Sikagard 205 W (Sterisheen)

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Sikagard 205 W (Sterisheen) has been discontinued by the manufacturer and has been replaced with Sikagard 405 W. Should you require any further information or advice on this change, please contact our Technical Department on 0113 2455450 or [email protected]

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Sikagard 205 W (Sterisheen) has been discontinued by the manufacturer and has been replaced with Sikagard 405 W.

Should you require any further information or advice on this change, please contact our Technical Department on 0113 2455450 or [email protected]

It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.

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questions Glenn Bursford  on 06/02/2017
Question: Can both sterisheen and sterimatt be used as a two coat finish over existing emulsions?
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Glenn Bursford
Answer: 

Sikagard 205 W (Sterisheen) has been discontinued and replaced by Sikagard 405 W and Sikagard 206 W (Sterimatt) has been discontinued and replaced by Sikagard 406 W.


The simple answer to you question is "Yes", but you'll need to rub down the existing coating assuming that it is well adhered etc. and use a coat of Sika Bonding Primer to achieve the best possible adhesion.

questions James on 31/10/2016
Question: When using the Sika sterisheen top coat, what brush do you advise best? most the brushes I use are useless especially with heat from working in a food factory
Answer: 

A good quality synthetic bristle brush tends to be best for water based paints.

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