Eurothane is a modern urethane varnish with the appearance of a traditional alkyd formulation. Eurothane resists yellowing, and does not possess the "plastic” appearance common to may urethanes. Eurothane Varnish is easy to apply and dries to a hard finish protecting wood against abrasion, alcohol and water. This formulation results in an elastic and durable finish and is compatible with most modern urethane or traditional varnishes. We suggest that when applying this varnish over an existing finish, test it for compatibility on a small, unobtrusive area before proceeding with the work. Eurothane is clear and colorless. It is available in High Gloss, Satin and Matte finishes, all intermixable to achieve any intermediate level of gloss desired. Similar to other finishes, High Gloss provides the hardest and most durable film. Satin provides a low-luster, hand-rubbed appearance, while Matte virtually "disappears” due to its non-reflective quality. .75L container covers 120 square feet.
Fine Paints of Europe
Surfaces to be varnished should be dry, free of dust, chalk, grease and any foreign material which would affect adhesion. Dust and chalk, etc should be eliminated. Remove grease and wax with denatured alcohol. Sound, previously varnished surfaces must be dulled by light sanding. Tools: Use a first quality, clean natural bristle brush, or lambswool applicator for floors. Surface should be lightly sanded with very fine sand paper (we recommend 600 grit silicon carbide wet/dry paper that is lubricated with mineral spirits) and tacked between coats. To ensure maximum durability of Eurothane Satin and Matte finish, apply two coats of Eurothane High Gloss before applying the finish coat of Satin or Matte. On previously varnished surfaces: Varnished surfaces which are sound should be sanded, cleaned thoroughly and wiped down with a clean cloth impregnated with denatured alcohol. Apply two or more coats of Eurothane, allowing twenty-four hours of drying time between coats. Surface should be lightly sanded with fine paper – 220 grit – and tacked between coats. To ensure maximum durability of Eurothane Satin or Matte finish, apply two coats of Eurothane High Gloss before applying the finish coat of Satin or Matte. Drying time: 2 to 4 hours tack free 24 hours recoatable.