Rust-Oleum Watco Furniture Refinisher removes paints, stain, lacquer, shellac, varnish, epoxy, polyurethane, milk paint and more. It is effect to remove up to five layers in one easy steps which make is stand out from competitive brands. This product is suitable to use for antique furniture and fine wood. This product does work without harming wood and can be used for round and vertical surfaces.
Features of Watco Furniture Refinisher
- Clings to round and vertical surfaces
- Safe to use.
- Fast - works in 10 minutes
NOTE: Read the instructions from the technical data sheet for best results.
How to apply Watco Furniture Refinisher
Spread a solvent resistant drop cloth covered in newspaper around the work area in case of drips or spills. Protect eyes and skin, wear safety goggles and chemical resistant gloves
Use only when air (ambient) temperature is between 65-90°F 18-32°C). Shake container before using and open carefully to relieve pressure. Pour Furniture Refinisher into a glass or metal container. Use steel wool to apply. Saturate the steel wool with refinisher and squeeze out the excess. Rub the wet steel wool in a circular motion, working an area approximately 1 foot in diameter. Rinse and squeeze the steel wool often while continuing to work until the old finish is dissolved. Move to an adjacent area of equal size and repeat the process overlapping each area until the piece is clean. Use a clean piece of steel wool dipped in fresh refinisher and wipe with long even strokes following the grain of the wood to remove lap marks. Allow 30 minutes to dry, then buff thoroughly with a clean dry pad of steel wool.
Properties of Watco Furniture Refinisher
|Solvents||Acetone, Methanol, Toluene|
|Volatile Organic Compounds||822 g/l|
|Dry Times at 70-80°F
(21-27°C) and 50% RH
|30 minutes to Dry to Buff
1 hour to Handle
|Shelf Life||5 years|
|Flash Point||-4°F (-20°C)|
|Safety Information||For additional information, see MSDS|
|Technical Data Sheet||Click here|