Marine Clearsealer instructions
1. The objective is to saturate the material with resin as deeply as possible. To achieve this, coats are applied wet on wet.
2. Apply thin coats- this allows air trapped between the fibres in wood, or the pores in masonry to escape easily. Brush on as soon as the surface appears above the preceeding coat.
3. It is possible to continue coating once the original saturation coats have dried. This will achieve a slight sheen.
4. Allow 24 hours after the application of the final coat to cure before exposing to moisture.
5. Clearsealer is UV stable, but wood is not, so for the complete protection of exterior woodwork we recommend a primer coat of - Burgess Marine Woodsealer - as appropriate.
6. Stone, brickwork, masonry, plasterwork, concrete, rendering etc - will not require this additional uv protection.
7. If rubbed down with wet and dry between coats (not always necessary) ensure surface is thoroughly dry before applying next coat.
8. Clean wet brushes, spills etc with water, once dry - with petrol or cellulose thinners.
Health & Safety
Clearsealer is non-toxic, non-flamable or volitile - but please keep it away from unsupervised children. Do not allow to pollute ponds or waterways. Unlikely to irritate skin. If sensitive use a barrier cream or rubber gloves. Wash hands with soap and water after use. Keep sealed and frost free.