Nature's Edge Wood Finish is a penetrating natural long oil alkyd resin that uses non-polluting water as its main solvent. Nature's Edge waterborne oil penetrates deep into the wood instead of forming a film on the surface, which is vital to both protection and longevity.
When applied and maintained properly Nature’s Edge will preserve and protect the beauty of wood from the assault of sunlight, wind and water.
Nature's Edge Features
• Environmentally Friendly: Nature’s Edge Wood Finish's is produced from renewable resources.
• Low VOC: At a VOC level of 95 grams/liter, Nature’s Edge is among the greenest wood finishes available
• Midewcide Protection: Powerful fungicide, mold and mildecide inhibitors have been added to significantly reduce airborne intruders.
• Moisture Content: Nature's Edge can be applied to wood containing as much as 25% moisture content.
• Beautiful Look: Nature's Edge has been designed to bring out the natural highlights of wood by enhancing wood grain.
Nature's Edge Uses
Siding, logs, trim, doors, garage doors, windows, decks, and rails.
Nature's Edge Coverage & Application Guidelines
• Coverage: Approximately 250 to 350 square feet per gallon depending on surface condition and wood porosity.
• Apply 2 coats of stain, followed by 1 coat of clear as a topcoat.
• Nature’s Edge is packaged in 5 Gallon Pails without the pigment in the finish.
• To add the color pigment mix (1) 4oz. bottle of tint in each of the Clear 5 Gallon Pails.
• Mix the pigment by using a hand held power drill with a mixing attachment for two or three minutes to make sure that the pigment is adequately mixed.
• Nature’s Edge Wood Finish can be applied with an airless sprayer, brush or roller.
• Clean up: Rinse with soap and water.
• Apply in temperatures ranging from 40°F to 90 °F. T
• Do not apply Nature's Edge in direct sunlight or when rain is imminent.
Nature's Edge Reapplication Schedule
• Apply a clear maintenance coat every one to four years, dependent upon the wood's exposure to the elements.
• A best practice is to inspect the finish of your wood once a year for deterioration.
Correct any problems such as mold, mildew, weather checks or other damage before applying a maintenance coat.
• Before applying a maintenance coat, it is recommended that the wood be pressure washed.