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What makes Warrior Paints different is our fantastic colour range together with our colour matching expertise. If you can dream it we can make it.

Visit our stores and see the amazing display of Warrior colours. Colour testers and swatches of all Warrior Standard Colours are available in store.

DESCRIPTION:

Warrior Woodtreat Stains are natural alcohol based stains available in seven popular colours.

USES:

Warrior Woodtreat Stain can be used on all types of uncoated wood to enhance the colour and grain of the wood prior to varnishing.

SURFACE PREPARATION AND RECOMMENDED PAINT SYSTEM:

SURFACE PREPARATION:

New Wood Surfaces: All surfaces must be sanded smooth clean and dry.

Previously Treated Wood Surfaces: All painted or varnished surfaces must be stripped chemically or mechanically back to the bare wood. Sand the bare wood to a smooth finish and ensure surface is clean, firm and dry before applying Warrior Woodtreat Stain.

RECOMMENDED APPLICATION:

Always stir contents well before use. In addition stir occasionally during application.

Apply one coat of Warrior Woodtreat stain using brush, roller or cloth. To achieve the desired depth of colour, a second coat and third coat may be applied once the surface is visibly dry.

PRODUCT INFORMATION:

 APPLICATION: Brush, roller or cloth
 CLEANING SOLVENT:          Wash with water while wet.
PACK SIZE: 
 500ml (other pack sizes available on request)
COLOUR RANGE:         
Mahogany, Light Oak, Dark Oak, Teak, Meranti    Imbuia and Ebony
 FLASH POINT      12⁰C
 SPREADING RATE    Approximately 8 m² depending on porosity of  wood and desired depth of colour.
 COLOUR RANGE:  Clear and tinted (Mahogany, Light Oak, Dark

 

GENERAL:

  1.  It is recommended to test the colour on a wood sample before proceeding to stain wood.
  2. Extra coats will deepen the colour and enhance the wood grain.
  3.  Wear gloves to prevent staining of hands.
  4.  As per standard painting practices, no painting should take place if surface or ambient temperatures are below 10⁰C or above 30⁰C. Painting should cease at 3pm or when rain is imminent.