For parquet and wooden flooring for filling parquet joints up to 2 mm wide and for filling smaller imperfections in the wood.
- Sound and durable joint condition
- Very economical
Professionally laid and prepared parquet or corresponding wooden flooring.
Clean, dry wood, free of oil, grease, wax and silicones. Sanded as prescribed and free from sanding dust.
Substrate sanding grits from-to
Intermediate lacquer sanding (grits) from-to
100 – 150
With matching products from the Hesse parquet flooring range, in preference:
PRIMER HG 21, PRIMER-PLUS HG 22 and PRIMER-ULRTA HG 24, or suitable oil-based products.
Comments on sanding
The quality and uniformity of the wood sanding are crucial to the final surface finish. Ensure uniformity of the surface and edge sanding! Remove dust properly after sanding. There must not be any filler remnants left on the surface, otherwise there is a risk of blotching. Before applying stain, primer, sealant or oil the surface must be thoroughly dusted!
Hesse WOOD-FILL should be well shaken before applying. Adding very fine sanding dust (K80), prepare a paste that can be applied with a palette knife. Sanding dust from the edge strips is particularly well suited. The finer the sanding dust, the better the bond in the joints.
Hand filling: use a rust free steel palette knife (Contact with oxidising metals leads to discolouration of the substances and the filled surfaces). The Fill the joints across the entire parquet surface to be treated; pre-fill wide joints or fill them twice. Clean work equipment with water. Dried lacquer residue can be removed with Hesse CLEANING-AGENT DV 9. Sanding dust mixtures that are too stiff can be diluted with Hesse-WOOD-FILL if required, do not use water. Intermediate cutting back drum sander: grit 100 – 120, Final sanding with single-disc orbital sander: 120 – 150 grit followed by dust removal. There must not be any filler remnants left on the surface – Risk of blotching! Thorough dust removal from the sanded surface prior to further processing.
The moisture content should be between 8 – 12 %. Please do not use and dry HYDRO lacquers at material and room temperatures below 18 °C. The ideal humidity for painting is between 55 and 65 %. In order to avoid problems with bonding, please sand the lacquered surfaces before applying fresh lacquer and apply lacquer to the sanded surfaces as soon as possible.
Woods with a very high wax content such as teak can have a negative effect on bonding in some circumstances. Water-soluble wood contents such as from ash and tannic acid from woods such as oak can initiate changes in colour tones and discolouration in the lacquer. For this reason we recommend a trial lacquering be undertaken as a matter of principle to assess the colour effect, bonding and drying progression under real conditions!
Notes on cleaning and care: Please observe the care instructions in accordance with DIN 18356. Wipe parquet with a slightly damp, not wet, cloth. Please use only neutral, silicone-free, salmiac-free and non-abrasive cleaners. Regular care and cleaning with Hesse PROTECT-CLEANER PR 90 and Hesse INTENSIVE-CLEANER PR 91 increases the life of the sealing.
Do not pour the product into metal containers! Critical substrates such as wood block, on-edge lamellar parquet, floor boards, parquet flooring on underfloor heating, etc. require proper pre-treatment with PRIMER HG 21, PRIMER-PLUS HG 22, PRIMER-ULTRA HG 24 or suitable oil-based primers to minimise the risk of lateral bonding.