Hesse-Lignal | Parquet Stain WPB



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PARQUET COLOR is a ready to use special stain for rolling and brushing onto parquet flooring and staircases. Special light fast pigments extensively cover the wood surface, yet achieve the desired stain character. This environment-friendly stain was developed specifically for the parquet application method and can be subsequently coated using all products from the Hesse parquet range.

Fields of application

For parquet and wooden flooring with subsequent sealing. For staining and subsequent coating of furniture, stairs and doors in industrial and craft applications.

Technical specifications

Appearance glazing
Density series kg/l 1.004 - 1.28
Flow time (+/- 15 %) 60 s / DIN EN ISO 2431 - 3 mm
Form of delivery fluid
Non-volatile content series % 1 - 32
VOC EU % 6.21 %
Number of coats (max) 1
Amount per layer (minimum) 50 g/m²
Amount per layer (max) 100 g/m²
Total application volume 100 g/m²

Information on use

Drying 8 h / 20 °C
Surface preparation The wood must be dry, dust-free and grease-free.
Substrate sanding grits from-to 80 - 120
Finishing Parquet: once the stain has fully dried (16 h / 20 °C) apply all subsequent coats using only products from the Hesse parquet range (PU lacquers, HYDRO lacquers and oils). Any warranty is voided if other materials are used.

Furniture/staircases: once fully dried, Hesse HYDRO TOP-SIEGEL HE 6509x(gloss level) or other suitable lacquer systems can be used for subsequent coats.
The stains must be fully dried prior to the application of subsequent coats. Drying is delayed by low temperatures, inadequate air exchange, high humidity and large application amounts.
Yield per coat 11 - 23 m²/l

The spreading rate is heavily dependent on the type of application. The specifications relate to a liter of ready-for-use product, if necessary including hardener and thinner.
Working Temperature Range 16 - 25 °C
Storage temperature 5 - 30 °C
Working temperature 20 °C
conditions of transport frost-free - up to a maximum of 35 °C
Processing instructions Parquet: single application at 50 - 80 g/m² on properly laid wooden floors. The surface to be coated must be clean and dry. Carefully and evenly sand the parquet right into the corners. Sand old parquet floors back to bare wood, 120 grit with dust removal. Use a brush or lint-free roller, (e.g. short mohair – but use sticky tape to remove loose hairs before first use). Then immediately use a single-disc orbital sander and white pad to smooth out the surface and prevent deposits and irregularities. Large areas should be coated by 2 people. No further patches of damp stain should remain on the surface after smoothing. Rotation tracks left by the single-disc orbital sander indicate excesses of stain that need further smoothing. Replace the pad as necessary on large surfaces. The pad can be slightly dampened with water to facilitate distribution. Use a piece of pad to manually remove any excess in the corners.

Furniture/staircases: apply the stain thinly and evenly by spraying, rolling or brushing. Allow a brief period for absorption and then use a fine sanding fleece to rub the stain in evenly until the surface appears dry. Occasionally use a cotton cloth to remove any excess as necessary. The surface can be coated as desired after drying for 16 h / 20 °C room temperature. The stained surface’s drying time can be shortened using suitable drying methods (e.g. a jet drier).
Particular instructions All stains from the same range can be mixed with one another. Can be tinted with colour concentrates in the range: < 5 % BP30xx, BP 3570. Lighten by adding: WPB 1000.
General instructions on workmanship Stir stains well before and during processing.
To achieve an appealing result please take account of the following: the application of stains is an art of craftsmanship and requires appropriate experience. Preferably for use on hardwoods, such as oak or beech. Depending on the growth region, natural ingredients and initial sanding, the bare wood reacts differently and influences the colour tone and effect of the stain to a degree that should not be underestimated. In particular, the wood’s grit direction is sometimes vibrantly emphasised, in swirls, knots, etc. This is especially true of woods with fine pores, such as beech and maple. When pastel tones are used on woods with a high tannin content, such as oak, this can lead to a yellow to yellowy-brown colour cast. This discolouration is particularly noticeable in coatings with aqueous systems. Wood is a natural raw material, which is subject to ageing. Light and subtle stain tones are more subject to yellowing and aging than dark and intensely toned stains. Please take account of these influences when selecting the type of wood, stain tone and sealants. Depending on the degree of use, wooden floor coatings become worn with the passage of time. Proper care or timely resealing of the clear-coated surface prevent the need for an expensive, full renovation. Although this becomes unavoidable if the stain layer is already damaged. To gain a proper impression of the results for yourself and your customer please apply a trial stain and sealing coat to a sufficiently large area of original parquet flooring.