Application Technique for Wearlon 711 Topcoat / Wearlon 722 / Wearlon 2020.90
Note: This is a guideline for application only. Refer to Data Sheets for additional information. These coatings are sometimes used in different combinations or by themselves, as needed. Prior to beginning a project, apply the coatings to the exact surface you will be coating for your project as a test and begin the project only after you have assured that the test was successful and that this product is suitable for your application. If you have problems or questions with the test, please call 518-587-7624 and we can supply technical assistance.
Tools: Use a foam brush, or roller. A short nap square nylon brush is sometimes used to polish on extremely light coatings. If spraying, apply with a tip that applies the least amount to form a continuous coating. Use a foam roller to level out any sagging.
Wood, oil stained woods (apply a light coat, then sand any raised wood grain, followed by an additional 711 coat), alkyds, oil base paints, spray paints, polyurethanes, epoxies and powder coatings. All other substrates should be tested with a small patch of the 711 to see if the product cures properly before proceeding. If the coating remains tacky after 2 hours of curing, then a primer such as Wearlon 722 or Wearlon 2020.90 must be used prior to over coating with the 711.
Wearlon 2020.90 Primer
(Wearlon 2020.90 is used only when necessary on surfaces that are difficult to adhere to.) Avoid diluting if possible. Add 5% water if necessary for spraying. Note: Whenever possible apply Wearlon under room temperature conditions. Do not apply at temperatures below 40°F and relative humidity above 90%.
*** Always make sure the desired appearance is achieved if you will be applying an additional top coat. Sanding or a second coat may be required before application of top coat.
Application Technique for Wearlon 711/ 2020.90/ 722 _Rev. 5
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