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Types of Exterior Wood Coatings - Waterborne & UV Curable - Green Light Coatings Wood Coatings:

 

Rustic System

 

The GL-6400/6800 Sealer/Topcoat System is a 3 Coat System that is tinted and colored using the highest quality, UV absorbing colorants available on the planet!  They are then enhanced by the use of additional UV absorbers and stabilizers.

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Basecoat

 

GL-6400 is a waterborne exterior acrylic basecoat or sealer that is ultra low in volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) and contains zero hazardous air pollutants (HAP’s).  The chemistry of the GL-6400 is based on exterior grade acrylic polymers and the use of UV absorbers to ensure color fastness.

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Topcoat

 

GL-6800 is a waterborne exterior acrylic topcoat that is low in volatile compounds (VOC’s) and ultra-low in hazardous air pollutants (HAP’s).  The chemistry of the topcoat is based on exterior grade acrylic polymers and the use of UV absorbers to ensure color fastness.

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Deck Stains

 

The GL-6200 series deck stains are either semi-transparent or opaque, pigment waterborne stains.  They have been engineered to provide the ultimate in performance and beauty.  They outperform all competitive systems tested, oil based or waterborne in composition.

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General Tech Tips

 

General Tech Tips

 

1.   The GreenLight CoatingsTM products must be applied and allowed to fully dry only when the temperature of the surrounding air, surface, and coating is between 50o and 90o F.

2.   Do not attempt to apply and dry the products outdoors during rain, fog or wet weather or when threat of such occurs.

3.   Do not apply to a surface hot to the touch nor on wood of excessive moisture content (hardwood species should be between 5% and 8%; sapwood and oily wood species should be between 12% and 18%).

4.   All layers should be applied at a wet thickness between 3.5 mil to 6.0 mil (the use of a wet film gauge is recommended).  Coverage will be approximately 350 ft2 to 400 ft2 per gallon.

5.   Drying – Periods of high humidity, low temperatures, and/or application of thick coats will result in longer dry times.  CIRCULATING WARM AIR WILL SPEED DRYING.

 
 
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