Mar 12 2017

Messmers UV Plus for Hardwoods Review

Hardwoods need special attention due to their overly dense nature. Many hardwoods are now used for decks, fences, and other exterior wood surfaces. The exotic hardwoods such as IPE, Mahogany, Massaranduba, Meranti, Cumaru, Tigerwood, Teak, Pau Lupe, and Brazilian Redwood are tough to penetrate. Only a specially formulated stain like Messmers UV Plus for Hardwoods can be used for adequate protection. Messmers for Hardwoods is a high performance natural wood finish that resists UV degradation, water damage, and fungal growth.

An updated Messmers UV Plus for Hardwoods review uncovered the special penetrating formula as a top choice for protection, beauty, and wood conditioning. The blend of grade A oil-based stain helps nourish the cellular structure of the wood with natural oils. The superior UV Plus additive helps to block out harsh UV rays that cause graying and fading of exotic hardwoods. The excellent water repellency sheds away water and moisture to eliminate board warping and cracking.

It is normal for an exterior hardwood surface to be recoated every 6-12 months; it is just the nature of these dense woods. Messmers UV Plus for Hardwoods makes regular maintenance easy. With no peeling like film forming hardwood stains, Messmers can be washed and recoated as needed with little to no buildup. This oil-based stain is available in two colors (Natural and Red Mahogany). The semi-transparent formula only highlights and naturally enhances the beauty of the wood grain without masking it.

During testing and an official Messmers UV Plus for Hardwoods review, coverage rates were outstanding at 300+ square feet per gallon. Messmers can be applied with a brush, roller, stain pad, or sprayer. There is usually no need for back wiping due to excellent penetration. It can be cleaned up with mineral spirits. Messmers UV Plus for Hardwoods is a low 250 VOC blend that is compliant in all states. Use Messmers Hardwood Stain for a professional finish that protects and beautifies exotic hardwoods of all types.

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