Part of Smith & Rodger's floor coating
range, Transeal is an ethanol based prime coating designed
as a barrier seal on all types of wood.
- Prevents the possible rejection of floor lacquers
by sealing in not only waxes but any
dyestuffs that may bleed from the timber
- Minimises grain raising caused by waterbased
||Primarily used in the
sealing of wooden floors prior to overcoating with
a protective lacquer, the product is also suitable
for most interior woodwork including furniture,
doors, facings, skirting etc.
- Ensure room conditions are warm dry and well
ventilated. Do not apply if the
temperature is below 20 °C and/or the relative
humidity is above 65%.
- Ensure the wood is clean, dry, sanded smooth
and dust free.
- Apply using a brush, spray or the preferred
lambswool applicator. Apply one coat and then
overcoat with your desired protective lacquer.
- Please ensure that the coat of Transeal is
not too thick otherwise this may prevent the
product fully curing. It is also recommended
that protective gloves are used.
||Assuming good application
and curing conditions:
Touch Dry - 10-15 mins. Recoat Time - 1 hour
Follow the respective instruction sheets for protective
lacquers to determine full cure.
Avoid heavy use for at least 72 hours after the
final coat. Do not put rugs on the floor or subject
the floor to any wet cleaning or wax polish maintenance
for at least 8-10 days.
Note - Heavy coats should not be applied as this
will adversely affect the drying and curing time,
as will recoating too soon or covering the floor
with polythene or other sheeting.
||Depending on the porosity
of the wood and film weight approximately 12 square
metres per litre.
available in 16 standard shades - please contact
us for the specific data sheet.
||Up to one year if stored
tightly sealed in the original container in warm
dry conditions. Store away from direct heat. Protect
||Read the instruction
label on the container and the Health and Safety