Pall-X 96 Nexgen, 1 gal.
Designed as a two-coat layer applied over a single layer of sealer or primer coat. Coverage rate for a single layer is 500-600sqft per gallon. Four sheen levels, gallons only. Gloss and Semi-Gloss available by special order
Pall-X 96 Nexgen is a waterborne polyurethane, designed as a two-coat layer applied over a single layer of sealer or primer coat.
This is a crystal-clear finish that is designed to yellow as little as possible over time. Pall-X 96 Nexgen is Pallmann’s mid-grade quality, perfect for rooms with less foot traffic like bedrooms or home offices. But despite its lower cost, it has the superb leveling ability that Pallmann is known for. In the marketplace, the nearest competitor to this product is Bona Mega but we find that Mega is much yellower, more expensive, and can be more difficult to apply than the Pall-X 96.
Coverage rate for a single layer is 500-600sqft per gallon. Allow a minimum of four hours between coats. Only sand between coats if more than 24 hours has passed since the first coat of Pall-X 96 Nexgen using a 220-grit paper or screen, being sure to remove all sanding dust from that process.
Must be used over a primer coat. Works well even over competitor’s oil-based primers (Bona’s DriFast or DuraSeal QuickDry) but if you want a waterborne primer coat, keep it in the brand family and use one of the Pallmann products like Pall-X Clear or Pall-X Color.
Pete’s keeps only the Satin and Ultra Matte versions of the Pallmann finishes in inventory.
However, the Semi-Gloss and Gloss versions are available with just a few extra days of waiting time. If you need either of those sheens, call the store to place your order directly: 651-698-5888. Gallons only.
Shake vigorously right before using.
Pete’s has a 30-day return policy – what’s up with that?
It may seem draconian but hear us out. We set this return limit because waterborne finishes are chemically delicate. If they are stored at very high or very low temperatures, or temperatures that fluctuate, the de-foaming agents become unstable.
The longer a gallon of finish is out of our control, the less we know about how it was handled and stored. If we can’t be sure of how a gallon of finish will behave, we won’t resell it. But if we can’t resell returns, we lose our already low margin. So, yes, we are firm on 30-day returns on all finish.