We no longer stock 1L tins of Armafloor and only have 5L tins available to purchase.
Key Features: Rystix Interior Armafloor (Water Based) has an ultra long life of up to 8 years, is hard wearing and abrasion resistant. This product will not discolour and timber and is not subject to marking due to edge line drying.
Ideal for: Any indoor timber – interior wooden floors subject to high wear and traffic volumes but can be used on any internal wooden objects such as bar counters or furniture.
Coverage and Drying: 10 - 15m2 per litre coverage. Touch dry – 30 minutes. 4 hours drying time between coats (drying time may vary according to the porosity of the substrate, season and temperature).
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Armafloor is an ultra quick drying, low odour product. Armafloor’s quick drying characteristics even at low temperatures will facilitate substantial time/cost savings. The product is self levelling and not subject to line off (marking due to edge line drying). Armafloor is designed to be spread in a thin film on the surface of the timber and has a superb smooth application with a very good coverage rate. Best application methods are with lambs wool applicators, pad applicators or by brush.
The refurbishment process for Timbacare is different to that for most other varnishes on the market, in that these other products need to be removed from the surface of the timber (scraping or sanding) before re-coating can take place.
Where Timbacare has been previously used, it is only necessary to lightly sand and clean the surface with detergent water and allow it to dry before applying a fresh coating.
Armafloor is available as a clear finish in either Satin/Matt or Gloss but can be tinted to any colour by the addition of universal tints, however, Rystix advise the use of floor stains before over-coating with Clear ARMAFLOOR to ensure a homogenous colour finish both now and in the future when it comes to maintenance. . The clear finish enhances the natural beauty of all wood surfaces.
The sheen characteristics of the ‘Matt’ variant sits midway on a scale between high gloss and a flat dull matt and is thus effectively a satin finish.