaces. Its exceptionally hard wearing properties makes it the ideal finish for parquet floors. It is also suitable as a general purpose varnish for use on all interior wooden fitting and furniture, be it as a new coating or for redecoration.
Sissons Floor Dressing is available in Glossy or Satin finish.
Adequate surface preparation should be carried out before application. Ensure surfaces to be painted are dry, clean and free from loose or peeling parts, grease, wax or other contaminants.
Wooden surfaces should be smoothened by using a plane and/or sandpaper then dusted-off clean before paint application.
For redecoration, ensure that the previous coating is in good condition and is compatible to be overcoated with Sissons Floor Dressing. Slightly abrade the area to be re-painted with fine grit sandpaper then dust-off clean before painting to maximise adhesion and durability properties. Otherwise remove the previous coating via chemical or mechanical means then treat as per new surface
NOTE: If chemical means was used, re-clean and ensure no traces of it remain on the substrate before painting.
2 – 3 coats of Sissons Floor Dressing Glossy or Sissons Floor Dressing Satin
When painting, adhere to the abovementioned recommended spreading rate as much as possible. Avoid applying too thick per coat as this may adversely affect the drying process. Several thin coats will always give a better result than a single thick coat.
|Up to 16.4 square meters per litre per coat
Expected Practical Coverage
Based on 25% Loss Factor
|Up to 12.3 square meters per litre per coat
Actual spreading rate will vary due to factors such as method and condition of application e.g. surface profile, absorption or roughness.
Brush, Conventional Spray. Ensure that the paint is thoroughly stirred before use, especially for Floor Dressing Satin, in order to avoid discrepancies in drying rates or gloss level.
|Ready for use as supplied.
|Dilute with 5 – 10% of Thinner by volume
|2 – 3 hours
|8 – 10 hours
|After 12 hours (if ventilation is poor, recoating should only be done after16 hours).
Clean all equipment with suitable cleaning thinner immediately after use.