PV67 Heavy Duty Varnish

Heavy Duty Varnish balances safety and looks

  • 27 Nov 2015

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Sadolin’s PV67 Heavy Duty Varnish is a fast-drying finish developed to provide a balance between outstanding aesthetics and safety performance.

Available in a choice of gloss or satin finish, the Heavy Duty Varnish is scratch and slip resistant, and its fast-drying formula means up to three coats can be applied in one day.

Suitable for both busy commercial and domestic areas, the product is often used on floors in sports halls, dance halls and heavy duty wooden work surfaces such as bar tops.

More in-depth details about Sadolin PV67 can be found in the ‘This is Sadolin’ video series and on the Sadolin website.

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