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renner interior top coat gloss (available in 20, 60 & 90 gloss)

Renner Interior Top Coat (available in 20, 60 & 90 Gloss) is an acrylic polyurethane non yellowing resin based wood coating for Interior wooden surfaces. Available in different gloss levels.
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benefits

smooth finish

smooth finish

It provides an excellent finish that is smooth to touch.

reduced fibre swelling

reduced fibre swelling

It reduces the swelling of fibres to provide a levelled finish.

non yellowing on wood

non yellowing on wood

It comes with acrylic polyurethane non yellowing resins, so the colour is retained.

tough and durable

tough and durable

The film makes it one of the toughest & durable paints that forms a protective armour around surfaces.

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faqs

do any asian paints paint offer protection against termites?

Yes. If the entire furniture is coated with wood finish, it is difficult for the termites to attack the surface.

what paints can be used on the surface where there is already an attack of termites?

If the termites have already infected the furniture, you will have to treat the furniture for termites, with the solutions easily available in the market, e.g. Termiguard. No wood finish is termite proof.

what is the difference between solvent-based and water-based paints?

Water-based paints are diluted with water, while solvent-based paints are diluted with solvents like Mineral Turpentine Oil (MTO). Emulsions are water-based paints while enamels, lustre and matt finishes are solvent-based paints. 

Emulsions look better on walls and are ideal for drawing rooms. Solvent-based paints are ideally suited for kitchens and bathrooms since they are water-resistant. Enamels are used on wood and metals.

how quickly does the paint dry?

The duration of painting depends on the number of rooms you plan to paint and how many painters are working. Paint drying time for emulsion is 4 hours minimum, though 6 to 8 hours is preferred. Distemper takes 6 to 8 hours, while enamel, primer, lustre and matt finish requires 8 to 10 hours. Wood finishes takes 2 to 3 hours.

what is the difference between exterior pu and interior pu?

Exterior PU  has UV Guards which help against UV rays, also, wood in exterior tends to expand and contract more as compared to Interiors – Hence Exterior PU is flexible enough to not crack. Interiors on the other hand requires to be stronger in other properties like: 

1) Scratch resistance

2) Stain resistance

3) Heat resistance, etc.

These properties and stronger in case of Interior PU.

do any asian paints paint offer protection against termites?

Yes. If the entire furniture is coated with wood finish, it is difficult for the termites to attack the surface.

what paints can be used on the surface where there is already an attack of termites?

If the termites have already infected the furniture, you will have to treat the furniture for termites, with the solutions easily available in the market, e.g. Termiguard. No wood finish is termite proof.

what is the difference between solvent-based and water-based paints?

Water-based paints are diluted with water, while solvent-based paints are diluted with solvents like Mineral Turpentine Oil (MTO). Emulsions are water-based paints while enamels, lustre and matt finishes are solvent-based paints. 

Emulsions look better on walls and are ideal for drawing rooms. Solvent-based paints are ideally suited for kitchens and bathrooms since they are water-resistant. Enamels are used on wood and metals.

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