TimberSoy Polyurethane Stain & Sealer, Color Sample, 2 Oz
+ No Odor Polyurethane Wood Stain & Sealer in One
+ Non Toxic Wood Stain Without the Hazards
+ Polyurethane Durability Made with Bio-Based Alternative Solvent
+ Semi-Transparent Colors Maintain Natural Wood Grain Beauty
+ High Coverage, Fast Dry Time, & No VOCs
GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATIONS & ATTRIBUTES:
+ CDPH VOC Emissions Certified
+ ILBC Red List Free Compliant
+ LEED v4, WELL, Green Globes Compliant
+ Plant Based Material Content
+ Recycled Material Content
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TimberSoy Poly Wood Stain & Sealer is a bio-based polyurethane wood stain that enhances the natural beauty of wood grain while providing the ultimate moisture, mar, and UV protection in one easy step. Our advanced plant-based polyurethane wood stains and water based acrylic emulsion technology penetrates bare wood surfaces with natural plant oils to help rejuvenate and preserves the wood for maximum investment protection. It simultaneously forms a hard thin film with a tenacious bond that creates its ultra durable waterproofing type seal. This outstanding wood sealing strength will enable use on previously stained or painted surfaces. Furthermore, you can safely stain indoor or outdoor without the worry of toxic offgassing or combustible hazards.
Some porous wood may require a pre-stain wood conditioner to help even out how the stain is absorbed into the wood fibers and pores. In these cases, you may use our Acri-Soy Penetrating Sealer. You can even dilute the wood sealer-conditioner to achieve the perfect absorption and appearance of the wood stain. It is always best practices to sand the wood surface to the desirable level before staining. Be sure to clean well to remove all sanding dust.
So what is polyurethane stain? Polyurethane is a type of sealer that can protect and enhance the appearance of your wood. It provides an additional layer of protection against moisture, dirt, and other environmental factors. Not only does it help to preserve the natural beauty of the wood, but it also helps to maintain color depth and richness. Furthermore, polyurethane sealers offer good resistance to UV radiation and keep the wood from fadings prematurely.
Polyurethane sealers can be applied in several ways, including brushing, spraying, and wiping. When using a brush or low nap, high density roller, it’s best to use a high-quality brush or roller specifically designed for sealing wood surfaces. For large areas, you may want to consider using an airless paint sprayer or HVLP (high volume low pressure). Wiping is another option, and this method will give a smoother finish.
Whichever application method you choose, make sure that the sealer is evenly applied over the entire surface of the wood. Be sure to apply in very thin coats for proper and faster intercoat drying which should only take 1 hour in most cases. This precaution will eliminate tackiness which would occur if applied to thick. You’ll also need to allow plenty of time for it to cure before using the surface. We recommend at least 12 hours for a return to service, but a full 7 days for full cure. This means to be careful to avoid high abrasion activity.
Finally, make sure to clean your tools and equipment with warm soapy water immediately after use to prevent any sealer residue from drying on them. Proper sealing of wood surfaces will help protect them from fading and wear, keeping them looking their best for years to come.