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A general purpose interior/exterior solvent based varnish for all wood surfaces.


  • For use on new and previously varnished interior or exterior wood surfaces.


  • Excellent water resistance.
  • Excellent exterior durability and very UV resistance.
  • Durable wood varnish for all surfaces.


  • Type: A Long Oil Altyd
  • Appearance:  Matt
  • Colour: Clear, Dark Oak, Light Oak, Teak and Mahogany
  • Solids: 45% by mass
  • Density:  0.82 – 0.86.
  • Viscosity at 25°ͨ: 65-70Kµ
  • Specific Gravity: 0.90-0.91
  • Flash Point:   @ 34°ͨ


  • Mixing:  Stir well before use.
  • Method: Brush, Rollers not recommended. Conventional Spray.      
  • Thinning: Mineral Turpentine
  • Clean-up: Mineral Turpentine
  • Spreading rate: 10-12m²/l depending on surface porosity and profile.
  • Conditions: Avoid painting in wet or cold weather. Minimum temp 8℃
  • Drying Time: Touch dry 4 hours. Hard dry 18 hour at 25 degrees.
  • Recoating Time:18 hours
  • Requirements: 2 Coats



New surface must be sound, clean and dry(moisture content below 15%) before painting.

  • Sand to a smooth surface in the direction of the wood fiber.
  • Remove all dust.
  • Thin first coat with 10% Mineral Turpentine.
  • Sand slightly with fine sandpaper or fine steel wool in between coats.
  • Apply 2nd coat and 3rd unthinned.
  • To prevent ingress of moisture the end grain must be coated.


  • For surfaces in poor condition: Strip down and treat as new work.
  • Surfaces in good condition must be slightly sanded, dusted and then treated as new work.
  • For maximum protection on exterior wood 3 coats of varnish is advisable.


  • Keep container properly sealed after use.
  • Keep away from direct sunlight, heat and severe cold.


  • 1 litres, 5 litres and 20 litres


  • Detailed Safety information: Refers to the material safety data sheet for this product.
  • Not to be used as a wood floor coating.
  • Do not apply on wet or damp timber.
  • Do not paint in wet or cold weather. (Minimum 5℃)
  • Drying times will be extended during wet or cold weather conditions
  • To prevent ingress of moisture the end grain must be coated.