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Awlspar Classic Spar Varnish, Quart

$54.99

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Model # 12216859 | Mfg # OM3131/1QTUS | UPC # 841006055133

Specs

Awlspar Classic Spar Varnish, Quart

Name Value
Best Use Interior Woodwork or Exterior Brightwork Protection
Capacity 1 Quart
Color Clear Amber
Coverage 175 Square Feet/Quart
Cure time To Overcoat: 3 to 4 Hours; To Full Cure: 36 Hours
Finish High Gloss
Recommended Number of Coats 7 to 10
Type Phenolic Tung Oil

Spend less time varnishing and more time on the water with Awlspar Classic Spar Varinish.

With a short recoat time of just 3-4 hours, this varnish enables boaters to wrap their brightwork projects up quickly. The phenolic tung oil formula, which includes UV inhibitors, maximizes protection against water, weather and the damaging effects of the sun. Dries to a tough, high-gloss, amber film. For above the waterline use only. Quarts.

Key Features

  • Short 3-4 hour recoat time
  • UV inhibitors maximize protection against the sun
  • Quart size

Specifications

  • Recommended Usage: Interior woodwork or exterior brightwork protection
  • Formulation: Phenolic tung oil Additives: UV inhibitors
  • Application Methods: Brush, roll or spray
  • Drying Time: To overcoat: 3-4hrs.; To full cure: 36hrs.
  • Number of Coats Recommended: 7-10
  • Color: Clear/Amber Coverage: 700sq.ft./gal. @ 1 mil dry; 70-100sq.ft./gal. @ 7-10mils
  • Thinner: Brush: T0016, Model 11771201; Spray: T0180, Model 11771193

More Information

For detailed application instructions, see the Awlspar Varnish Data Sheet. NOTE: Manufacturer data sheets are subject to revision. Linked data sheets are believed to be accurate at the time of publication.

 WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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