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Anti-slip VARNISH for wood: floors and stairs

  • Easy application
  • Protects and decorates
  • Quick-drying
  • Abrasion resistant


Anti-slip VARNISH for wood: floors and stairs is a one-component product based on water-based acrylic-polyurethane resin, ideal for protecting and decorating wooden floors and wooden stairs. Resistant to abrasion, dirt and moisture. Provides long-term protection of wood, durable and aesthetic appearance. Creates an anti-slip coating, which increases user safety – especially in places with increased humidity. It can be used for painting new surfaces and renovating existing ones, as well as as an additional finishing layer with the colored VARNISH STAIN product, ensuring even greater durability and anti-slip protection


Varnish can be used on:

  • Floors
  • Stairs
  • Railings
  • Handrails


Ideal for:

  • Bathrooms
  • Kitchens
  • Stairs
  • Corridors
  • Terraces



The surface to be painted should be dry, clean, degreased, and sanded with sandpaper, then dusted off.

Greasy or resinous areas should be cleaned with extraction benzine.

Raw wood must be seasoned (max. moisture content 15%) and primed with an appropriate primer.

For renovation painting, remove old peeling coatings down to the raw wood, fill any gaps and cracks with appropriate filler, and after drying, sand thoroughly with sandpaper.

To ensure proper lacquer adhesion, sand the surface with fine-grit sandpaper before applying the next layer, then dust off.


Immediately before lacquering, add component B to component A and mix thoroughly until a homogeneous mass is obtained.

Note: Use the ready-mixed lacquer (component A + B) within 2 hours.

Apply the first layer of lacquer to the prepared surface using a roller dedicated to lacquers, spreading it evenly until a uniform layer is achieved, and wait for the coating to dry.

The drying (curing) time of the coating is about 8 hours, depending on the conditions in the application area (temperature and humidity).

After the first layer has dried, apply the next layer of lacquer in the same manner.

Note: Apply the next layer with a new portion of lacquer (component A + B).

A third layer of lacquer is recommended for surfaces particularly exposed to water and weather conditions.

The varnish is available in matt and gloss versions

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