Item No. 31280
Sizes: 2.5 Litres
- Safe for use on children's toys
- Not suitable for high tannin content timbers e.g. oak
- Will not flake or peel
- Very hard wearing
- Easy to apply
- UV resistant
- Highly water resistant
- Contains no biocides or preservatives
Suitable for: internal and external use
Recommended timbers: Bangkirai, Yellow & Red Balau, Karri, Massaranduba, Iroko & Ipe
Applications: decking and garden furniture
2.5L will cover approximately 50m² in one coat depending on the timber and method of application.
Whilst Treatex Bangkirai Oil can be applied over most previous finishes it works much better on unfinished timber. When overcoating a previously finished surface, a trial application is essential. If a previous finish is to be overcoated then it should be lightly sanded. Flaking or peeling finishes must be fully removed prior to application. Ensure the timber is dry and free from possible contaminates e.g. algae, grease, dirt, dust, etc. We advise that when using Treatex Bangkirai Oil, sufficient product is purchased to complete the whole project and when more than one tin is required it is advisable to mix them together before use. Timber must have a moisture content below 18%. Temperature must be greater than 8º𝚌 during application and drying. We strongly recommend a trial application prior to starting the project.
Stir tins thoroughly, before and during use. Use a brush or roller to evenly apply Treatex Bangkirai Oil allowing approximately 50ml per m². Pay particular attention to end grain, on end grain apply wet on wet until product is no longer absorbed by the timber. After approximately 12 hours the first coat can be overcoated. Apply with a brush or roller a second coat of Treatex Bangkirai Oil, again allowing roughly 50ml per m². After the second coat leave for approximately 12 hours to dry.
Treatex brushes and rollers are available. Wet brushes and rollers can be cleaned with Treatex Thinner or white spirit. Store tins in a cool and frost free environment. Unopened tins will last for five years. Once tins are opened, transfer contents to a smaller airtight container.