Commercial Grade Oil n H20 Wood Floor Sealer
LNL-100SA, is an ambering wood floor sealer
featuring Oil·n·H2O™ technology. LNL-100SA is a
low odor sealer, which penetrates the wood and dries quickly. LNL-100SA
can be applied directly on stained wood surfaces, or on raw wood. When
used under oil modified finish products, the sealer must be completely
dry. Do not use over polyurethane, lacquer or other sealed surfaces.
No Thinning Required.
Excellent for sealing most interior wood surfaces including floors,
doors, cabinets, and furnitures.
Color in Container: Amber color(dries clear)
Solids Content: 25+/-1%
Chemical Resistance: Excellent
VOC: VOC does not exceed 275 grams/liter
Flash Point: 198°F
Pot Life: Unlimited in unopened container
Dry Time: 1 hour with good conditions
Clean Up: Water
Application method: T-Bar applicator, Synthetic waterborne applicator
and nylon brush.
Coverage: 600-700 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.
or Newly Sanded Floors or Wood Surfaces: Prepare the floor according
to NWFA or NOFMA accepted standard. The final pass before application
of 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.
Apply sealer using standard water based finish techniques. Applicator
should be slightly dampened with sealer before starting. Pour sealer
onto floor 4" strip along the starting wall. Apply the sealer with
the grain of wood. applicator towards you holding the applicator at
a slight “snowplow” angle. Remember keep a wet edge as you
work. When you reach the end wall, pull the applicator in a sweeping
motion, without lifting it from the floor. Feather turn, and gently
touch any missed spots. Apply at recommended coverage. Screen with a
#150 grit or maroon pad with gold strips prior to application of first
top coat. Don’t over sand between coats.
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. Not recommended
under white or pastel stains.
Last•n•Last 100 SA should be dry to the touch in 1 hour.
Allow minimum of 2 hours before screening and for the topcoat to be
applied. Heavy finish application, high humidity or lack of airflow
will extend drying times. Under oil, longer dry time maybe needed.
Use water to clean brushes and applicators.