Murga NC Lacquer
Murga NC Clear Lacquer is a high quality; Nitro Cellulose based quick drying clear lacquer. It is recommended for interior wooden furniture. You can use MURGA NC Clear Wood Finish to get either a Glossy Finish or Matt. MURGA NC clear sealer needs to be applied before application of the Finish.
|Technical Data||Drying Time|
|Method of Application Spray||Drying time at 30°C Touch dry 10 minutes|
|Spray Viscosity 18-20 secs on Ford Cup B4 at 30°C at a pressure of 30-40 p.s.i. (2.2 to 2.8 kg / cm2)||Sanding dry 3 to 4 hours|
|Recommended Thinner MURGA NC Thinner||Hard dry - overnight|
|Weight per Litre = 0.985 ± .05||Re coating time 1.5 to 2 hours at 30°C for sanding sealer|
|Covering Capacity 8-10 sq. mt / Litre per coat (85-100 sq. ft) depending on application and film thickness.||2 to 4 hours at 30°C for Clear Glossy / Matt
Finishes Matt or Glossy on what is used ss
|Number of Coats 1 to 2 coats of MURGA NC Sanding Sealer followed by 3 to 4 coats of MURGA NC Clear Glossy/Matt Finish.|
Directions For Use
Select seasoned wood for coating. If previously coated, remove the coating by sanding. Sand the surface with emery paper no. 180. This should be followed by smooth sanding with emery paper no. 320 or 400 and cleaning of the surface to remove dust. Apply MURGA NC Clear Sanding Sealer and allow to dry.
Sand the surface with emery paper no. 180 followed by emery paper no 320 or 400 and cleaning of the surface to remove loose dust.
Apply 1 to 2 coats of MURGA NC Clear Sanding Sealer and allow it to dry for 1.5 to 2 hours.
Smooth sand the surface with emery paper no. 180 followed by emery paper no 320 or 400 and cleaning of the surface to remove loose dust.
For making Sanding Sealer, mix 1 part by volume MURGA NC Clear Sanding Sealer with 1.5 to 2 parts by volume of MURGA NC Thinner. For Clear Glossy / Matt, mix 1 part by volume MURGA NC Clear Glossy/Matt with 1 part by volume of MURGA NC Thinner.
For optimum performance MURGA NC Clear Wood Finish must be applied at temperatures between 20 °C and 40 degree relative humidity not above 75%. At a very high humidity, the lacquer surface can appear whitish due to excessive quick evaporation.
After complete drying, buffing will enhance the gloss of the finish substantially. Buffing is not recommended for Matt Finish.