Eucatex

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The best option for treating, dyeing and restoring worn out woods

The Eucatex Restoring Varnish treats, dyes and restores old woods or those which have been worn by exposure to the sun and rain. Indicated for external and internal surfaces, it offers excellent protection and a fine finishing.

Its differentiated formulation contains solar screen protection and fungicidal action (anti-mould) which ensure high durability and excellent resistance, renewing the appearance of woods.

Gloss finishing

Composition

Alkyd resin modified with polyurethane, solvents of the aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbon type, organometallic dryers, transparent pigments absorbing ultraviolet rays and additives. It does not contain benzene and heavy metals. This product is classified according to standard NBR 11.702 of the ABNT (Brazilian Technical Standards Association) Type 4.3.1.2.

  with Eucatex Torpentine m2/coat  
Wood First coat:
20% to 25%
Others: 15%

8 to 12
35 to 45

¼ of Gallon (900 ml)
Gallon (3.6 liters)


 

Two to three  coats with an
interval of 12 hours

Drying Period: To touch: 4 to 6 hours
Final: 24 hours

Application
Foam roller Paintbrush *Spray gun

*For the Spray gun, use  pressure between  2.2 and 2.8 kgf/cm² or 30 to 35 lbs/in.²
 
  • For a perfect finishing, in new woods of table areas, use Eucatex Sealer for Wood  as an
  • undercoat. On new external wood, apply the Eucatex Restoring Varnish directly, diluting the first coat 1:1 with turpentine continuing with coats and dilution indicated above;
  • Removers in the wood can cause problems of drying and finishing in the coatings applied after the removal. If you use removers, clean the wood effectively to minimize the  occurrence of these problems;
  • The practical yield can vary due to the method of application, geometry of the structure, rugosity and absorption of the surface, thickness of the product layer deposited, atmospheric conditions and application technique;
  • When using the product on new woods, observe the dilution item carefully for the first coat, as the recommendations described are factors of paramount importance for the good performance of the product. Note: when applying with a foam roller, it is natural for microfoam to appear, which will disappear during the drying process;
  • To attain the tonality required, we suggest applying at least 3 coats, as the varnish, being a translucent product, tends to undergo interference from the tonality of the wood applied.
 

According to ABNT NBR 13.245.

  • Preparation: the surface must be firm, cohesive, clean, dry, without dust, fatty materials, and mould.
  • Surfaces with gloss: they should be sanded until they are completely matt before starting to apply the varnish.
  • Surfaces with fatty stains: they should be washed with a solution of water and neutral detergent. Then, rinse them well, wait for them to dry and apply the product.
  • New woods not dry: they must receive successive applications of Thinner until the complete elimination of the natural resin of the wood, which can damage the paint.
  • New dry woods: sand the surface to eliminate splinters and remove the residue. In non-wettable areas, apply a coat of Eucatex Sealer for Concentrated Wood, diluted 100% with Eucatex Thinner. After the drying, sand again and eliminate the dust.
  • Repainting: remove loose parts, sand to remove the previous finishing completely until reaching the wood and make a new application gloss and make a new application.