Oil-n-H20 Wood Floor Finish
Absco Grand Wood Floor Finish is the newest
generation of state-of-the art wood floor finishes for the professional.
Absco grand combines the most advanced waterbased technology with oil-modified
polyurethane for beauty and durability. Featuring Oil•n•water,
100% urethane technology, Absco Grand needs no separate crosslinker
to provide tough protection for wood floors. No thinning required.
Absco grand Wood Floor Finish is recommended for interior residential
Not recommended for white or light stained floor.
Color in Container: Yellowish white (Dries clear)
Solids Content: 30+/-1%
Chemical Resistance: Excellent
VOC: VOC does not exceed 275grams/liter
Flash Point: 198°F
Sheen Gloss: >80 units @ 60° on wood
Semi-Gloss: 50-60 units @ 60° on wood
Satin: 25-30 units @ 60° on wood
Freeze/Thaw Stability: Stable (if frozen, thaw completely before using)
Shelf Life: Unlimited in unopened container
Dry Time :2 hours under good conditions
Clean Up: Water
Application method: T-bar applicator, Synthetic waterborne applicator
and nylon brush.
Coverage: 500-550 sq. feet per gallon.
surface preparation is essential to achieve a high quality finish. Read
the MSDS sheet and wear proper protection, which may include gloves,
eye protection, and/or other protective devices.
New or Newly Sanded Floors or Wood Surfaces: Prepare the floor according
to NWFA or NOFMA accepted standard. The final pass before application
of Absco Grand and sealer should be a #150 grit screen pad or sandpaper.
Remove dust completely by sweeping, vacuuming and wiping the floor or
work surface with a lint free cloth lightly dampened with water. The
floor or work surface and room temperature should be at least 65°F.
Previously Finished Floors or Wood Surfaces:Remove old finish in poor
condition. If the old finish is shellac or contains wax or any stearate,
regardless of the condition, remove it completely then follow surface
preparation for New Wood Surfaces. If old finish is still sound and
good, screen the work surface with a #150 screen disc, #180 grit sand
paper, maroon pad or similar. Remove dust completely by sweeping, vacuuming
and wiping the work surface with a lint free cloth lightly dampened
with water. The work surface and room temperature should be at least
TO STIR THIS PRODUCT BEFORE AND DURING USE. LET IT STAND FOR 10 MINUTES
Apply in well ventilated area by nylon brush, or synthetic waterborne
applicator at room temperature and not in direct sunlight. Slightly
dampen applicator with finish prior to starting. Pour finish onto floor
in a 4” strip along the starting wall. Apply finish with the grain
of the wood. Pull the applicator towards you at a slight “snowplow”
angle. Remember to keep a wet edge as you work. Feather all turns and
stops in the direction which the applicator was pulled. When you reach
the end wall, pull the applicator around in a sweeping motion, without
lifting it from the floor. Feather turn, and gently touch any missed
spots. Apply at recommended coverage in thin coats.
over stain: Absco Grand should adhere well to most stain, but a test
for adhesion over brands other than Last•n•Last stain is
recommended. Use Last•n•Last Classic Wood Stain following
instruction on label. Allow the stain to dry a minimum of 24 hours under
good conditions. Make sure the stain is completely dry before applying
the finish or sealer.
When applied according to directions, and in thin coats, Absco Grand
should be dry to the touch in 1 hour. Allow minimum of 2 hours between
coats. Heavy finish application, high humidity or lack of airflow will
extend drying times. Abscp Grand completely cures within 2 weeks. Please
allow the finish to be fully cured for area rugs or mats to be put down.
The floor is susceptible to scuffing and marring before full cure..
No more than two coats are recommended per day.
Use water to clean brushes and applicators.
Absco Grand never needs waxing. We recommend Polycare Floor Cleaner
as the safe and effective cleaning product for all polyurethane coated
surfaces. It has a unique soap-free, no rinse formula which will not
harm polyurethane or varnished wood surfaces.