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506/508 Fade Resistant Dye Stains
506 Concentrate comes in five primary colours: Blue, Red, Yellow, Green and Black; plus a range of pre-blended selected timber tones.
IDEAL USES AND PRODUCT FEATURES
Ideal for interior timber application preceding overcoating with Evic clear finish, and is suitable for interior wall panelling, commercial timber fittings, furniture, kitchen cupboards, vanities and other fixtures. It has ultra fast drying times, in wipe or spray application.
FADE RESISTANT DYE STAIN
Deep clean colour that enriches the natural beauty of timber. 506 (concentrate) and 508 (ready-for-use) are available in five primary colours and Evic’s standard palate. All are compatible with standard or special veneers and virtually all timber species.
• Super Fast dry times
• Dye selection offers superb colour range
• Interior fade resistant formulas
• High concentration – economical spray rates
• Wipe or Spray application
• Polyurethane compatible
DESIGNED TO MAKE TIMBER MORE BEAUTIFUL
Clean colours that highlight the natural grain That’s what you get with every colour in Evic’s range of Fade Resistant Dye Stains. With five promary colours plus 26 standard colours there’s a big range with the ability to customise and match colours to your specific requirements.
AVAILABLE AS CONCENTRATE OR READY FOR USE
If you want to stain a lot of furniture, you don’t a tiny pot of concentrated stain. You want multipe drums – ready to go. As the manufacturer, we can supply as much as you need.
TOPCOAT WITH THE FINEST POLYURETHANE CLEARS
Need a clear to overcoat your beautiful timber? Evic supplies a full range of polyurethanes clears to cover your assets.
• Xtint Formula System, Make what you want, when you want.
• Super fast dry time
• Dye selection offers superb colour range & concentrates
• Interior fade resistant formulas
• High concentration – economical spread rates
• Wipe or spray application
• Polyurethane Compatible
Ideal for interior timber application preceding overcoating with an Evic clear finish. Suitable for interior wall panelling, commercial timber fittings, furniture, kitchen cupboards, windows, doors, blinds, shutters, vanities and other fixtures. Ultra fast drying times – in wipe or spray application.
Bases 4L & 20L
Red Dye Concentrate – XB502
Yellow Dye Concentrate – XB503
Black Dye Concentrate – XB500
Dye Base Control – XB505
506 Concentrate Colours & 508 Ready for Use Colours
PDS008 Golden Maple
PDS010 Silky Oak
PDS011 Light Oak
PDS012 Golden Oak
PDS015 Aged Baltic
PDS017 Nordic Teak
PDS024 Deep Mahogany
PDS026 Australian Cedar
Stains have been represented above are on pine and stained with ready for use (508) Colours Listed
Spray applied and/or wipe (cloth)
XTint 500-Series Fade Resistant Dye Stains are Compatible with,
Acid cat lacquer
1500 Global Clear Polyurethane
2000 Clear Polyurethane
1702 Metal Clear
Approximately 6-8 square metres per litre
Should be taken as a guide only. The effect of further thinning plus the differences in timber profile and porosity alters coverage rates.
506 Concentrate thin 30-150% with XB505 Base Control
508 Ready for Use thin 0-50% with XB505 Base Control
Stain colours made from intermixing 506 concentrates should be strength reduced (30- 150% with XB505) before use.
NOTE: It is important to use XB505 Base Control when further reducing 506-508 stains as it’s additives and solvent blends helps maintain
an even consistent colour intensity, especially when spraying stain on and leaving to dry without wiping.
Touch dry: 2-5 minutes
Recoat dry: 30 minutes
Xtint 506-508 Dye Stain’s are high strength product and will create different shade effects and colour on varied timber species.
Allow for test patches on unseen pieces of the timber to ensure the desired final result. Weight precisely and record any additions made
to the colour formula. This can be entered into Xtint Software under “Favourites” allowing for future remake of the same dye colour & strength.
Conventional Spray Guns
Anest Iwata W200 spray gun at 275 kpa (40 psi).
Star Pro-Series SP770 at 310 kpa (45 psi).
Workquip vacuum diaphragm with a Star S770 pressure gun
55 kpa (8 psi) pot pressure using a Star S770 pressure gun at 240-275 kpa (35-40 psi).
To swell out dents or bruises, lay a cloth soaked in warm to hot water over the damaged area, this reduces the hollow. Alternatively place a wet cloth over the hollowed area and apply a hot iron to the cloth. Allow suitable drying(approx 12 to 24 hours) before proceeding with preparation.
Sand down timber with 180 open coat paper. Fill nail and screw holes with putty or Timbermate filler in a matching colour. Allow to dry. Finally, sand entire surface with 240 open coat paper then dust off.
— FOR TIMBER AND VENNER —
SPRAY ON: Use a conventional spray gun with a 2.0mm needle. Spray one even double pass over the entire substrate and allow to dry for 30 minutes before sealing (more stain will darken the colour, less stain will lighten the colour).
SPRAY ON WIPE OFF: Apply a wet even coat by spray to the timber surface leave for approximately 1 minute on soft woods like pine or cedar, or up to 2 minutes for hardwood like Ash or Miranti. Lightly wipe off for an even deep penetrating stain. Allow to dry for 30 minutes before sealing.
WIPE ON WIPE OFF: For small articles this is a suitable method. Using a white lint free cloth, wipe the stain on as evenly as possible, allow to penetrate for approximately 1 minute then wipe to achieve a consistent uniform finish. Allow to dry 30 minutes before sealing.
Seal the dyed surface with Evic 1508 Global Sanding Sealer
TONING: After sanding back the sealed surface toning can be used to obtain a darker or consistent timber colour. Add up to 10% 506-508 Dye Stain to Evic polyurethane, thin as normal then apply a medium wet coat over the entire job or blend onto areas that need further darkening or toning.
Allow to dry 30 minutes then finish with final lacquer or polyurethane coats.
STRESSING: Borrer Holes – Using a metal skewer lay black carbon paper on the surface then punch holes through the paper into the timber, randomly spaced and in clusters. On a standard door, 3 to 4 clusters and several areas with a few holes should give an authentic look.
Screw Marks – Cut the head off a 25 to 35 mm 6 to 10 gauge self-tapping or wood screw, lay over carbon paper, tap down with a hammer so as to leave the imprint of the screw in the timber surface. On a standard door 2 to 4 screw marks should be sufficient.
Key Marking – Take a heavy set of keys, place carbon paper on the surface, slap keys onto the paper. This will mark the timber with random surface imprints. On a standard door hit 4 to 5 times in random location – this should give a suitable effect.
Sand the stressed surface down with 240 open coat paper. Black carbon will stay in the deeper parts of stressed areas. Then carry out normal staining. Generally darker colours like Evic’s Aged Baltic, Walnut or Deep Mahogany tends to work better in the bruised areas and give a more authentic stressed look.
— APPLICATION ON MEDIUM-DENSITY FIBREBOARD (MDF)–
As 506/508 Dye Stains can extract waxes within MDF that can affect the cure when topcoating with Precatalysed Lacquer, we recommend 1508 Clear Polyurethane Sealer is used as a thin pre-sealing coat prior to application of 506/508 Dye Stain. 506/508 Dye Stain should then be used as a toning coat. Once the colour is achieved, allow to dry and finish with 1500/1508 Global Clears.
Top Coating: Evic 850/1500/2000 Polyurethane Clears can normally be used over directly-applied 506/508 stain. Because wax problems can exist, we recommend testing the product on a hidden area of the job to ensure it is suitable.
Engineering Standards: Ensure that TLV standards are not exceeded. The product should be handled and used in a well ventilated area.
Personal Protection: Common sense dictates that precautions should be taken to avoid swallowing and/or skin contact with the product. Protection from splashing will be required while handling the product. Use safety glasses or face shield and impermeable gloves and overalls. If TLV standards are exceeded self contained breathing apparatus or a remote supply fresh air mask is required. Observe sensible personal hygiene standards, always wash before eating drinking or visiting the toilet.
Flammability: This product is a Class 3 Packing Group II flammable liquid with a flash point of 0 °C. Avoid all sources of ignition.
Storage And Transport: Store under cover in a cool place out of direct sunlight. This product is Class 3 PG II Dangerous Goods, Hazchem 3[Y] and must be stored, handled and transported accordingly.
Spills And Disposal: Spills: Immediately extinguish all sources of ignition. Keep people away. Ventilate the area or wear self contained breathing apparatus. Cleanup crew should wear eye and skin protection. Shut off source of spill. Contain and absorb with earth or sand. Avoid contaminating water supplies, waterways, sewers or drains. Shovel into marked, sealable containers for disposal. White Spirits or High Strength Cleaning Solvent 220S or 825S would be suitable for final cleanup.
Disposal: Refer more than trivial quantities to the State Waste Authority and advise the nature of the product. Alternatively consult Evic about disposal arrangements.
Fire Explosion Hazard: Products of combustion will include carbon dioxide & carbon monoxide. Thick smoke and dangerous fumes may be evolved. Fire-fighters should wear full protective clothing including self contained breathing apparatus. Fight fires with foam, CO2, dry powder or water spray, depending on the circumstances. Do not contaminate waterways, water supplies, sewers or drains.
Up to 12 months if stored in properly sealed container with minimal air pad below 30?.
This is a specialised flammable, industrial coating and should only be applied by experienced and competent tradesmen in accordance with the manufacturers specification. Please read Material Safety Data Sheet M503 and abide by all precautions suggested.
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