We will reply to your comment shortly· 09/20/2022550 VOC.
Messmers Hardwoods 1 Gallon
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Messmer's UV Plus for Hardwood Decks is a premium natural wood finish which protects and beautifies exterior wood decks and other wood projects. For dense exotic hardwoods like Ipe, Mahogany, Brazilian Redwood, Massaranduba, Meranti, Pau Lupe, and Teak.
Messmer's UV Plus for Hardwood Decks allows you to protect and beautify your exotic wood while maintaining a natural appearance. It will change the color of the wood but not the texture, and will not obscure the natural wood grain. UV Plus for Hardwood Decks is available in two attractive colors, Natural and Red Mahogany.
UV Plus for Hardwood Decks is a one coat product and does not require any top coats or pretreatments before application. You can use it on decks and other exterior wood projects made from Ipe, Mahogany, Massaranduba, Pau Lupe, Teak and Brazilian Redwood.
All wood should be cleaned prior to coating.
Please see: Messmers Wood and Deck Cleaners/Brighteners
U.V. PLUS FOR HARDWOOD
- Trans-Oxide pigments to protect the wood from the sun?s harmful rays.
- Blend of natural and synthetic oils that condition and enhance the beauty of wood.
- Long lasting water repellency
- High solids content - 40%
- Reduces warping, shrinking and cracking of wood
- Penetrating Natural Oil Finish
- Exceptional color retention
FOR USE ON:
- Hardwood Decks
- Exterior hardwood surfaces
- For Original UV Plus Click Here
One Coat is suggested.
Smooth Wood: 200-300 square feet per gallon.
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We will reply to your comment shortly· 09/19/2022What is the VOC number of the product above?
We will reply to your comment shortly· 06/08/2021Am i able to use your restore a deck stripper and brightener on a ipe deck before applying messmers hardwood oil or should i use messmers cleaner and brightener?
We will reply to your comment shortly· 06/08/2021Use the RAD products.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 05/09/2017Tony Gambardella:
how to apply the product to the hardwood for quick drying. Brush rag roller?
Exterior stain pad is best:
We will reply to your comment shortly· 05/09/2017how to apply the product to the hardwood for quick drying. Brush rag roller?
We will reply to your comment shortly· 04/14/2016Use the regular Messmers for Cedar wood. Clean and brighten the wood for prep.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 04/13/2016What preparation is required to use Messieurs on new cedar? Which Messmer product do you recommend for cedar?
We will reply to your comment shortly· 02/26/2013Hard to say. If it is an opened container then it probably has gone bad. Yes it does settle.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 02/25/2013I have a 5 gallon container of Messmers hardwoods in the natural color that has been stored in the garage for 2 yrs. The temp doesn't go below freezeing. Is it still good to use? Also, does it have a pigment that settles and needs to be stired?
We will reply to your comment shortly· 07/17/2011All new wood needs to be prepped first before staining. Using a wood cleaner and a wood brightener is best to remove the mill glaze and "open" the wood pores.
We will reply to your comment shortly· 07/17/2011I'm building a 900 SFT Ipe deck this summer. I started laying decking on June 27th. Due to weather and limited work time, I'll be getting the last courses in at the end of this week (July 23) and putting on Messmers UV Plus for Hardwood natural sealant next week, so the boards have been out in the elements for about a month.
Should I use the cleaner/brightener before my first application? I have lots of fir trees overhead with some minor pitch fall on one section, but other than that, the wood is clean.
Also, I have scrubbed all the joints with dish detergent and a low-scratch scrubbing sponge to remove the excess anchor seal from the board surface. Do I need to do more before applying the UV Plus to get good coverage at the joints?
I look forward to your prompt response.