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Bartoline Knotting Solution

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460300700005100
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Bartoline Patent Knotting solution is a quick drying alcohol-based natural lacquer and synthetic resin solution suitable for sealing knots and resinous areas of bare timber prior to the application of paints, waxes or polishes.

The film-forming resins in Patent Knotting are unaffected by natural tree sap as well as being insoluble in hydrocarbon solvents such as White Spirit, which are normally used in traditional alkyl-based primers and decorative coatings. The insolubility and oil-resistance of this resin prevents any interaction between the paint and the softwood sap resins which remain concentrated around the knots. Touch dry in 5-10 minutes and can be re-coated after 30 minutes under normal conditions.

  • C&C disabled No
  • Surface Interior Wood, Exterior Wood
  • Number of Coats 2
  • QTY in Pack 1 Pack
  • Product Application Brush
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