PEPPER GREY – A soft, warm, pale grey. Perfect for a weathered driftwood finish.
Ensure the surface is clean and free from mould, dirt, dust, grease and wax.
Stir well with a broad flat stirrer before use and decant the required amount into a suitable container to work from. Reseal the tin airtight for longevity. Simply apply an even coat following the grain, using a lint free cloth, brush, sponge or foam roller. Dampening any applicator will increase the working/open time if required in humid conditions. Keep a wet edge and do not stop and start or overwork Engrained.
A two coat application is recommended with Engrained.
One coat will deliver a matt, translucent/wash effect – use Bare Grain (clear) as the final coat where no further opacity is required.
Two coats will deepen the colour opacity.
Three coats will produce full coverage/block out.
The surface will be touch dry in 30 minutes, and may be recoated after 2 hours.
Lightly sand between coats with 240 grit sandpaper to smooth if timber raising occurs.
Dilution by up to 5% with water is acceptable to reduce opacity.
An additional coat of Bare Grain may be applied to increase protection.
Test in an inconspicuous area first as results can differ depending on wood species.
Coverage – A 250ml tin will cover approximately 2-3 square metres.
Cure Time – Allow 7 days to fully cure before use (in optimum conditions).
Clean Up – water.