INTERIOR OIL-BASED POLYURETHANE
An interior clear wood finish that self-levels for a smooth finish.
Resists ring marks, water spots, scuff marks, alcohol and household
chemicals. Outwears varnishes, lacquers and shellac. Never needs waxing
ZAR Interior Oil-Based Polyurethane brushes on easily to create a tough,
abrasion resistant finish for hardwood floors, cabinets, furniture, bar
tops, counter tops, wall paneling and woodwork. Self-leveling for a smooth
finish without brush marks. Resists scuff marks, alcohol and household
chemicals. A damp cloth renews the finish. Never needs wax. Child safe
when dry. Polyurethane Clear Wood Finish is America’s original Polyurethane.
It brushes on to create a tough, abrasion resistant finish for wood Floors,
cabinets, furniture, bars, counter tops, wall paneling and woodwork. Self-leveling
for a smooth finish. Resists scuff marks, alcohol and household chemicals;
a damp cloth renews the finish. ZAR Polyurethane Clear Wood Finishes never
need waxing or polishing. Covers 500 to 600 square feet per gallon.
New Wood: Sand smooth using fine sandpaper. Remove sanding dust
with tack rag or cloth dampened with paint thinner or mineral spirits.
Old Finishes in Good Condition: Remove grease, dirt and
wax. Sand lightly in the direction of the grain to remove any gloss. Clean
sanding dust with tack rag or cloth dampened with paint thinner or mineral
Old Finishes in Poor Condition, Lacquer or Shellac: Remove
completely. If the old finish contains wax or stearates, regardless of
condition, remove completely. Sand and remove sanding dust with tack rag
or cloth dampened with paint thinner or mineral spirits.
Interior Surfaces of Stained Steel or Fiberglass Entry Doors:
Do not sand stained door surface. Wood stain must be thoroughly dry.
Do not apply over wood fillers or finishes containing stearates.
Apply when air and surface temperatures are above 50°F. Stir ZAR Polyurethane
thoroughly before and during application. Stirring is not required for
ZAR Gloss Polyurethane finish. Do not shake!
Use a clean bristle brush or lambs wool applicator. Do not use a roller.
Dip the brush in the can and let excess drip off. Flow ZAR on. Avoid over
brushing which may trap air bubbles in the finish and result in streaks.
For best results apply 2 coats.
Allow ZAR Polyurethane to dry 4-6 hours. Temperature, humidity and film
thickness may affect drying time. If while sanding, sandpaper gums or
surface feels tacky, extend drying time.
Clean brushes and tools immediately after use with paint thinner or mineral
500-600 sq. ft. per gallon