Sherwin Williams brings you the performance of a 2-component lacquer in one.
Sherwin Williams Parquet One is a fast drying single pack, water-based 100% polyurethane parquet lacquer for wooden floors with a high level of resistance to common household liquids. It is designed for application to internal hardwood and softwood floors in domestic and wide range of commercial uses such as shops, offices, restaurants, public buildings and sports floors. Note this product is not suitable in bathrooms as reaction with water is likely. It is available in Matt, Satin and Gloss Finish.
Parquet One is an innovative, waterborne, one component formula, that reacts with oxygen and performs like a two-component. No mixing is required and it can be used straight out of the can.
It's ideal for interior floor surfaces such as solid wood like Oak, Mahogany, Teak, Acacia, Ash and Walnut; and engineered wood such as Oak, Ash and Walnut. It will dry to a non-yellowing, hard wearing finish. It is available in any sheen you desire (Gloss, Satin, Matt, Dead Matt and Natural) and is perfect on top of one of our Sopur Harmony stains.
Sherwin Williams Parquet One is blended with the purest raw materials and is manufactured in Sweden. It’s versatile and ideal for use on wood floors in offices, smaller shops, hotel rooms and similar locations and as a premium choice for homes. Highly recommended for plank floors and floors with underfloor heating.
- 1K simplicity with 2K performance
- No side-bonding, ideal for underfloor heating, plank floors etc
- Dispersion mainly consisting of plant-based oil
- Excellent resistance to scuff marks and common chemicals
- GreenGuard approved for low indoor emissions.
|Coverage||Approx 8–10m2 per litre|
|Application||Roller or Brush|
|Drying Time||Touch dry and ready to recoat in 1.5 hours @ 20°C. Light use in 24 hours|
|Coats||2 to 4 coats depending on traffic|
|Cleanup||Clean directly after using water|
|Storage||1 Year if can kept dry and firmly shut and away from direct sunlight|
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Ensure floor is acclimatized to its end-use environment, well sanded, dry and free from sanding dust, oil, wax and other contamination. Allow lacquer to reach room temperature, insert filter and shake the container thoroughly before use.
Optimal application conditions are between 18–25°C and 30–60% relative air humidity. High temperatures and low humidity shorten, low temperatures and high humidity lengthen drying time. Minimum temperature for use is 13°C.
Apply the lacquer using a Roller or Brush. Apply with a smooth flowing motion alternately across and with the grain of the wood avoiding accumulations of product. Always maintain a “wet edge” to avoid overlaps. Allow to dry before applying further layers of lacquer. Anticipate slightly longer drying time for each layer that is applied.
If necessary make an intermediate sanding using a screen or sand with grit P150 (or finer) and remove dust before applying the final layer of lacquer.
Note: If the previous layer of lacquer has been allowed more than 24 hours drying time then an intermediate sanding is always required.
The floor will take light foot traffic approximately 8 hours after the final application. Allow the surface to dry for at least 1 week before covering with carpets or other floor coverings, or loading with heavy objects. Also avoid damp mopping the floor during this time.
Clean the floor with suitable wooden floor cleaner and a microfibre pad. For maintenance and upkeep of the surface, floors can be overcoated at intervals with additional coats of lacquer. The frequency of this operation can be greatly reduced if wooden floor refresher is applied periodically. This will restore the appearance of a dull floor whilst still allowing further coats of lacquer to be applied without the need for sanding the floor back to bare timber.