HV’Art Lacquer Paint is a very forgiving single-pack Acrylic waterborne topcoat suitable for coating a wide range of Interior Surfaces.
It is formulated for excellent hand application properties, with hardness and chemical resistance much above domestic paints. The exceptional structure enables vertical hold far beyond domestic products, excellent for use in situ.
Lacquer paint has very even matting and smoothness, giving exceptional flow-out and silk feel.
Lacquer Paint is manufactured across a range from a Deep Matt through to an almost Wet-Look. Honed 10 Classic 15 Ceramic 90*
Lacquer Paint is available in limitless classic & bespoke colours, including popular domestic references. *Ceramic 90 is available in a bespoke range of carefully selected colours to cover the full colour spectrum.
AREA OF USE:
All woodwork, joinery, furniture, kitchen cabinets & trim including picture frames, skirting board, doors & staircases. Wall surfaces, ceilings, coving.
METHOD OF APPLICATION:
Synthetic brush & fine-haired rollers
Depending on requirements of Flow-out & build, thin with drinking water up to max. 20%.
Solids content (%): 34%
Specific gravity (kg/l): 1.1 ± 0.030 Viscosity (DIN 4 at 20°C) 190’’ ± 10’’ VOC Content: 37 g/ltr
Drying time (100 g/m2 at 20°C): Dust free: 30’ Touch dry: 60’
Sandable: 4 hours
Surfaces previously prepared with two or more coats of GSP or GSP+ properly dried and well sanded.
Stir the product well before application to disperse any possible sedimentation. This operation is essential to ensure even matting on the substrate.
Overcoat if required with Lacquer Clear, in the desired sheen level. This can be useful for creating low matt finishes in dark colours.
Drying of waterborne products must take place at temperatures not below 15°C and at a relative humidity preferably not exceeding 85%. Out of these limits, there is a slowing down of the drying and/or formation of a less hard and resistant film. It is always advisable for drying to be forced, with air previously de-humidified and warm (20-30°C).