The Blanchon Quick-Drying Yacht Varnish is recommended for woodwork surfaces, exposed to marine climate and bad weather. Its water-based polyurethane resins contain a highly effective anti-UV agent. Yacht Varnish offers remarkable results in the most difficult climatic conditions, on exterior doors and windows, bridges and upper structures of boats, woodwork and all other wooden structures exposed to moisture. You can apply this product on floors subject to light traffic only.
Unlike other water-based varnishes, it does not mask the wood grain and produces no whitish effect. It can be applied to all types of wood while retaining their natural colours. Its milky tint will fade completely when drying.
- High resistance to difficult climatic conditions;
- Very low VOC 25 g/litre;
- Resistant to abrasion, shock and scratches;
- Colourless and resistant;
- Won’t yellow;
- Won’t flow;
- Contains a powerful anti-UV agent;
- Exterior and interior use.
The wood must be clean and free from any old varnish, oil, wax or other finishing products. Sand the wood by ending with a 120 grit paper and carefully remove the dust. Fill the cracks with in tube Blanchon Mastic Wood. Dye if necessary following the recommendations.
Stir the container vigorously and let stand 20 minutes before applying.
Acclimate the product at an ambient temperature above 15 °C.
Apply the varnish in the wood grain direction with a polyester SRT or poly/nylon brush. Between coats, let dry for 3 hours and sand with a 180 grit sandpaper.
- Outside: 3 or 4 coats when applied to absorbent wood or on a wood structure exposed to severe climatic conditions.
- Inside: 2 coats.
- To Touch: 1 hour
- Between coats: after 3 hours and before 48 hours
- Light traffic: 12 hours
- Use: 24 hours
- Full drying: 48 hours
Blanchon Yacht Varnish is easily refreshed. Sand with 180 sandpaper to make it dull, dust and apply two coats of Yacht Varnish.
125 sq. ft. /litre