Brio Zero is an oil emulsion for walls, ceilings, structures and other wooden surfaces finishing. In one single application, Brio Zero colors, seals and waterproofs wood without masking its details.
Brio Zero is also available in 20 ml sample size so you can test the color and finish on a piece of wood before beginning work on a large scale, while minimizing transportation costs. (Flat shipping rate of $3.95 per order, shipped with Canada Post Lettermail).
Samples are not available during months when the temperature is too cold because they would be damaged by freezing during shipping.
The 101 - Natural color* is used to preserve the whiteness of white woods (white pine, maple, cedar, spruce, beech, aspen). Do not use Natural color on open grain wood (oak, walnut, mahogany, elm) or on colored wood.
Left side: On cedar. Right side: on white pine.
Stir well with a stick before and while using. Apply at temperatures above 10 °C. Wood must be sanded with 150 grit sandpaper and vacuumed to remove any dust. Prior to application on maple wood, wet the wood, let dry 2 hours and sand lightly with a 220 grit sandpaper
Apply with a Polywool Floor Applicator, a stain pad or a paintbrush.
For interior windows, it is strongly recommended to apply 1 coat of Brio Zero colorless over the colored coat.
For a more intense color, it is possible to apply a second coat after 6 hours. However, if more than 24 hours have passed since the first application, sand the surface with a 150 grit sandpaper before applying the second coat.
Modified vegetable oils, water, UV filters, iron oxides
100 to 200 sq ft / L
< 8 g / L
8 to 15 years
Light fruity odour
Must not freeze. Store in an airtight container at room temperature
Satin matt (2 à 6%)
100 - Colorless
101 - Natural
102 - White
103 - Grey
104 - Cherry
105 - Medium Oak
106 - Old Pine
107 - Burnt wood
108 - Chocowood
109 - Dark Oak
It is possible to apply Brio Zero on regular Brio due to its good adhesion properties. However, it is important to note that the colors of the two products are different, even though they have the same name. The shades of Brio Zero are more intense. If one needs to apply Brio Zero on regular Brio, it is imperative to ensure that the surface to be treated is clean, without the need for sanding. Several layers of Brio Zero will achieve a more intense color. It is recommended to test in a less visible area before proceeding with the application.
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