Impranol Color Base Coat - Chestnut
- Application: External
About this product
Impranol Color - Chestnut is a solvent-based and open porous stain for wood used outdoors. Used for protecting and decorating wood, this product has extended resistance to UV rays and also protects against blue stain.
- Contains solvents and biocides to protect timber against fungal growth
- Extended resistance to UV with light-resistant pigments
- Offers a micro-porous, water repellent film - will not peel, blister or crack
- Easy to apply - good for brushing without runs or brush marks
- Dry to touch in approx 12 hours
- Also suitable for protection and decoration of casing, eaves, balconies and fences.
Suitable for protection and decoration of all types of wood, this product has excellent, long-lasting protection against weathering.
Produced in Germany, Impranol colour offers deep penetration and protection against blue stain. Offers enhanced protection against humidity with a soya-based binding agent and extended resistance to UV with light-resistant pigments.
This product is a great choice to not only protect but enhance the look of your external door. This Chestnut stain will create a professional and aesthetically pleasing finish.
Impranol is a 2 part system, to obtain maximum durability and a great finish, first, apply a base coat of Impranol Colour and then three coats of Impranol Elan.
Impranol Color - Chestnut achieves a Chestnut finish similar to the sample below:
Please note: Colours shown are indicative only, different timbers will take colours differently.
We advise doing a sample before fully applying.
Impranol is easy to apply and can be either brushed or sprayed to achieve the required finish.
The surface should be dry, clean and offer good adhesion.
Using a flat brush, the product should be applied following the direction of the fibres. This product should not be applied at temperatures less than 5 degrees Celsius or in blazing sun.
Under normal weather conditions, the finish will be dry to the touch after approximately 6 hours and able to be overpainted after approximately 12 hours.
To obtain maximum durability and a great finish, first, apply a base coat of Impranol Colour and then two coats of Impranol Elan.
For safe handling, use, processing, storage, transportation, disposal and release, please refer to the safety guidelines which can be downloaded via the following link: Safety Information.