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Nippon Micaceous Iron Oxide

Nippon Micaceous Iron Oxide is an alkyd-based coating pigmented with micaceous iron oxide. It is recommended for use as protective coating on steel structures. It may be overcoated with alkyd based finish or left uncoated

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Nippon Aqua WoodGuard

Nippon Aqua WoodGuard is a quick drying water-based coating, specially formulated using Advanced Polyurethane Dispersion (PUD) technology. The coating protects timber surfaces from the harmful effects of UV ray and enhances the natural beauty of wood grains with a long lasting finish. It has good durability and flexibility, suitable for decks and outdoor furniture

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Nippon WoodGuard

Nippon WoodGuard is an air-drying type of polyurethane which does not require any addition of hardener. It dries quickly to a glossy, durable finish while enhancing the character of the natural grains of wood. With its enhanced UV protection property and flexibility, the varnish protects timber surfaces from the damaging effects of UV rays, making it ideal for exterior deck and outdoor furniture

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