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Cabot's Exterior Clear

Cabot's Exterior Clear

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    DavidF

    DavidFGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

    • 6 reviews

    Cabot's Exterior Clear Gloss Spraypack 300g

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    Questions & Answers

    Terry D.

    Terry D.asked

    painting cane chairs on rainy days In a closed in shed is this advisable

    1 answer
    Cabot's
    Leah P.Cabot's

    Hi there Terry,

    Keeping the Chairs in a shed while they are drying should be fine. If the temperature drops below 10 degrees or exceed 35 degrees - we recommend holding off from coating.
    If it is raining, there may be a chance that the humidity is high, which can elongate the dry times.

    However - the Exterior Clear is not a suitable coating for furniture - please give us a call on 1800 011 006 so we can help you choose a more suitable coating.
    Our operating hours are Monday to Friday 7:30am to 7:00pm, Saturday 8:30am to 3:00pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm AEST.

    Cheers - Team Cabot's


    Mike

    Mikeasked

    can i thin this product with a little turps?

    2 answers
    DavidF
    DavidF

    Yes for oil based.

    Cabot's
    Leah P.Cabot's

    Hi Mike,

    Thanks for your question. Yes, you can thin the Oil based Exterior Clear with Mineral Turps.
    However, add no more than 10% of Mineral Turps to the Oil based Exterior Clear.

    If you would like to discuss this further, or need any advice on an up-coming project, give our Help & Advice team a call on 1800 011 006. Our operating hours are Monday to Friday 7:30am to 7:00pm, Saturday 8:30am to 3:00pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm AEST.

    Cheers - Team Cabot's


    Jeff B

    Jeff Basked

    Hi I have used the exterior clear satin on a beech timber. I have applied 3 coats and it feels rough in a few small areas. Should I use some fine steel wool to smooth them over?

    2 answers
    Cabot's
    Leah P.Cabot's

    Hi Jeff,

    We do recommend giving the coating a light sand with a fine grit sandpaper in between coats to remove any grain rise – this will help give you a nice smooth, even finish.

    To help fix this, give the timber a light sand and remove any sanding dust. Give the timber one last thin coat and it should look as good as new!

    If you would like to discuss this further, or need any advice on an up-coming project, give our Help & Advice team a call on 1800 011 006. Our operating hours are Monday to Friday 7:30am to 7:00pm, Saturday 8:30am to 3:00pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm AEST

    Cheers, Team Cabot’s

    DavidF
    DavidF

    in future, it may serve you well to work the timber prior to applying any kind of product. using a water bottle, spray water liberally across the wood surface and let dry. Doing so will raise the grain and any splinters. then lightly sand over the area with 600-800grit. clean thoroughly and then apply your product . Ideally you should not be working to the fix grain raise after product is applied.


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