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
- Flood coating
- 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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