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Linitop Parket

Single component polyurethane floor varnish for interior wood

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  • Long term protection for wood subject to abrasion: parquets, stairs, floors etc
  • Single component polyurethane floor varnish for interior wood
  • Extra resistant - protects and waterproofs the wood
  • High resistance to wear, abrasion and scratches
  • Non-slip finish

Linitop Parket is a single component polyurethane floor varnish for interior wood. With its beautiful satin finish, it allows the wood to show through enhancing its natural beauty.

Linitop Parket is perfect for using on parquet, stairs and floors as it is extra resistant against abrasion and scratches. It also waterproofs the wood, leaving a non-slip finish behind. It can be applied to all types of wood including untreated wood, or sealed wood in a good condition.

What can I use Linitop Parket for?

  • Protection against damage caused by wear
  • Waterproofing your floor leaving behind a beautiful satin finish
  • Perfect for use on parquets, stairs and other wood floors
  • Can also be applied over a base coat of Linitop Prim & Finish

Always read the Linitop Parket Product Information before using and follow the instructions carefully.

Recommendations before application

  • Ready for use, do not dilute.
  • Shake well before application
  • Do not apply at an ambient air and wood temperature of less than 10°C and greater than 30°C. The relative humidity will be of the order of 50% for optimum drying
  • Protect everything that does not have to be treated
  • The moisture of the wood must not be greater than 12%
  • When using indoors, use in well-ventilated areas
  • Switch off underfloor heating

Surface Preparation

Use on wood whole usage, nature, quality, treatments and preparation comply with the applicable standards and DTU (DTU 59.1). The inspection and preparation of the surface are the responsibility of the user.

The wood must be dry, clean, sound and prepared (degreased, sanded, dusted according to the standard practises for this type of work).

New wood surfaces

  • Prepare the surface (sand with coarse and medium grade according to the condition of the surface. Then finish by fine sanding (grit 180) according to standard practices.

Old floor varnish in good condition

  • Roughen the entire surface for better keying

Previously coated surfaces

All previous coatings must be completely and thoroughly removed.

  • Oils and sealers: Strip with Aquanett or Prepdeck then neutralise with Net-Trol
  • Solvent (oil or alkyd-based finishes): Strip with Dilunett then neutralise with Net-Trol
  • Acrylic finishes (Water-based): Strip with Prepdeck then neutralise with Net-Trol
  • Other finishes i.e. 2 pack epoxies, urethanes etc: Strip with DSP 800 then clean the surface to remove residual paraffin

Note: Hardwoods and woods rich in tannins e.g. Oak, Chestnut, Douglas Fir, Cedar, etc. may darken with Aquanett, Prepdeck and Dilunett, neutralising with Net-Trol immediately after rinsing will lighten and restore the wood’s colour.

Application Guidance

Application tools

  • Brush or short mohair roller


New wood surfaces

  • Apply a first even and a generous coat of Parket and allow to dry for 25 hours between coats
  • Sand (grit 280) then clean meticulously
  • Apply a second coat

Old floor varnish in good condition

  • Roughen the entire surface for better keying
  • Apply 2 coats of Parket

Previously coated surfaces

  • Remove any previous coatings by using one of our strippers
  • Apply 2 coats of Parket


  • Regularly clean the sealed surface with a brush or vacuum cleaner.
  • Clean the surface with a gentle soap compatible with a floor varnish.
  • If grease or other dirt accumulates and fouls the surface, use a powerful cleaner. Do not use this type of product in the first 3 weeks following the application of Parket.

Clean Up

Clean all tools and equipment with white spirits whilst still wet. If allowed to dry, remove with paint stripper.

Tips from the professionals

  1. Good surface preparation is essential for the final appearance of the finish.
  2. Depending on the condition of the surface several sanding stages will be required: from grade 40 to 180. It is advisable to only use one grade at a time.
  3. For a perfect result: Apply Parket in the direction of the wood grain. Facing the light and starting opposite the door, so as to work towards it. Do three criss-cross passes in one application.
  4. Start with the edges and then do the surface by working in zones of 2 metres by 2 metres.
  5. Do not open the windows during application to avoid it drying too quickly.
  6. Coloured base before topcoat: Apply a coat of Linitop Prim & Finish. After drying and without sanding, finish with two coats of Parket, sanding between the two coats.


Do not cover the sealed surface with carpets or protective covers for 14 days after the application of the floor varnish.

Wait at least 48 to 72 hours before putting the furniture back, protecting the feet with pads:

Normal usage: 7 days.
Intense usage: 3 weeks.


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Coverage: 15m2 per litre
Tools: Brush or short mohair roller
Suitable for: Interior use
Clean up: White Spirits
Drying Time: Re-coatable 24 hours. Final hardness 3 weeks
Suitable Surfaces: All interior wood

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Read the full technical information for Linitop Parket on our corporate website.