Liming White Timber Floor Stain and Varnish

Liming White
Nothing creates a bright and open space better than beautiful white wash floorboards.
Feast Watson Timber Floor Stain & Varnish Liming White delivers a uniquely fresh and sophisticated look, while providing durability and buildable opacity.
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Where to use

Bare timber and cork flooring (existing timber must be sanded back to bear before applying Timber Floor Stain & Varnish Liming White)

Coverage rate

8m² per Litre

Number of coats

Bare Timber: 3

Recoat time

Recoat after 2 hours

Dry time

Light Foot Traffic - 24 hours Normal Traffic - 72 hours Full Curing after 7 days

Clean up


You may also need

Timber and Deck Oil Water Repellent
Feast Watson Water Repellent Timber & Deck Oil
Floor Clean
Feast Watson Floor Clean
Floor Polish
Feast Watson Floor Polish

How to prepare Feast Watson Stain and Varnish:

Before you get coating... Let's prep!

New Timber How to prepare New Timber:

  1. Sand to a smooth surface and remove all sanding dust before coating.

TIP: Achieve that super-smooth finish (or if the timber grain is open or coarse) by applying a coat of Feast Watson Sanding Sealer and sand back as per the label instructions.

For naturally oily timbers, seal the timber with Feast Watson Proofseal as per the label instructions prior to application.

Previously Coated Timber: How to prepare Previously Coated Timber:

  • Previously varnished surfaces need to be sanded to a dull finish. Remember to remove all sanding dust before coating!

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