Priming oil for untreated wood
Priming is an important part of painting
Valtti Akvabase is a nature and user-friendly choice
The best pretreatment for wood
Modern, long-lasting, waterborne protective wood pretreatment for untreated log and board surfaces. Is absorbed into the wood and improves topcoat adhesion. Slows down the impact of blue stain and dry rot and helps the entire coating system to stay clean.
Is absorbed into wood
Finish with any product you wish
A wooden surface treated with protective Valtti Akvabase priming oil can be treated with any water- or solvent-borne finish or paint. It is essential to apply the topcoat as soon as possible after priming.
(Previous date 27.12.2006)
Valtti Akvabase - Full-matt waterborne priming oil
For protection and priming of timber and wooden structures before surface treatment. Suitable for sawn and planed timber, logs, thermally treated and impregnated wood in exterior use. Not to be used in interior surfaces. Not to be used on wood in direct contact with foodstuffs or animal nutrition. Use the product only as wood preservative as described in product data sheet and label.
Finishing coats are recommended to be applied as soon as possible, because colourless priming oil does not protect the wood surface from the adverse effects of sunlight.
Remove dirt, mould and any loose material. Wash down surfaces affected by mould with Mould Removal (Homeenpoisto) or Tehopesu (Power Clean) solution according to directions of use.
Protect other surfaces and plants from splashes of Valtti Akvabase.
according to Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008
safety Data Sheet - VALTTI AKVABASE
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.