CAN YOU COAT PRESSURE-TREATED WOOD?
YES, IN JUST A FEW EASY STEPS.
Inspect wood surfaces for defects and make any necessary repairs.
Use the appropriate Sansin wood cleaner and/or wash the entire surface with a minimum 3000 PSI pressure washer using clean water and proper technique. Be careful not to erode the surface.
For best results and a smooth level surface, sand the surface area well with a 60-80 grit paper using a random orbital sander.
Follow by power washing, vacuuming or using compressed air for proper cleaning. Surface must be clean, free from dust, dirt, grease, wax or any existing coatings.
Always flood surface to the penetrating point of saturation
Spraying – hand or automated spraying (low pressure or airless)
Stir well before and during the application process.
Test formula on an inconspicuous wood surface to ensure proper color and penetration.
Apply in proper conditions with an ideal temperature of 21°C (70°F) and relative humidity of approximately 50%.
Do not apply if rain or near freezing temperatures are expected.
Saturate the wood surface (5-6 wet mils).
Brush out any puddles and runs.
Do not apply on wood that is warm to touch.
Continually check the surface; brush out all puddles and runs.
Always read published directions for use prior to beginning any project.
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