Hesse OLDCOUNTRY Stain BI 30010 Burned Wood

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  • For unique parquet and furniture surfaces
  • Chemical reaction with the wood contents
  • simplest application

Using OLDCOUNTRY stains creates unique stain effects. Excite your customers with this naturally appealing look created by the chemical reaction with the contents of the wood.
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Fields of application

For parquet and wooden flooring with subsequent sealing with Hesse parquet oils. We only recommend oils for roller applications. The use of Hesse PRIMER-OIL means that surfaces can subsequently be coated with parquet lacquers from the Hesse HYDRO range. Also suitable for use on furniture surfaces, which are subsequently given a final treatment with suitable PUR lacquers.

Technical specifications

Appearance glazing
Density series kg/l 1.005
Flow time (+/- 15 %) 60 s / DIN EN ISO 2431 - 3 mm
Form of delivery fluid
Non-volatile content series % 1
VOC EU % 0 %
Number of coats (max) 1
Amount per layer (minimum) 30 g/m²
Amount per layer (max) 80 g/m²
Total application volume 80 g/m²

Information on use

Drying 4 h / 20 °C
Accessible after 4 h / 20 °C
Surface preparation The raw wood is carefully sanded.The wood must be dry, dust-free and grease-free.
Substrate sanding grits from-to 120 - 180
Finishing Final treatment with suitable Hesse Oils for roller application from the Hesse parquet floor range is required.
Comments on sanding The sanding quality is crucial for the quality of the end result.
Yield per coat 13 - 34 m²/l

The spreading rate is heavily dependent on the type of application. The specifications relate to a liter of ready-for-use product, if necessary including hardener and thinner.
Working Temperature Range 16 - 25 °C
Storage temperature 5 - 30 °C
Working temperature 20 °C
conditions of transport frost-free - up to a maximum of 35 °C
Processing instructions Apply the stain using a short haired roller to moisten well, but without excess. Then level the surface with a slightly damp roller. The effect arises after the chemical reaction with the wood.
Depending on the degree of use, wooden floor coatings become worn with the passage of time. Proper care or timely resealing of the clear-coated surface prevent the need for an expensive, full renovation. Although this becomes unavoidable if the stain layer is already damaged. To gain a proper impression of the results for yourself and your customer please apply a trial stain and sealing coat to a sufficiently large area of original parquet flooring.
Particular instructions Chemical stains react with the wood contents. Depending on the areas where the woods were grown, when they were cut and the like, their tannin content varies and can lead to different colour developments. Only use tannin-rich European white oak. Sapwood, red oak and many American oaks are not suitable due to the low tannin content. With chemical stains, the use of tools or containers made from corrosive metals is forbidden.
General instructions on workmanship Trial staining of the original sanded wood with original coating should be carried out under real conditions. Do not pour soiled stains back into the original containers. Clean tools with water immediately after use.

Material Safety Data Sheets


Our technical information is continually adapted to keep up to date with the latest technology and statutory regulations. The latest version is always available online at www.hesse-lignal.de or talk to your local account manager. This information is for advice and is based on the best knowledge available and careful research in line with the current state of the art. This information cannot be held as legally binding. We also refer you to our terms and conditions of business. Safety data sheet is provided in accordance with EC regulation no. 1907/2006.