Interlux Sikkens Cetol® Marine Gloss with Next Wave™ UV-absorbing technology is a durable clear gloss protective wood finish, developed as a topcoat for Cetol Marine, Cetol Marine Light and Cetol Marine Natural Teak. Next Wave technology is the next generation of Cetol Marine from Sikkens with a unique UV-absorbing package, which is specialty resins and advanced UV absorbers that provide greater protection, durability and longevity. Cetol Marine Gloss provides a high gloss, hard wearing, UV protection and an easy to clean finish. It can be used where a gloss appearance is preferred on top of Cetol Marine, Cetol Marine Light and Cetol Marine Natural Teak. Do not use on decks.
Cetol Marine Natural Teak Finish can be used on exterior and interior hardwood varieties such as teak, mahogany and oak. Cetol products should only be applied above the waterline.
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How To Apply
HOW TO APPLY INTERLUX SIKKENS CETOL MARINE GLOSS FINISH
APPLICATION DATA METHOD: Brush
NUMBER OF COATS: 2-3
COVERAGE: 400 sq. ft/gal.
APPLICATION TEMP: 50°F Min. / 95°F Max.
THINNER: Do Not Thin
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Cetol® Marine Gloss is a gloss topcoat that can only be applied on top of a minimum of 2 coats of Cetol® Marine, Cetol® Marine Light or Cetol® Marine Natural Teak.
APPLICATION INFORMATION: The wood moisture content should be below 18%. Apply liberally using a long-haired bristle brush, smoothly, in the direction of the grain. Keep a wet edge to prevent lap marks and thoroughly saturate end grains where possible. Apply 2-3 coats of Cetol® Marine Gloss. Always allow 24 hours drying time in between coats. Sanding between coats is not recommended as this will result in a reduction of dry film thickness. Recommended film thickness must be applied to ensure effective product performance. Apply all coats within 1-2 weeks. Make regular inspections to all coated areas. Problem areas should be attended to immediately and maintenance coats should be routinely applied. If the coating is allowed to weather beyond the regular maintenance period of 1 year, returning this surface to excellent condition will be more difficult. Before application of a maintenance coat of Cetol® Marine Gloss, clean the surface with Interlux® All Purpose Boat Soap to remove any surface contaminants as per instructions on label. If blue fungi or mildew are present then they can be treated with Interlux Premium Teak Restorer with a nylon scruffing pad as per instructions on label. Rinse with fresh water and allow to dry. Sand lightly with 220-320 (grade) grit paper. After sanding, wipe with Interlux Special Thinner 216 and let to dry thoroughly prior to the application of the maintenance coat of Cetol® Marine Gloss. Cetol® Gloss is not suitable for use on immersed areas. If Cetol® Marine Gloss is spilled on gelcoat, remove immediately. Difficult stains may be removed from gelcoat with Interlux Fiberglass Solvent Wash 202. Do not allow excess Fiberglass Solvent Wash 202 to remain on gelcoat. For painted surfaces ONLY use Interlux Special Thinner 216. Do not allow excess Special Thinner 216 to remain on painted surfaces. Do not apply at temperatures within 3°C of dew point or in wet weather. Substrate temperature should be minimum 10°C/50°F and maximum 35°C/95°F. Ambient temperature should be minimum 10°C/50°F and maximum 35°C/95°F. Product tem perature should be no less than 10° C/50°F and maximum 35°C/95°F. Avoid painting in dire ct sunlight. Suitable for use on all types of wood including oily timbers such as Teak.
Information sourced from Interlux Sikkens Cetol Marine Application Guide.