• Quick drying
• Easy to apply and clean
• Large range of colours
• Water based
• Interior and exterior application
Where To Use
White Knight® Splashes can be used on suitably prepared timber, metal, ceramics, fibreglass and glass.
How To Apply
- Thoroughly clean the surface and ensure it is free from grease, oil, dirt, rust scale and other contaminants.
- Lightly sand wooden, previously painted or glossy surfaces.
- Bare metal should be primed with an appropriate White Knight Rust Guard® Metal Primer.
- No primer is needed on timber except where tannin staining may be present (e.g., hardwoods).
- Apply one coat of Splashes Undercoat when primer is dry.
- Stir or shake the can before use.
- Apply two coats leaving 2 hours drying between coats.
Approximately 16m² per litre, depending on the nature of the surface.
Touch dry in 30 minutes. Recoat after 2 hours. Hard dry within 24 hours. Drying will be slower in cold or humid conditions, in the absence of ventilation or where heavy film builds are applied.
5. CLEAN UP
Clean equipment and brushes with water.
6. SAFETY & FIRST AID
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
- This product is highly flammable. Store and use away from heat and eliminate any source of ignition.
- If swallowed, drink plenty of water and seek medical advice immediately. Do not induce vomiting.
- If in eyes, immediately flush with running water for at least 15 minutes. Seek immediate medical attention.
- Avoid breathing vapour or mist.
- Use only with adequate ventilation.
- If on skin, remove contaminated clothing. Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water.
For 24 hour medical emergency response in Australia call 1800 807 001 and in New Zealand call 0800 154 666
- Do not pour unwanted paint down the drain.
- Keep unwanted paint in sealed containers for disposal via special chemical waste collections.
- Empty paint containers should be left open in a well ventilated area to dry out. When dry, recycle steel containers via can recycling programs.
- Disposal of empty paint containers via domestic recycling programs may differ between local authorities. Check with your local council first.
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