Kiva – Durable furniture lacquer
Kiva Furniture Lacquer, semi-matt
Give your furniture a new life
Waterborne Kiva Furniture Lacquer withstands heavy wear and is the right choice for giving furniture surfaces a beautiful translucent finish. You can leave the surfaces wood-coloured or tint them to match the colours of your home.
For a variety of uses
Kiva Furniture Lacquer can be used on furniture as well as paneled walls, wooden ceilings, doors, and similar wood surfaces. Kiva is a durable product that has received the Finnish Key Flag symbol.
Choose your colour
Kiva Furniture Lacquer can be tinted to the colours in the Interior Wood Stains and Lacquers colour card. The colour card includes 30 translucent colours.
Protect your furniture
Kiva Furniture Lacquer is also suitable for the protective lacquering of painted and stained surfaces.
(Previous date 21.12.2011)
Kiva 30, Semi-Matt Furniture Lacquer
Single pack waterbased acrylic lacquer for use on dry interior wood surfaces according to instructions for use. Kiva Furniture Lacquer can also be used for protective lacquering of painted and stained surfaces. Not suitable for use on floors (use Parketti-Ässä Floor Lacquer for lacquering floors).
8-14 m2/litre per coat. Actual spreading rate will depend upon texture, porosity and hardness of the wood.
Brush, sponge or spray.
Dust dry in approx. 1/2 hour and recoatable after 2-3 hours. Ready to use the following day. The lacquered surface will reach final hardness after approx. 2 weeks. Hard stress, cleaning and placing of sticking and hot objects on the lacquered surface should be avoided during this time.
Resists well oils and greases.
Clean the surface from dirt and dust. Wet with clean water so as to expose loose wood fibres, allow to dry and sand down. Remove sanding dust.
Previously lacquered surface:
Wash the surface with Maalipesu Cleaning Agent and rinse carefully with water. Sand the surface matt. Completely remove existing coatings that are in poor condition with paint removal agent or by sanding. Treat like new wood surface.
The surfaces are cleaned with a soft brush, damp cleaning cloth or sponge and neutral (pH 6-8) washing detergent. The surface may not remain wet. Very dirty surfaces can be cleaned with a slightly alkaline (pH 8-10) detergent using e.g. a cleaning cloth or sponge. Rinse the surface carefully.
according to Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008
Safety data sheet
InstructionsConsumption varies depending on the surface to be treated and its condition. Absorption is affected e.g. by the surface roughness, moisture content level of timber and porosity. For example, log surface that has been untreated for a long time takes a lot more wood finish than a new surface to be treated.
When calculating the consumption, note that the consumption for round logs is 1.5 times higher than normal. Please also note the corner joints in the surface area.