Italian Varnish Orange

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Safety Data Sheet and Classification

Please read the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).

13101 (EN) Italian Orange Varnish (V3)

Classification and Security

Application Guidelines

These are short, general indications. For more detailed instructions, please download the Technical Data Sheet available for this product.


This varnishes can be applied by hand (with gloves) or by brush. The best results are obtained with a multilayer system, applying very thin layers, thus ensuring good drying of each layer. 

They are ready to use, so they do not need dilution before usage. If necessary, check the Technical Data File for diluting instructions.  


Sanding between layers is recommended during the varnishing process; the intensity depends on the quality of the dry film obtained. 


Once applied, it should be exposed to natural UV light for about 10 hours. Allow 12-24 hours before applying the next layer. Old Wood recommends drying in a UV chamber with AB lamps, as this allows us to control the intensity of the light and the drying times. 

Security and Storage



According to Regulation No. 1272/2008 (CLP), the product is not classified as dangerous.  

They are non-flammable products under regular storage, handling, and use conditions.  

They are not classified as dangerous for the environment. Keep them away from drain surfaces and groundwater.  



Keep the container tightly closed and cool; do not expose it to direct light. Avoid heat, radiation, static electricity, and contact with food. Under these conditions, the varnish is stable for up to two years. 

Once opened, the product remaining inside the container may form a surface skin. This skin should be carefully removed before reusing the product. Do not mix with liquid varnish. If necessary, filter the varnish. 

More Resources

Safety Data Sheet

Technical Data Sheet