Stain additives for CleverCOAT wood premier

Stain additives packing for CleverCOAT wood premier


The colors range of stain additives for CleverCOAT wood premier – it is colors collection specially designed for the external coloring of coniferous wood and soft wood. They were designed taking into account the features of the environment where CleverCOAT wood protective coating will be used - on exterior wooden surfaces. When designing the colors of the stain additives for external wooden surfaces take into account their lightfastness and weather resistance, visual perception, the compatibility of preparation color combinations, compatibility between colors and combination with other natural materials.

There are examined, time-tested, relevant colors for wood in color palette. All stain additives have natural tint, an excellent emphasize natural structure, aesthetics of the wood and tempered with natural materials – stone, sand, concrete and ceramic. The colors presented in the palette are soft, muffled, and warm. They generate harmony and peace.

When using stain additives for hard wood, the resulting tinting may differ from the colors presented in the catalog. It is recommended to pre-test on small wooden surface to obtain realistic result.

The brown stain additives are represented by four colors: Sea buckthorn, Coffee, Caraway seeds, Chestnut.

Green additives are represented by two colors - Kiwi and Greenstone

Stain additives designed for the CleverCOAT wood premier. They easily mixed with premier and colored CleverCOAT wood premier evenly applied to the surface. CleverCOAT wood finish boosts color. It becomes more saturated, velvety and deep. Wooden surfaces coated with stain additive are silky, pleasant to the touch and sensing.

Range of stain additives indicated on our website and printed on the label may differ from the original color on the wooden surface because color perception is influenced many other factors: such as wood structure, gloss and lighting. These factors must be considered when choosing a color. All pictures taken on painted pine. When coating other types of wood, the resulting color may have a difference. To be sure that the color is suitable and the desired shade is achieved, you always need to pre-test the protective coating with a coloring additive on a small surface area.

Keep the stain additive in closed packing. Avoid freezing of the product during storage. Storage time 2 years from the date of manufacture (on the bottle).