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Dulux Trade Diamond Glaze Varnish Clear Satin

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  • Durability Durability Scrubbable
  • Product Type Product Type Water Based
  • Recoat Time Recoat Time 2-4 Hours
  • Application Method Application Method Brush, Roller
  • Coverage Coverage 12-25m² per litre depending on the wood

Ideal for interior wood exposed to high wear, such as floors and bannisters, Dulux Trade Diamond Glaze is the perfect solution, providing 10 times tougher protection than conventional varnish. The water-based formula has excellent coverage of up 25m2/L on smooth wood. Diamond Glaze can also be applied to doors, trim and furniture where wear and tear protection is required.

This product comes in a Clear Satin finish and is also available in a Clear Gloss finish.

Applying Dulux Trade Diamond Glaze Varnish

For optimum results, stir well before use but try not to whip the glaze to avoid frothing which will leave air bubbles when applied. Using a brush or mohair pile roller, apply 2-3 coats to a clean, dry surface. Seal all new or bare wood by applying one coat of Clear Gloss Diamond Glaze before following up with the regular 2-3 coats afterwards. 

Apply evenly and consistently along the woodgrain taking care to keep the wet edge. We recommend applying a small test area first to check adhesion and appearance. When recoating allow at least 2 hours between coats. Rub down lightly along the grain between coats using a fine-grade adhesive paper. Light foot traffic is possible after 24 hours but to prevent possible damage to the floor while the full mechanical resistance develops, avoid heavy wear and do not replace carpet or rugs or move furniture for at least 7 days after application.

Dulux Trade Diamond Glaze Varnish

  • Tough, clear finish
  • Trade-quality finish
  • Also available in clear gloss
  • C&C disabled No
  • Weight 1.000000
  • Colour-match No
  • Application Brush, Roller
  • Product Application Brush or roller
  • Coverage 12-25m² per litre depending on the wood
  • Touch Dry 1-2 Hours
  • Recoatable 2-4 Hours
  • Number of Coats 2
  • QTY in Pack 1 Pack
  • Surface Interior Wood
  • Water or Oil Based Water Based
Customer Questions
Would this be ok for a commercial floor in cafe?
Yes, Dulux Trade Diamond Glaze Varnish Clear Satin is suitable for a commercial cafe floor.
can it be used on concrete?
No, We do not recommend the Dulux Trade Diamond Glaze Varnish on concrete
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