What is the coverage of Rubio Monocoat?

What is the coverage of Rubio Monocoat?

300 – 500 ft²/L
Easy to maintain. It’s a natural wood finish because the oil is made of linseed. No overlaps or starting marks. Minimal use/High coverage: 300 – 500 ft²/L.

How long does Rubio Monocoat last?

Q: How long will my finished Rubio Monocoat floors last? A lifetime with proper maintenance. We would expect the first maintenance to be needed somewhere between 2 and 5 years depending on wear.

How many square feet does 350ml of Rubio monocoat cover?

Minimal use/High coverage: 300 – 500 ft²/L….Technical.

Spread Rate: 300-500 ft²/L
Cure Time: Within 5 days
VOC Content: 0%
Color Options: 55
Dilutable: No

Can you sand off Rubio monocoat?

Rubio usually recommend not sanding past 150 because the oil binds more effectively at lower grits. I sand to 180 and haven’t found it to be a problem. After 180, water-pop the surface by spraying liberally with water. After it dries, sand lightly again with 180 to knock down the raised grain.

Does Rubio Monocoat need a top coat?

Does Rubio Monocoat require a topcoat? No. Do I have to use multiple coats for certain species of wood? Because the product will not bond to itself, multiple coats are not needed.

Can I put polyurethane over Rubio Monocoat?

It depends which poly. Polycrylic will probably be fine. Polyurethane or Lacquer will probably melt the finish. With regard to adhesion, scuff sand the surface with some 80 grit and it should be good.

Can you sand off Rubio Monocoat?

How much Rubio Monocoat do I need?

The correct ratio for Monocoat is 3 parts A (oil) to 1 part B (accelerator). If you use the entire content of both cans, it’s already the correct 3:1 ratio. To determine how much oil you will need, use the following guidelines: Hardwoods: 350 mL will cover up to 175 sq ft.; 1.3L will cover up to 650 sq ft.