Solvent-borne priming oil for treatment of wooden surfaces outdoors before top coating is applied. It contains agents that give the wood effective protection against blue stain fungi, mildew and wood rot.
Ideal uses - priming on planked and log surfaces, porches, jetties, garden furniture and similar untreated wooden surfaces.
Surfaces primed with Woodex Base should be top coated as soon as possible. Suitable top coatings are Teknos´ water- and solvent-borne wood stains, primers, facade paints and furniture paints for wooden surfaces outdoors.
Woodex Base is absorbed well into all kinds of wooden surfaces and it is also suitable for oily wood sorts such as oak, teak, mahogany, so-called hardwood etc.
Apply Woodex Base to a clean and dry surface with a soft brush, by spraying or by dipping. Treat end grain and other porous areas several times.
The surface to be treated must be dry. The moisture of the wood must be below 20 % of the dry weight of the wood. During the application and drying period the temperature of the ambient air, the surface and the priming oil should be above +5 °C and the relative air humidity below 80 %.