Protect your wooden floors with the tough and durable 1K Parquet Performance
Sherwin Williams Parquet Performance is an ultra durable, fast drying single pack, water-based 100% polyurethane parquet lacquer for wooden floors with a high level of chemical resistance. It meets BS 7044 (Part 4) 1990 for slip resistance. It is designed for application to internal hardwood and softwood floors in domestic and wide range of commercial uses such as shops, offices, restaurants, night clubs, dance floors, public buildings and sports floors. Please note this product is not suitable in bathrooms as reaction with water is likely.
Sherwin Williams Parquet Performance is one of thes toughest and fastest drying one-pack lacquer for wooden floors exposed to extreme wear, allowing full traffic to be resumed in just 12 hours. It is used in hotels, restaurants and other areas, where short downtime is essential.
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 (Satin, Matt and Dead Matt) and is perfect on top of one of our Sopur Harmony stains.
It is blended with the purest raw materials and is manufactured in Sweden. It's an ideal choice for shops and public locations where minimal downtime is important and the highest possible durability is required. Its low emissions and low odour make it possible to use without vacating the adjacent areas and ensures there is no lingering smell.
- Ultimate speed and durability
- Allows full traffic after 12 hours
- Easy and safe to apply
- Very low odour
- Recommended for schools and nurseries
|Coverage||Approx 8-10m2 per litre|
|Application||Roller (Microfibre/fleece) or Brush|
|Drying Time||Touch dry and ready to recoat in 1.5 hours @ 20°C|
2 to 4 coats depending on light, normal or heavy traffic
|Cleanup||Clean directly after using water|
|Storage||1 Year if can kept dry and firmly shut and away from direct sunlight|
Health & Safety Data Sheet
Here at AllFinishes we take health and safety seriously and recommend you use the correct protection for the job. Disregarding safety equipment can be damaging and result in long term health conditions. Please check out our Moldex range for high quality respirators and hearing protection.
Ensure floor is acclimatized to its end-use environment, well sanded, dry and free from sanding dust, oil, wax and other contamination. Allow lacquer and hardener to reach room temperature.
Optimal application conditions are between 18–25°C and 30–60% relative air humidity. High temperatures and low humidity shorten drying time; low temperatures and high humidity lengthen drying time. Minimum temperature for use is 13°C.
Apply the lacquer using a Brush or Roller. 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 properly before applying further layers. Anticipate slightly longer drying time for each layer that is applied.
If necessary make an intermediate sanding using grit P150 (or finer) and remove dust before applying a 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 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 a wooden floor freshen up product 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.