Alum Salt is a double potassium sulfate and aluminum hydrate, which has a good water dissolution . When applying in wood finish, the alum salt serves as a mordant for vegetable pigments such as walnut stain, alkanna root, sandalwood, mahogany or others. It makes the regulation of the project base absorption possible as well as it put a protective layer against spots and water. Alum salt is also used to neutralize lime residues in lime plasters. It can also be used to clean wood before applying natural paint.
- Salt to be dissolved in water
- Allows to block project base
- Hardening effect
- Acid property
- Antiseptic agent
Directions for use:
Mix the salt by stirring in hot water (100 g of alum salt for 1 liter of water), for about 5 minutes. The hotter the water, the better the dissolution of the salt.
Apply with a brush in order to saturate the surface. Allow to dry completely before applying your other coat (about 24 hours).