Nano Coating for wood is a concentrate for impregnation which forms a transparent coating, protecting the surface from liquids, dirt, UV radiation and low temperatures. Nano Coating for wood is suitable for porous materials, since when applied the product is absorbed in the pores, thus protecting each element/particle individually.
- Does not allow water absorption, thus protecting the surface from bursting at negative temperatures
- Protects the surface from the negative effects of the environment
- Effectively protects against mould
- Any dirt on the treated surface could be cleaned only with water
- Protects the surfaces from water, dirt and oil
- The treated materials are visually unimpaired
- Allows the treated surfaces to breathe
- Harmless to health
- Harmless to the environment
- Long-lasting effect – up to 15 years
With its self-cleaning effect Percenta Nano Coating for wood can be applied on all kinds of wood surfaces, preventing from water absorption without any colour changes. However, when it comes to already lacquered surfaces, you should wait at least three months from the lacquer application. It is highly recommended that you make a preliminary check with surfaces treated with lacquers or oils, since colour impairments could occur.
Surface Preparation: The surface should be clean, dry and with no oil residues.
Impregnation: Apply Percenta Nano Coating for Wood with a spray or with a brush. The quantity necessary for the surface depends on its absorption (it may vary from 50 to 150 ml/m2). After the treatment leave the surface for 3-6 hours to dry completely (at temperatures around 10°C – approximately 6 hours, at 20°C – approximately 4 hours, at 30°C – approximately 3 hours) Application at temperatures below +5°C and over 40°C is not recommended.
Coverage: 50-150 ml/m2
Tips: For a better effect it is recommended that before the application of Percenta Nano Coating you clean the surface with Percenta Cleaning Product for Concrete, Stone and Wood which removes not only all the dirt, but also all residues of previous detergents