Master Classic Lacquer is a water-based floor lacquer with practically no odour, that leaves wood with a resistant and durable surface ideal for normal wear. The lacquer has a good price/performance ratio and is suitable for domestic projects due to its remarkable flow and fast drying time.
It is important that both wood and lacquer have a temperature of min. 15°C (preferably around 20°C) and air humidity of approx. 50%. Make sure that the room is well-ventilated for optimal evaporation and drying time. For the final sanding to bare wood, use grit 100-120 sandpaper or sanding pad. Vacuum thoroughly and wipe the floor down afterwards, using a tightly-wrung water-soaked mop/cloth. The floor must be completely dry before priming or lacquering. When priming, use WOCA Master Base Primer for newly sanded wood to reduce side bonding. Alternatively, try WOCA Master Multi Primer for exotic wood species or old wood previously treated with oil or wax.
Primer and a coat of Master Classic Lacquer should be applied undiluted, using a brush or roller. Alternatively, two coats of lacquer can be applied. Leave the surface to dry until next day.
Sand the surface with grit 120-200 and vacuum clean the surface thoroughly.
Apply the final coat of undiluted Master Classic Lacquer.
The freshly-lacquered floor is suitable for cautious use after approx. 5 hours. Do not place furniture etc. on the floor until at least 24 hours after the final coat of lacquer. The floor will be ready for normal use after approx. 7 days, after which rugs etc. can be placed on the floor.
|Solid content||Approx. 31 %|
|Density||Approx. 1.0-1.05 g/ml|
|Fully hard||7 days.|
|Viscosity||Approximately 20-25 sec. per DIN Cup 4 at 20°C.|
|Binder||Combination of polyurethane and acrylic.|
Lacquer roller, 9 mm pile, #88005
Wool pad, #596051
Blue pad holder, #399710
|Disposal||Empty containers and residues to be disposed of according to local regulations.|
|Shelf life||1 year from manufacturing date|
|Storage||+10-25°C. Keep out of reach of children. Do not expose to heat (e.g. sunlight). Store frost-free during winter and cool during summer (max. +25°C).|