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Zspar Captain's Satin Varnish, V-975
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Zspar Captain's Satin Varnish, V-975
 
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Captain's Satin Sheen Varnish V-975 is specifically designed to enhance the beauty of interior woodwork with its soft, satin finish. Its pale, durable, long lasting polyurethane coat is water and alcohol-resistant. Satin Sheen is easy to apply and is intended for interior use only. Captain's Satin Sheen Varnish is preferred by those professionals and do-it-yourselfers who derive pride and pleasure from quality brightwork.

Use 120 Thinner for brushing, rolling or clean-up. Use 121 Thinner for spraying.

  • Extremely durable finish
  • Easy to apply
  • Traditional warm, amber color
  • Long Lasting Satin Finish
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    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Interlux
    Product SKU: PET-V-975
     


     

    PHYSICAL DATA
    PART NUMBER: V-975
    RESIN: Polyurethane
    SOLIDS (theoretical)
    By volume: 40 ± 1%
    COVERAGE: 440 sq. ft/gal.
    VOC: 477 g/l (3.98 lbs/gal) as supplied
    FLASH POINT: 104° F.

    APPLICATION DATA
    METHOD: Brush, Roller, or Spray
    NUMBER OF COATS:
    Bare Wood: 3 minimum
    Existing Varnish: 2 minimum
    DRY FILM THICKNESS PER COAT: 1.25 mils
    APPLICATION TEMP: 40° F. Min. / 90°F. Max.
    DRY TIME (HOURS):
    Set-to-touch Tack Free Dry Hard
    90° 1/2-1 hrs 1-2 hrs 8-12 hrs
    70° 1-2 hrs 2-4 hrs 12-20 hrs
    50° 2-4 hrs 4-8 hrs 24-48 hrs
    THINNER:
    120 Brushing Thinner
    121 Spraying Thinner

     

     

    Prepping your surface
    Without a doubt, the most important step to an effective varnish job is prepping your surface.
    Surface: Bare Wood
    1. Ensure the surface is dry and clean.
    2. Sand the surface with 150‐220 grit sandpaper.
    3. After sanding, clean the sanding residue with a tack rag, vacuum, air hose or Pettit’s 120 Brushing Thinner.
    *If using a solvent, allow adequate drying time for the solvent to completely dry out of the wood; drying time will depend on temperature
    4. If necessary apply a coat of Pettit’s Paste Wood Filler Stain and allow adequate drying time.
    5. Apply 1‐2 coats of Pettit EZ Wood Sealer 2018 over the surface.
    6. Sand the surface thoroughly with 220 grit sandpaper.

    Surface: Previously Varnished
    1. Ensure the surface is dry and clean.
    2. Sand the surface with 180‐220 grit sandpaper.
    3. After sanding, clean the sanding residue with a tack rag, vacuum, air hose or
    Pettit’s 120 Brushing Thinner.
    *If using a solvent, allow adequate drying time for the solvent to completely dry out of the wood; drying time will depend on temperature
    4. If necessary apply a coat of Pettit’s Paste Wood Filler and allow adequate drying time.
    5. Apply 1‐2 coats of Pettit EZ Wood Sealer 2018 over the surface.
    6. Sand the surface thoroughly with 220 grit sandpaper.

    Paste Wood Filler Stains
    For surfaces that are permanently stained, porous or grainy, paste wood filler stains can be used to even out the surface for a flawless final appearance.
    Applying Paste Wood Filler Stains
    1. Ensure the surface has been sanded down to bare wood.
    2. Any black water stains should be bleached out before applying any paste wood filler stain.
    3. Ensure the surface is dry and clean.
    4. Mix the filler with Pettit’s 120 Brushing Thinner accordingly.
    * Fillers can be intermixed and shaded with color in oil or universal colorants to achieve custom colors prior to application
    5. Apply to the surface by brushing into the wood grain.
    6. When the filler begins to dull off, use a burlap or cloth pad to rub off the excess filler using a circular motion.
    7. Use a clean wiping pad to remove any remaining residual filler. During this step, wipe against the grain and change the wiping pad frequently.

    Applying Sealer
    1. Ensure the surface is dry and clean.
    2. Sand the surface with 180‐220 grit sandpaper.
    3. After sanding, clean the sanding residue with a tack rag, vacuum, air hose or Pettit’s 120 Brushing Thinner.

    4. Apply 1‐2 coats of Pettit EZ Wood Sealer 2018 according to directions
    5. Allow sealer to dry per product requirements.
    6. Sand thoroughly with 220 grit sandpaper.

    Varnishing
    You’ve prepped your surface, applied paste wood filler stain and a sealer, but the job’s not done yet. It’s time for the final
    act, applying the varnish.
    Applying Varnish
    1. Choose a dust‐free (or as close as possible) environment. If working outside, do not work in direct sunlight or
    windy conditions.
    2. Ensure all post sealer sanding residue has been removed with a tack rag, vacuum, air hose.
    3. If applying by brush or roller, add 10‐15% of Pettit’s 120 Brushing Thinner for the first coat. If applying with an airless sprayer, add 10‐15% of Pettit’s 121 Spraying Thinner for the first coat.
    * Only the first coat of varnish should be thinned
    4. Apply one coat of varnish and allow to dry overnight.
    5. After adequate drying time, sand with 220 grit sandpaper.
    6. Remove sanding residue with a tack cloth.
    7. Continue steps 4‐6 until the next to last coat of varnish has been applied.
    8. Prior to applying the final coat of varnish, sand with 400 grit sandpaper.
    9. Remove sanding residue with a tack cloth.
    10. Apply final coat of varnish.

    You’ve How do I repair scratches, nicks and holes in finished wood?
    Begin by sanding the affected area to remove any loose wood or varnish. Next, apply
    Pettit Paste Wood Filler Stain of your choice. After adequate drying time, sand the area
    again with 220 grit sand paper. If needed, apply another coat of the wood filler stain and
    re‐sand. Once the filling is satisfactory, apply 1‐2 coats of sealer. Allow the sealer to dry
    and sand with 220 grit sandpaper. Finally, apply 2‐4 coats of Pettit’s varnish while
    blending into the existing varnish.

     

     

     
     
     
     
     
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