Creates a protective surface film for interior solid timber; floors (timber and concrete), furniture, window frames and doors, OSB board and toys. A transparent, gloss, water resistant, open pored finish. Available in 7 colours. White, Clear, Mahogany, Walnut, Rosewood, Smoked Oak and Dark Walnut. Also suitable for kitchen cupboards and benches.
Not suitable for cabinet interiors.
Kunos highlights and deepens the natural colour of the woodgrain. 2-3 coats produce a velvety finish.
Water resistant in accordance with DIN 68 861 part 1 (German: Duetsche Industrial Norm).
Complies with DIN 53 160, fast to perspiration and saliva.
Certified suitable for toys - DIN EN 71 part 3.
First coat: 1 liter is sufficient for approx. 22 m² (45ml/m²) or 1 quart is sufficient for approx. 237 ft²
Second coat: 1 liter is sufficient for approx. 90 m² (11ml/m²) or 1 quart is sufficient for approx. 968 ft²
Third coat: 1 liter is sufficient for approx. 250 m² (4ml/m²) or 1 quart is sufficient for approx. 2690 ft²
To make the maths easier;
750ml is enough for 3 coats on 13 m²
2.5 Litres is enough for 3 coats on 40 m²
5 Litres is enough for 3 coats on 85 m²
10 Litres is enough for 3 coats on 170 m²
Ingredients: Depending on color in different proportions: Linseed oil, linseed oil - stand oil - natural resin ester, linseed oil - wood oil - stand oil, highly transparent iron oxide, titanium dioxide, natural resin glycerol ester, linseed oil - stand oil, orange oil, isoaliphates, silicic acid, micronized wax, pine oil, rosemary oil, dehydrated amino sugar and drying agents. Free of lead.
Made in Germany.
Kunos with Japan Black and shellac, 18th Aug 2016
Reviewer: Haydn Washington
I took up old carpet in house in Rylstone and found lovely thick cypress boards painted with japan black and with shellac over that round the edges. Hence I wanted a product that could be tinted (black oil based enamel)but that could also go on over the shellac and into scratches etc. The outcome with Kunos was pretty good, certainly much better than how it was. I did this as floor sanders refused to do the job as Japan Black gums up the sanding disks bigtime. With some rugs, this solution worked well, with black tinted Kunos on light areas and a coat without tint over all the floor.