Perma-Chink Sure Shine Satin, 18.93 L

  • Branch: Calgary, Edmonton, Kelowna, Prince George, Saskatoon, Winnipeg
  • Brand: Perma-Chink
Perma-Chink Sure Shine Satin is a very durable indoor clear finish. It is suitable for all your wood floors and any other interior surface where you want a shiny finish. Since it is water based and fast drying, multiple coats can be applied in a single day. Sure Shine can be used to re-coat older oil based floor finishes. Sure Shine cures to a smooth, hard surface that resists scuffing and abrasion. It prevents discolorations from water and most household cleaners and chemicals. Learn more about Perma-Chink.
  • Low odor
  • Fast drying
  • Very low VOC formula
Preparation: Wood surfaces should be dry and cleaned of all oils, grease, wax, dirt and dust. For best results wipe the entire area to be finished with a clean rag prior to application. If an oil-based stain has been applied to the wood, allow it to dry for at least three weeks then wipe it down with a clean cloth before applying Sure Shine. Recommended Application Equipment: Use a synthetic bristle brush, foam brush or applicator pad to apply thin coats of Sure Shine. Do not use a roller or other types of applicators that apply thick coats! Sure Shine may be applied with an airless sprayer with back-brushing. Walls, Cabinets and Trim: If applying to wood walls, cabinets or trim, first apply Llifeline Interior stain or Prelude Clear Wood Primer. Once the stain or primer has dried to the touch, the first coat of Sure Shine can be applied. Sure Shine should never be applied to green logs or wood with a moisture content in excess of 20%. Application: Use a paint paddle to gently stir Sure Shine before using. Do not shake container or agitate as this creates foam that may result in air bubbles within the finish. Sure Shine is made to be used "as is." Do not dilute Sure Shine with water or any other solvent. Do not tint.Stir well before and during use. Apply thin coats of Sure Shine using smooth, even strokes in the same direction as the wood grain. Do one or two boards at a time ending at wood joints, walls or doorways to prevent lap marks. After applying the first coat, allow it to dry to the touch (typically one to two hours) then lightly sand smooth using fine (180 grit or higher) sandpaper or buffing brush. Do not allow sanding procedure to build up excessive heat. Do not use steel wool! We do not recommend sanding between subsequent coats. Although a minimum of three coats is recommended for new or worn wood floors, additional coats will add luster and depth to the finish.