Why Flex Tint For Transformation Log & Timber Stain?
- Right Color, right quantity, right now: It's like your mobile paint store. You choose how many of each color to always have on hand with pails of neutral base. No need to leave the jobsite.
- Easy to mix: a caulking gun, a drill-driven paint mixer, and 5-7 minutes are all that's needed.
- Same Performance: It's the same color, durability, and application you've come to expect from Transformation Log & Timber.
1) Remove peel & stick color label from cartridge. Apply to 5 gal pail.
2) Remove lid from 5 gal pail of Transformation Log & Timber Stain Neutral base.
3) Cut cartridge nub with Exacto knife or cigar cutter.
4) Insert cartridge into standard caulking gun. Engage plunger until just secure in the gun.
5) Gun out product. Empty the entire contents of the cartridge into a 5 gal pail of Transformation Stain neutral base. When empty, a small amount of the tint will remain at the very top of the cartridge with a little extra so final color is not affected.
6) Mix thoroughly using a drill-driven, squirrel cage-type mixing blade, for 5 to 7 minutes. Tint should be evenly distributed and no solids left in the bottom of the pail. There should be no streaks or milkiness.
7) Mix stain periodically throughout application. Turn the drill on for a few seconds every 20- 30 minutes to ensure tint remains evenly distributed and doesn't settle to the bottom.
What you will need: 1 28 oz. cartridge for a 5 gallon pail of Transformation Log & Timber Neutral Base.
Type: Oil Base
Coverage Rate: Use one fulle28 oz. cartridge for every 5-gallon pail of Sashco 's Transformation neutral base. Do not dilute the tint pack.
1st Coat: 150-250 sq. ft./gal
2nd Coat: 300-500 sq. ft./gal
Note: Use our CPR Log Cleaner and brightener to clean the logs. Other products you might want to consider is our Armor-Guard prior to staining (has to be on bare wood only) this is a borate powder that helps against insects, decay, and log rot.
Try the new Hyde Stir Whip #43440 to mix the Flex Tints
Everyone knows that a $30 oil change twice a year beats a $2,000 mechanic's bill. Routine maintenance on your logs or timbers could be the difference between $2,000 every 3-5 years of $20,000 to completely redo the job. It's truly the key to "a better way to stain"