Sunshield is a high quality wood coating which provides a beautiful
natural appearance and outstanding protection for all exterior wood
surfaces. Easy and simple to apply, ideal for homes, cottages, doors
and similar applications for durability and weather-resistance. This
product is not to be applied to walked on surfaces. (See Sunshield Deck
and Fence Stain informaion) This product is available in clear as well
Sunshield is fortified with U.V. absorbers to protect the wood from
harmful bleaching effects of ultra-violet rays from the sun and assuring
that wood properly coated with Sunshield retains its original colour
with as little maintenance as possible. This superior wood coaring is
formulated to prevent flaking and discolouration of surfaces providing
the application instructions are adheard to. Sunshield has extraordinary
flexibility allowing the finish to expand and contract with the wood
through extreme climate changes. The finish resists crackin, chipping
Available in the following colors:
Stir throughly before applying and every 15-20 minutes while applying.
Sunshield can be applied in temperatures as low as 7°C (45°F).
Exercise extreme care that the wood is absolutely dry before application.
Apply generously to board ends to prevent moisture penetration. Apply
3 coats on initial application in the same year, allow 96 hours (4 days)
drying time before applying the next coat.
best results where any surface is exposed to maximum daytime sunlight
we reccommend C-TONE (3 coats) on initial application. It should be
noted that C-TONE will expose the natural warmth of the grain of the
wood and although at first it appears slightly dark, will in time lighten
due to increased U.V. exposure.
should be brushed throughly into the surface. If rollers or spray guns
are used in the application, Sunshield cannot gurantee the results.
Sunshield is not recommended for floors, steps or walking surfaces.
Sunshield may be applied over previously coated surfaces provided those
surfaces are properly prepared, sanded or stripped as required. It should
be noted that when the finish begins to slightly dull and loose its
shine it is time to apply one good recoat. (This depends on the exposure
(1) U.S. quart (946 mL) covers 95 sq ft. or 8 sq. metres. Rough wood
coverage would be approximately 15% to 20% less coverage. For clean
up, use mineral spirits. If spills are allowed to dry, paint remover
may be necessary to remove the product. If applying to smooth or sanded
wood, please consult your dealer regarding potential mill glaze problems.