Varathane Polyurethane Spray for Interior - Oil Based
Rust-Oleum Varathane Polyurethane Spray is the best scratch and stain resistance coating for interior wooden surfaces. This oil based aerosol spray is recommended for interior wood projects like furniture, doors, cabinets, paneling and trim. Generally, the dry time of oil based spray of too long but it get dried an hour or two. The coverage of this product is 30-40 square feet per aerosol cane.
Features of Varathane Polyurethane Spray
It enhance the natural beauty of wood.
No brush strokes.
Ready to use.
NOTE: Remove adhesion impairing substances from the surface before using.
How to use Varathane Oil Based Polyurethane Spray?
Ideal conditions to use
Use adequate ventilation at all times. Do not apply in direct sunlight. Apply at temperatures between 55-90°F (13-32°C) and the relative humidity is below 85%. Be
careful when applying over white or pastel paints or stains as discoloration may occur.
Previously Finished Surfaces – To ensure proper adhesion, surfaces must be clean, dry and free of old finishes, dust, dirt, oils or foreign matter. Remove shellac with a paint stripper and mildew with a solution up to 10% household bleach and tap water. Old finishes in poor
condition must be removed. Sand the surface using 150-220 grit sandpaper to obtain a smooth surface. Remove all sanding dust using a vacuum or a cloth dampened with mineral spirits.
Unfinished Surface Preparation - Sand smooth using 150-200 grit sandpaper and remove all sanding dust with a vacuum or a cloth dampened with mineral spirits. If a filler or putty is used, make sure that it does not contain wax and allow enough time for it to dry thoroughly.
Stained Or Painted Wood - Follow manufacturer’s
directions for application of stain or paint. Make certain the surface is thoroughly dry before applying Varathane Polyurethane Spray. Refer to the manufacturer’s label for dry times.
Application / Spraying
Shake the can vigorously before and during use. Use a
drop cloth or newspapers to protect surrounding areas from spray mist. Apply light mist coats, holding can 10-12” from the surface and spray with a smooth sweeping motion to avoid runs and sags. Several light coats provides for a better finish than one heavy coat. Allow the finish to dry 4 hours, then recoat. Dries to the touch in 2 hours and can be recoated after 2 hours. Let dry overnight before use. To ensure a smooth finish, sand lightly between coats using 220 grit sandpaper. For maximum durability, a minimum of 3 coats are recommended.
Properties of Varathane Oil Based Polyurethane Spray