Exterior wood can be affected by many factors, including rain, snow, mildew, mold and UV rays. For the best results on your project follow these guidelines when applying PPG ProLuxe™ wood finishes:
Note: New pressure treated lumber requires a six-week drying period. Water-repellant lumber requires one year of weathering prior to application. New rough-sawn wood should be dry-brushed using a brush with stiff bristles to remove loose dirt and fibers.
Follow these do’s and don’ts for an optimum result on your exterior project. For more information, please refer to the technical datasheets for your specific product.
We recommend performing a color test on a sample of the wood being used in the project with the number of coats required. This will confirm you get the color and sheen you desire.
Interior wood can be protected from fading and yellowing by proper care and application of finishes. For the best results on your project follow these guidelines when applying PPG ProLuxe wood finishes:
Note: For a smoother final finish, or before using stain, use 180 – 220 grit sandpaper after step 4 above. Avoid working in direct sunlight because of reduced open time and potential for uneven absorption.
For more information, please refer to the technical datasheets for your specific product.
When it comes to professional coating products, the PPG ProLuxe name is known for superior quality. Our mission has been to provide high quality products that protect and enhance the natural beauty of wood, and we're proud to have delivered. PPG ProLuxe products deliver a transparent furniture-like finish that compliments the appearance of your home.