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Yacht Varnish is an easy-to-use ultra-high gloss ultraviolet-resistant clear varnish. It is a super durable traditional marine varnish based on innovative polymer alkyd materials and offers an exceptional film build with outstanding non-yellowing properties. It offers 98% effective UV protection, repels water ingression and maintains the look with a clean hardwearing mirror finish. Our Yacht Varnish can be applied direct to the surface with a soft brush or spray gun. It offers good flow, high flexibility, high gloss retention and long-lasting properties even in extreme conditions. Its ease of use and high performance make it the first choice marine varnish for many boat owners.
It is suitable for interior and exterior application. Ideal for a wide variety of above the waterline materials such as wood, existing alkyd paints and existing varnishes. It gives a high clarity finish for light coloured timbers.
Traditional general purpose varnish
Non-yellowing – no polyurethane
98% UV reflective
Superb protection of the underlying coat
Our recommended choice of varnish
Brush, Roller, Spray
10m² per litre
Drying Times @ 20°C
12 months in original sealed container
A smoother finish will be achieved by increasing sanding prep and the number of coats.
Good Condition - Clean the surface. Sand with 280-320 grit. Remove sanding dust with tack rag.
Poor Condition - Remove previous coatings.
Bare Wood - Ensure the surface is thoroughly degreased. Sand smooth with 80-180 grit and then 280 grit paper. Remove sanding dust by brushing, dusting and wiping. If wiping with solvent then allow to dry completely before applying the first coat.
Priming bare wood: Thin the first coat by 10-15% with Thinner.
Brush - Apply a minimum of 3 unthinned coats, more if using a roller. For best results sand smooth between coats with 320-400 grit paper. Avoid using direct from the can. Pour the amount you expect to use in a separate container.
Roller - Lay off with a brush or pad otherwise air bubbles may become trapped in the film.
Airless Spray - Pressure: 176210 bar. Tip Size: 13651580.
Conventional Spray - Pressure: 2-3 bar. Tip Size: 1.1-1.4 mm. Thin 20-25% with 2611.
Airmix Spray - Pressure: 2 bar. Tip Size: 06-113. For best results sand lightly between coats with 320-400 grade paper.