Plus Polyurethane Varnishes
Approximately 450-500 sq.ft./gallon, depending on the condition of the
This product may be applied by brush or spray
Brush - None
Spray - 8 to 1 with V-97 Synthetic Thinner
Handle - 8 Hours
Topcoat - 18-24 Hours
Use Xylene or MIBK
Removing existing paint from surfaces by means of sanding, scraping, or
other mechanical means may create dust or particles containing lead. Avoid
creating dust or other debris. BREATHING OR EATING LEAD-CONTAINING DUST
OR DEBRIS CAN CAUSE HEALTH PROBLEMS, ESPECIALLY FOR CHILDREN AND PREGNANT
Polyguard Plus is a high-build coating with non-yellowing properties formulated
for maximum abrasion resistance. It is enhanced with polyurethane and
silicone to provide a tough, long lasting finish.
Where to use
Polyguard Plus is ideal for coating new or properly prepared previously
finished cabinets, woodwork, paneling and fine furniture.
Surface preparation is a key factor in proper finishing. The surface must
be clean, dry, and free of dirt, grease, and mildew. Fill holes and cracks
with paste wood filler. Sand new wood before applying Polyguard Plus.
Previously finished wood must have all of the old finish completely removed
and the surface properly sanded before applying Polyguard Plus. If the
old surface cannot be properly prepared, use Vanguard's Van-O-Var Varnish
to finish the surface.
Apply only when the air temperature and that of the surface to be finished
are above 50 degrees F. Stir thoroughly before using. Apply a full even
coat by brush or spray. Sand lightly between coats with fine sandpaper.
V-20 Gloss Polyguard Plus
V-21 Satin Polyguard Plus
Gallons, quarts, and pints
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