Highly opaque and weather-resistant protective colour coatings for wood surfaces indoors and especially outdoors, such as windows, doors, wooden facades, timber frames, playground equipment, fences, carports and beehives. Also suitable for steel and zinc.
KREIDEZEIT Stand Oil Paint is resin-free, biocide-free and diffusible. It does not crack, tear or peel. Rather, it gradually weathers and can be easily cleaned and repainted. Only completely non-fading and weather-resistant earth and mineral pigments are used for tinting.
Stand Oil Paint is usually applied as the second and third layer in line with the ‘thinnest to richest’ method recommended for oil paint:
2. Stand Oil Paint -half rich- (art. D 1100-1115), a silky-matt to satin-glossy coat with good filling effect. For intermediate and top coats-
3. Stand Oil Paint -rich- (art. D 1600-1615), a glossy finish for top coats.
For surfaces with less shine, alternatively only two coats of Stand Oil Paint -half rich- can also be applied indoors or outdoors.
Available in 14 ready-to-apply standard colours, which can be mixed with each other. Also available: gold and silver. Wide range of special tones available on request. While it is possible to paint over old coats of oil paints and alkyd resin, this will void the warranty. Not suitable for flooring, ovens, radiators and pipes, sawn wood, old synthetic resin-based coats or outdoor horizontal surfaces.
Ready to apply
Dirt and water repellent
Very high opacity
Doesn’t crack, tear or peel
Resin-free, weather-resistant and elastic
Easy to keep in good condition
Saliva and sweat-resistant according to DIN 53160
Free from biocides
Cobalt, lead and barium-free
Linseed oil, linseed stand oil, tung stand oil, bal-samic turpentine, zinc oxide, talc, silica, clay, quartz, and manganese, zirconium and calcium dryer. Pigments according to colour tone: Titanium White, Iron Oxide Yellow/Red/Brown/ Black, Nickel Titanium Yellow/Orange, Spinel Blue, Chrome Ox-ide Green and Ochre Red
Warning! There is a risk of self-ignition when working materials are soaked with product.
Preparing the substrate / Initial sanding Completely remove any resin pockets, badly damaged old coats as well as old coats and primers with an acrylic base or unknown composition. For outdoor use: soak any absorbent cutting edges and end grain areas with KREIDEZEIT Resin Oil and allow to dry for at least 24 hours. Sand down new, weathered or sawn wood (grit P80-100), rounding the edges. Do not use a finer sand-paper as this will make the wood too dense and unable to absorb enough oil. New, smooth, planed or finely pre-sanded wood should be rough sanded to ensure the oil can be absorbed. Sand any old coats with an oil or alkyd resin (grit P80-100). Dust down thoroughly after sanding.
Application Processing and drying temperatures: at least 10°C for a minimum of 48 hours. Stir product thoroughly prior to processing. Remove any layers of oxidation caused during storage; do not stir in. If using containers with different batch numbers, mix and stir together prior to application. The product must not be poured onto surfaces! Clean and dust down untreated substrates. Apply product thinly and evenly with a brush or roller. Avoid applying excess amounts or ensure to spread them thinly. Spread out any coalesced paint from the corners using an unloaded brush. Only apply subsequent coats once the previous coat has dried thoroughly.
Re-sanding between coats (optional) After applying the primer or intermediate coat, a second sanding may be necessary if the surface has dried rough or has come up too shiny, for example if wood fibres have dried proud of the surface. Use sand paper (grit P150-180) in the direction of the fibre. Dust down thoroughly after sanding.
Number of coats on wood (indoors and outdoors)
1. Primer Prime regular absorbent wood and weathered, absorbent old coats with an oil or alkyd resin base using Base Oil. Thoroughly wipe the surface after 10 minutes with a dry cloth and remove any non-absorbed oil. Do not prime non-absorbent old coats.
2. Intermediate coat Use Stand Oil Paint -half rich- (art. D 1100-1115)
3. Finish for satin surfaces Use Stand Oil Paint -half rich- (art. D 1100-1115)
Finish for glossy surfaces Use Stand Oil Paint -rich- (art. D 1600-1615)
Applying to Metal Steel (outdoors): Remove rust, grease and dust.
2. at least 1 top coat Use Stand Oil Paint -rich- (art. D 1600-1615)
Substrates in dry indoor areas do not need to be primed with rust protection paint.
Zinc (outdoors): Allow at least 1 year to weather, wash the oxidized surface with soapy water and a scouring pad (do not use steel wool!)
1. Intermediate coat Use Stand Oil Paint -half rich- (art. D 1100-1115)
2. Final coat Use Stand Oil Paint -rich- (art. D 1600-1615)
Drying Times Dry and re-coatable at 20°C and 60% relative humidity after approx. 24 hours. High humidity, cold temperatures and substrates containing tannin significantly extend the drying time. Hardened after approx. 4 weeks.
Suitable Tools High-quality paint and round brushes, short-pile paint rollers. Do not use a spray to apply the product.
Special Colour Tones We mix special colour tones on request according to your specifications, such as RAL, NCS, Sikkens 4041 and Caparol 3D plus. Please contact to our laboratory for more information.
The online colour guides are for informational purposes only. We would like to point out that the color tones cannot always be displayed correctly by different monitors and their settings. The same applies to self-created prints of these colour charts. In order to get a better or true-to-original impression of our colours, we recommend the purchase of our colour chart, our colour guide with original coats or our printed, free flyers.