EXTERIOR TIMBER STAIN can be used wherever an opaque protective exterior finish is required. The EXTERIOR TIMBER STAIN has colours that blend well with the outdoors. Some typical applications are: decking stain, fencing, cladding, fascia, exterior doors, window frames, exposed beams or any other timber where a wood stain is desired. We recommend sampling the colour on a small section of timber or off-cut prior to full application.
Directions For Use
Stir well before use. Ensure a clean dry surface, free from dirt, grease and wax. Previously varnished or painted surfaces must be thoroughly stripped. Badly weathered surfaces should be sanded back or cleaned using a wood cleaner such as Preschem GREY DECK CLEANER. Stir the measured dose of the EXTERIOR TIMBER STAIN tinter pack into the correctly sized can of AUSSIE CLEAR thoroughly before use. EXTERIOR TIMBER STAIN can be applied by any convenient means, such as brush, roller, spray or dip application, however decks and large areas are most easily applied with a lambswool applicator. On dressed timber the strength of the stain colour can be controlled somewhat by application quantity, and wiping will make the colour more transparent. Any excess stain on the timber 1-2 hours after application should be wiped off. If the timber still looks dry, another application may be required. Allow 24 hours for thorough drying.
If the timber looks dry or the colour has faded simply reapply another coat. Sanding and cleaning of the surface is recommended prior to this application. Some high weather areas may need regular inspections and reapplications every few years.
Approximately 7-8 m2/litre on rough sawn timber and 11-12 m2/litre on dressed timber. Often, stains will be stronger in colour on rough sawn timber.
Cleanup in Mineral turpentine.
Brown Stain tinter pack – Available in 200 mL (for 4Lt Can), 1Lt (for 20 Lt Cans) tinter packs.
Grey Stain – Available in 4Lt or 10Lt Cans
Avoid skin contact by wearing protective clothing. Don’t breath vapour of spray mist.
First Aid Instructions
If poisoning occurs contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (Phone 131 126)
Hold eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes – see a doctor.
Remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly with water.
Remove to fresh air.
Do not induce vomiting. Give a glass of water and transport to hospital.