The Renner Italia™ Water-Base White Self-Sealer is a premium, water-base, self-sealing product that’s great for both residential and commercial projects. This water-base self-sealer is extremely durable, long-lasting and mildew resistant with proper application and maintenance over time.
NOTE: This is a single component product. For added durability add 1% Renner YC.1402 Crosslinker
- User friendly application
- Excellent sandability
- Can be crosslinked
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Superior slip and smoothness
- High coverage
- Interior wood pieces
- Hand Spray
- Air Mix
Blending Instructions: Optional – Crosslinker YC.1402US at 1%
Pot Life: 4 Hours (if cross-linked)
Recommended Number of Coats: 2 -3
Drying Time at 20™C/68™F and 45 ™ 65 RU%:
- Handling – 2 hrs
- Sanding – 3 hrs
- Recoating – 3 hrs
- Stacking – 24 hrs
See the Data Sheets tab for more info. If you want to get the job done right the first time with stunning results, then choose the Renner Italia™ Water-Base White Self-Sealer for your next project.
Craig Brennan (verified owner) –
Renner 1094 has become our go to finish coat over the past year. The service we get from all the staff at Timberlane is exceptional
John Gowrie (verified owner) –
When I need a color finish 1094 is what I have found as my go to product. It’s extremely easy to apply and most horizontal applications are finished in 2 coats with the Crosslinker added for extra durability. It sands between coats excellently with the surf prep pads and finishes silky smooth on the final finish. A project can be finished in a day with the fast dry time. Equipment : Apollo Power 5 hvlp – 1.3/1.5 needle and gravity cup fed.
RR (verified owner) –
As a DIY’er without a sprayer, I decided to brush 1094 in our kitchen. (Not recommended by Renner.) It worked just fine. It’s a bit thinner than I expected but probably perfect for spraying. You’ll definitely need 2 coats, and maybe 3 if you are covering something dark, but that’s also recommended by Renner. It has enough working time to check for drips on vertical surfaces, and to tip-off while it’s wet. It dries very smooth, and self-levels well. Started in the upper 70s (F) and about 68% humidity, and it was just fine. At about 84 (F) working time shortened and I could feel a bit of a drag.
If you’re a pro, you’re probably working 2k with a sprayer but I thought I’d leave this for anyone doing DIY who wondered if it’s brushable.
Jen Wolf –
This is great information for other homeowners looking to brush & roll. Thanks for taking the time to leave feedback!