Tung Oil Seal Timber Sealer 10L

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Tung Oil Seal Timber Sealer is for interior use only. Tung Oil Seal is specifically designed for sealing timber and parquetry floors in halls, gymnasiums, classrooms, offices, showrooms, hotels and restaurants etc.

It conforms to the Australian Standard for the Slip Resistance of Pedestrian Surfaces AS 3661.

Benefits of Tung Oil Seal Timber Sealer:
    One-step sealing system
    Sand and seal in one day
    Burnishable from 400 rpm to 2000+ rpm
    Scuff and mark resistant
    Repairable & patchable
    Slip resistant

Tung Oil Seal is an Oleo resinous floor sealer specifically designed to penetrate deeply into the cellulose fibres of wooden floors. It imparts a tough durable non-slip seal and since it is a penetrative dressing it cannot craze or chip and it resists wear by bonding the structural fibres of the wood.

1. Sand floor with 120 mesh sanding disc. Thoroughly Vacuum and dust mop floor.
2. If a solvent wax polish was previously used, scrub with mineral turpentine diluted at 250mL/L of water. 
Rinse floor with dilute detergent water and allow to dry.
3. If a water-based wax polish was previously used, scrub floor with XPOLY8. Rinse floor with Citron or  
Tempo HD and allow to dry.

Apply a liberal coat of TUNG OIL SEAL using a lambs wool applicator taking care to maintain a wet edge. Work well into the surface and level off with an applicator leaving no pooling of the seal. Allow to dry overnight (8 hours minimum). The drying time will vary depending upon the temperature and humidity of the area being sealed. Lightly cut back the first coat with a steel wool or coarse nylon pad. Vacuum thoroughly and apply the second coat. Allow to dry. If the floor has a slightly uneven appearance, lightly cut back again and apply
a third coat if necessary.

Please Note: 
Absorbance rates of wood can vary substantially and as a result some older timber surfaces may require more coats of TUNG OIL SEAL than recommended.

Allow 24 to 48 hours drying. Apply either Timberglo or Thermaglo Plus. Refer to the specific technical bulletin for advice on these alternatives.