Knotting for sealing knots, resinous and creosoted timber to prevent bleeding through paint film
Knotting for sealing knots, resinous and creosoted timber to prevent bleeding through paint film. Sandpaper surface smooth before applying liberally over knots and surrounding area. Do not sandpaper knotting once applied. Resinous and creosoted timber should be sealed completely with 2 coats. Allow 1 hour to dry before priming. Clean brushes with methylated spirits.
Available in natural or white.
- Apply to bare wood
- For sealing knots
- Prevents bleeding through paint film
|Coats||Apply 2 coats. Do not sand after application knotting|
|Drying Time||Allow 1 hour between coats.|
|Re-coating Time||Allow 1 hr after final coat before applying primer.|
|Application Temp.||Ideally 15-25°C. Do not use below 10°C or in conditions of high humidity|
|Coverage||10-12 sq.m per litre, 1 coat, depending on the absorbency of the surface.|
|Compatibility||Most types of wood primers may be applied over Knotting, including Rustin’s Wood Primer (Pink, White and Aluminium) and Rustin’s Quick Drying Primer and Undercoat. If the knot needs filling, apply Rustin’s Woodfiller and sand smooth before applying Knotting.|