Uula Sauna Stain
Alk. 29,08 €
Uula Sauna Stain is designed for staining wooden surfaces such as panelled or log ceilings and walls; doors, seating and banisters in the sauna and shower room.
Uula Sauna Stain – Beautiful and natural protection for wooden surfaces in the sauna and shower room
Uula Sauna Stain gives a matt translucent finish to wooden surfaces in the sauna and shower room. It is designed for new and old untreated wooden surfaces, as well as surfaces treated with products that do not form a membrane or hard coating that might prevent the absorption of the stain. It is perfect for sauna and shower room ceiling and wall panelling, doors, architraves and seating. In the shower room the product is recommended for surfaces that are not directly exposed to water.
Uula Sauna Stain is odourless, easy to use, smooths to an even finish, dries fast and leaves the beautiful grain of the wood visible. Uula Sauna Stain gives the wood a durable protective surface. It is an excellent alternative to wax due to its high tolerance of being washed and the ease of future treatment.
Coverage: Planed/smooth timber 12–15 m2/l, sawn/porous timber 6–10 m2/l.
Drying: Touch dry in approximately 30 minutes. Second coat may be applied after 2 hours. Seating may be used after a week, but may need to be protected for up to a month.
Colours: Clear, but may be tinted to translucent colours of most commonly available colour charts. When choosing a stain, please note that the colour of the surface, previous treatments and tinting pastes, tinting machines and differences in tinting methods may cause subtle variation in colour.
natural oils only.
Emission-free: Completely free of VOC emissions. The paint contains no volatile organic compounds.
MIT-free: The product contains no methylisothiazolinone (MIT).
The paint carries a certificate for low emission building materials, M1.
Wet abrasion resistance: Over 5000 brush strokes (SFS 3755)
Storage & disposal: Keep in a cool and dry place. Do not allow to freeze! Dry and empty containers can be taken to a refuse dump. Liquid waste must be taken to a municipal hazardous waste collection point.