Polyurethane Wood Finish - 550 VOC
Last·n·Last Clear Polyurethane
Wood Finish is a clear. Tough, flexible polyurethane coating for wood
and concrete surfaces. It has an excellent color retention, dries quickly
and far outwears the finest varnishes and lacquers. It resists discoloration
longer. It is easy to use and is resistant to abrasion, foot traffic,
sun, salt, alcohol stains, water spotting, acid, alkali, etc. Brings
out all the fine grain beauty of any natural wood surfaces.
Last·n·Last Clear Polyurethane Wood Finish is recommended
for most interior commercial and residential wood.
Color in Container: Gloss - Clear / Satin - Hazy/ Semi-Gloss –
Solids Content/weight: Gloss – 50% / Satin – 39% / Semi-Gloss
Chemical Resistance: Excellent
VOC: VOC does not exceed 550 grams/liter
Flash Point: 105°F
Sheen Gloss: No less than 90 units on wood.
Satin: 25-35 units on wood.
Semi-Gloss: 50-60 units on wood.
Freeze/Thaw Stability: Stable
Shelf Life: Unlimited in unopened container.
Drying Time: 3-4 hrs. under good conditions.
Cleanup: Mineral Spirits, Paint Thinner, Turpentine
Application method: Lambswool applicator, natural bristle brush or E-Z
Coverage Approx: 400-500 sq feet per gallon on raw wood.
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: Make several passes
with the sandpaper, increasing the paper fineness with each pass. The
final pass before application on Last•n•Last Clear Polyurethane
Wood Finish should be with a #100 to #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 mineral spirits.
The floor or work surface and room temperature should be at least 65°F.
Finished Floors or Wood Surfaces:Remove old finish in poor condition.
Screen the work surface with a #100 to #150 screen disc, #180 grit sand
paper, maroon pad or similar. Remove dust completely by sweeping, vacuuming
and wiping the floor or work surface with a lint free cloth lightly
dampened with mineral spirits. The floor or work surface and room temperature
should be at least 65°F.
TO STIR THIS PRODUCT BEFORE AND DURING USE. SATIN AND SEMI-GLOSS CAN
BE SHAKEN. AFTER SHAKING, LET IT SIT FOR 10 MINUTES.
Apply the finish with the grain of the wood. Apply in well ventilated
area by brush, roller, spray, EZ Way, or lambswool applicator at room
temperature and not in direct sunlight. When using a roller, work slowly
to avoid air bubbles. Screen the floor or work surface in between coats
with any of the following #150 screen disc, #180 grit sand paper, maroon
pad or similar in between coats. Remember to vacuum and tack thoroughly
after screening to remove all dust. Allow minimum of four to eight hours
between coats, or until
thoroughly dry. Heavy finish application, high humidity or lack of airflow
will extend drying times. If waiting longer than 24 hours between coats,
sanding is recommended.
Last•n•Last Clear Polyurethane Wood Finish 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 to dry a minimum
of 24 hours under good conditions. Make sure the stain is completely
dry before applying the Finish.
When applied according to directions, and in thin coats, Last•n•Last
Clear Polyurethane Wood Finish should be dry to the touch in 3 to 4
hours. Allow minimum of 4 hours between coats. Heavy finish application,
high humidity or lack of airflow will extend drying times. Last·n·Last
Clear Polyurethane Wood Finish completely cures within 2 weeks.
up: Use paint thinner, mineral spirits or turpentine to clean
brushes and applicators.
Last•n•Last Clear Polyurethane Wood Finish 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