WHITE KNIGHT® BENCH TOP PROTECTIVE COATING - 1L

WHITE KNIGHT® BENCH TOP PROTECTIVE COATING - 1L

$104.80
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or 4 payments of $26.20 AUD with Afterpay Info

or 4 payments of $26.20 AUD with Afterpay Info

White Knight Bench Top Protective Coating is a hard wearing clear coating that delivers a tough protective coating over painted laminate bench tops. Features • Tough, protective clear coating •...
financing available

or 4 payments of $26.20 AUD with Afterpay Info

White Knight Bench Top Protective Coating is a hard wearing clear coating that delivers a tough protective coating over painted laminate bench tops.

Features

• Tough, protective clear coating

• Hard wearing

• Low sheen



White Knight ® Bench Top Protective Coating can be applied over laminate bench tops that have been painted with White Knight Laminate Paint.

Interior use only.



1. PREPARATION

  • Thoroughly clean surface with White Knight Tile & Laminate cleaner following label directions.
  • Prime surface with White Knight Tile & Laminate primer following label directions
  • Paint surface with White Knight Laminate Paint following label directions.
  • Allow surface to dry for 24-48 hours before applying White Knight Bench Top Protective Coating. If allowed to dry for more than 48 hours, lightly sand before product application.
  • Ensure surface is clean, dry and free from dust, dirt, grease, polish and other contaminants.

2. APPLICATION

  • Stir Part A thoroughly with a broad, flat stirrer in a circular lifting motion.
  • Add Part B. Mixing ratio is 3 Part A: 1 Part B by volume. IMPORATNT- incorrect mixing ratios will result in coating failure. Stir for 5 minutes.
  • Apply coat with a foam  Do not spray. Lay off evenly for a consistent finish.
  • After mixing, the product life is 1 hour maximum. Do not use product after pot life has been exceeded.

DO NOT USE AT TEMPRETURES BELOW 10°C OR ABOVE 35°C OR IN HIGH HUMIDITY.

Do not apply to damp surfaces or when rain is imminent as moisture contamination will prevent the curing process resulting in a soft finish.

3. COVERAGE

Approximately 20m² per litre per coat, depending on the nature of the surface

4. CLEAN UP

Clean equipment with water immediately after use.

5. CARE & MAINTENANCE

Bench tops coated with White Knight Bench Top Protective Coating can be cleaned with mild, non-abrasive household cleaners. Avoid use of abrasive cleaning products which can damage the finish.

6. SAFETY & FIRST AID

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

  • If swallowed do not induce vomiting. Wash out mouth thoroughly with water. If symptoms develop seek medical attention.
  • If in eyes, hold eyelids apart and flush eyes continuously with running water. If symptoms develop and persist seek medical attention.
  • Do not breathe vapour. If inhaled, remove affected person from area. If symptoms persist seek medical attention.
  • If on skin, wash affected area thoroughly with soap and water. If symptoms develop seek medical attention.
  • Ensure adequate ventilation during use and whilst drying.

For advice, contact Poisons Information Centre (Australia 131 126; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor

Caution:

DO NOT RESEAL THE CONTAINER ONCE PART A HAS BEEN MIXED WITH PART B.

7. ENVIRONMENT

  • Do not pour unwanted paint down the drain.
  • Keep unwanted paint in sealed containers for disposal via chemical waste collections. Solidified catalyzed paint may be disposed of a non-hazardous solid waste.
  • Empty paint containers should be left open in a well ventilated area to dry out. When dry, recycle steel containers via steel recycling programs.
  • Disposal of empty paint containers via domestic recycling programs may differ between local authorities. Check your local council first.
    How much paint do I need? Our Paint Calculator is a useful feature that calculates the amount of paint we require for a painting project. We will also soon be adding a feature that will allow you to calculate labour cost for the painting project.  Usually for a 3 bedroom unit/house it takes 20L of ceiling paint. In most cases it's flat (for bathroom ceilings it's best to use mould proof or simple low sheen paint, 30 liters for walls usually its low sheen, and 4-6 Litres for woodwork.) Coverage in most cases is around 1L per 7 -10 Square meters, again it's for previously painted surfaces only. For new plasterboard its around 7 squares per 1 L per one coat, and the new render is 5 square meters per liter again for one coat.

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