Resene Qristal Gloss

Description :

Resene Qristal Clear is a range of hardwearing single pack polyurethanes. Designed using the most modern urethane resin for ease of application and maximum flow. • Resene Poly-Flat produces a low sheen wax-like finish with excellent grain filling and sanding properties. • Resene Poly-Satin produces a rich hardwearing semi-gloss finish with excellent sanding properties. • Resene Poly-Gloss dries to an extremely hard high gloss finish (the wet look). Best applied over Resene Poly-Flat or Resene Poly-Satin. Where a harder wearing surface is required, substitute Resene HD Poly-Satin for Resene Poly-Satin, or the full gloss Resene Polythane for Resene Poly-Gloss. •

Thinning :

Mineral turps

Uses :

• Architraves • Desks • Doors Fibre and particleboard • Furniture • Hardboard • Panelling • Plywood • Skirtings • Timber • Veneers

Finish :

Flat, semi-gloss and gloss

Application :

Apply by brush, speed brush, roller or spray. Apply generously and lay-off in the direction of grain.

Drying Time :

4 hours at 18°C

Color Range :


Highlights :

Performance 1. Excellent intercoat adhesion both initially and long-term. 2. May be used for nursery furniture. 3. Resistant to alcohol, vinegar and most food. 4. Suitable for use over Resene Waterborne Colorwood natural wood stain (see Data Sheet D50a). Limitations 1. May be used for low traffic flooring. For high traffic flooring use Resene Polythane (see Data Sheet D53). 2. Not recommended for exterior use. 3. Fibre and particleboard must be sealed with Resene Aquaclear (see Data Sheet D59) prior to application of Resene Qristal Clear Polyurethanes.

Directions of Use :

Surface preparation New wood Thoroughly sand surface. Ensure surface is clean and dry, free from dirt, dust and loose material, oil, grease and mould. Stop all nail holes and cracked timber with Linseed Oil Putty or other suitable filler matched to the appropriate colour. Old wood Prepare as for New wood. Ensure surface is clean and dry, free from dirt, dust and loose material, oil, grease and mould. Thoroughly sand surface to a uniform dull finish with fine sandpaper and remove sanding dust. Caution Sanding dusts from some hardwoods are considered carcinogenic and all old timber sanding dusts should be considered potentially harmful. Always wear an efficient dust mask.