Tintable protective wax for wood surfaces
Natural dirt-repellent surface
Versatile protective agent containing natural wax
Supi Sauna Wax
Colour for sauna benchesSupi Sauna Wax is Tikkurila’s tintable product for the treatment of all wooden surfaces in the sauna steam room. It is also suitable for treating sauna benches, paneled walls and ceilings, as well as doors and window frames.
Tintable protective wax
Supi Sauna Wax is a water-borne protective finish containing natural wax. Like a thin stain, it permeates the wood and gives it a naturally beautiful, silky matt protection. The ready-mixed colours are black, white, and grey. The product can be tinted to other colours.
Maintain the natural colour
Treatment with colourless Supi Sauna Wax maintains the natural colour of the wood, as it does not deepen the colour of wood like oil treatments.
No harmful substances evaporate into the indoor air.
(Previous date 01.04.2010)
Supi Sauna Wax
Supi Sauna Wax is absorbed into the wood and it forms a humid and dirt resistant surface.
Remove dirt and dust. Moisten lightly with water spray, let dry and sand loose wood fiber off. Remove sanding dust.
Old dirty and previously with e.g. Supi Sauna Finish treated wood surfaces:
Wash down with Supi Saunapesu Cleaning Agent according to instructions, rinse thoroughly and let dry. Sand and dust off. If any old substrate traces are left under the wax treatment, the end result will be more glossy than on untreated wood.
Supi Sauna Wax is not recommended to be used on oil-treated surfaces (e.g. with Supi Bench Protection), if oil is not worn off.
Protect floors well before treatment, because Supi Sauna Wax is absorbed easily into ceramic tile joints.
Clean the surface with Supi Saunapesu Cleaning Agent (1-2 dl of cleaning agent into 5 litres of water).
according to Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008
Safety data sheet
We have chosen 30 translucent colours to this colour card. The final appearance of translucent colours is always affected by the colour and porosity of timber as well as number of coats applied and gloss grade of the product.
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.