How much paint do I need?
The volume of paint required for a job is a simple calculation. Just divide the square metre measurement (m2) of the area to be painted by the spread rate of the paint you’re applying (m2/l).
If you’re applying two coats, double the area. If you’re working out volumes for a primer, one coat is usually sufficient.
You can use this coverage calculator to work out your volumes.
ILMA Floor Varnish
Water-based, one-component varnish based on acrylic and polyurethane resins (new hybrid technology).
It has excellent resistance to mechanical stress while maintaining its elasticity. Develops strong adhesion to surfaces applied.
It is resistant to mild detergents as well as household stains.
It is suitable for interior and exterior on wooden floors whether they are new or already painted.
|Coverage per litre (m2/l)||16|
|Surface Type||All Wooden Surfaces|
|Interior/Exterior||Interior & Exterior|
|Waterbased or Solventbased||Water Based|
|Coverage||14-18m²/l per coat|
|Single/Two Pack||Single Pack|
|Gloss Level||Matt, Satin, Gloss|
|Minimum Content||Minimum contents are the can size less 10%|
|Recoat Time||At least 3 hours|
|Touch Dry||60-90 mins|