Linitop Classic

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At A Glance...

  • Solvent-based woodstain available in 14 colours
  • High solids content means twice the protection per coat
  • Highly flexible film to minimise the risk of peeling and flaking
  • Long-lasting with excellent UV resistance
  • Semi-transparent with a matt sheen finish to enhance the wood’s natural beauty

 

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Description

Linitop Classic is a solvent-based decorative wood stain which colours the surface of the wood. With a semi-transparent, matt sheen finish it allows the grain to show through, enhancing the natural beauty of the wood. It is available in 14 different coloured finishes, including clear, and is suitable for use on vertical wood surfaces, both interior and exterior.

With a thixotropic formula (meaning it’s like a gel) which will not run, Linitop Classic is easy to apply using a brush, roller or sprayer and with usual application requiring only 2 coats it’s quick to complete too. Linitop Classic contains a high solid content at 60% which allows it to give superb UV protection – twice the protection per coat of other wood stains. It can even be applied on top of another wood stain and has excellent resistance to bad weather.

For an even richer colour, you can use a basecoat of Linitop Primer & Finish which will penetrate the wood, staining the fibres. You can then continue with 2 coats of Linitop Classic in the usual manner to achieve a particularly rich colour but still get the enhanced UV protection.

What can I use Linitop Classic decorative wood stain for?

  • Protecting wooden doors, windows and frames
  • Decorating beams, panelling and other interior wood
  • Providing UV protection for sheds and summer houses
  • Giving excellent weather resistance to gates and fencing
  • Protecting exterior wood from bad weather

Restrictions

Except for use on Red Cedar and wood types containing an anti-oxidant e.g Iroko. Avoid wood types rich in resins. Contact us for further information.