Proff-Home Lacquer

Proff-Home Lacquer floor varnish is based on water, almost odorless, and very fast drying. Proff-Home Lacquer has a very good bonding ability and gives a strong surface that dries very hard. Proff-Home Lacquer is for indoor varnishing of wood; new and untreated, as previously treated wood, like ex. wood and parquet floors, panels, doors, stairs, cork etc. The varnish can be used at all kinds of wood, oak and other woods containing tannic acid requires a primer such as Floor-Primer.


1: Previously treated floors must carefully be cleaned for dirt, grease, wax, and soap residue with Proff Primer Cleaner.

2: The floor must be grinded with fine sandpaper (120 grit) until the floor has a matt surface, or until the pure wood.

3: Remove all the dust with a vacuum cleaner – also untreated floors or new treated floors must be carefully vacuumed before any varnishing.

4: The wood must be washed with 1 deciliter 32 % acetic acid in 10 Liter water.

5: The floor must be dried with a rag twisted in water

6: The floor must be dry before any further treatment

7: Apply the varnish undiluted with a roller or a brush.

: After the varnish is dry, approx. 90 min. the floor can easily be sanded.

9: Remove carefully all the dust with a vacuum cleaner

10: Ready for further 1-2 varnishes

A: It is important that the tree and the varnish have the same temperature of min. 15 C, but 20 C is the best.

B: Good ventilation to facilitate drying and evaporation in a reasonable time

C: Do not place furniture or similar objects on the floor at least 24 hours after the last coating.

D: Carpets can be put on after approx. 8 days.

E: Always remember to do tests to check that wood and varnish are compatible.

Consumption: Approx. 8-12m2 per liter, depending on wood condition

  • Disposal: Empty containers and product residue disposed of according to regional rules and regulations.
  • Storage: Keep in tightly closed original packaging. Do not expose to heat (e.g. sunlight). Store frost-free and out the reach of children.
  • Note!! Please always make a test coat on the surface for controlling the compatibility