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Ultra-clear

  • Introduction
  • Advantages
  • Uses
  • Application
  • Technical Info
  • Cleanup
  • Storage

Ultra-Clear is a water borne acrylic, elastomeric membrane that is formulated as a clear product and which provides superb sealing qualities. It penetrates deep into the surface and reduces oil, grease, acids, and alkalis seeping into the surface and causing deterioration. The acrylic resin enables it to bridge hair line and minor cracks within the substrate. It also keeps dust down and forms a durable waterproofed surface, which is chemical and abrasion resistant. Ultra-Clear is used alone as waterproofing coating where the natural colour is to be preserved, such as face brick, wooden doors and window frames, roof tiles, stones, etc. Furthermore, it could also be used as reinforcement to fibreglass to gain maximum benefit.

Ultra-Clear is available in 2 versions:
Additional advantages include:
  • Protective coating for tiles, walls, and roofs etc.
  • Waterproof coating for preserving of natural surfaces
  • Lengthens life of roof, concrete, wood etc
  • Protects surface against efflorescence
  • Stain resistance
  • Does not turn yellowish with age
  • Heat resistance
  • Good adhesion
  • Non-toxic and odour free
Ultra-Clear UV
  • Protects surface against efflorescence
  • Ultraviolet, heat and stain resistant
  • Does not yellow with age
  • Good adhesion and flexibility
  • Non-toxic and odour free
  • Satin finish
Ultra-Clear Gloss
  • Interior use only
  • Semi gloss finish

VARNISHES are used alone as a waterproofing coating on surfaces where the natural colour is to be preserved, such as face brick, wooden doors and window frames, roof tiles, stones, etc. it could also be used as a reinforcement to fibreglass to gain maximum benefit.

Remove laitance from concrete , oil, grease, fat deposits, and chemical components form the surface. Concrete should be left at least 28 days before application. Old weathering surfaces should be washed with a high-pressure jet, sandblasting, or other mechanical means. All wooden areas should be wiped with a damp cloth. Wooden surfaces previously varnished, must be stripped down, and sanded. Ensure application is carried out under suitable weather conditions.

In the event that varnish is applied on an area, where there is a consistent water flow there will be a sheen appearing. A period of drying time and the sheen will go away. (Bleaching)

Surface Preparation

Storage and application
Keep containers well sealed at moderate temperatures
Clean up
Clean all equipment thoroughly with water immediately after use
Colours
Wet - Milky colour. Dry - Transparent or colour of choice
Solids (% by volume)
51% - 1%
Gloss
Semi-gloss or Satin
Spreading rate
10 - 15 m2 per litre (1 coat depending on substrate)
 
Material Safety Data Sheet

Clean all equipment thoroughly with water immediately after use.

Keep containers well sealed.
Store at moderate temperatures.