Panel White

Item number:

Whitening of ceilings and panels

  • Intensive white look for wood ceilings and wall panels
  • Preserves the natural structure of the wood
  • Easy to apply
  • Indoor climate certified

*The wood sample is shown on pine

100 ML
2.5 L

Product details

  • Description
  • Specifications
  • Technical data sheet
  • Safety data sheet


Water, alkyd dispersion, pigments.


50 g/l, maximum VOC content (A/e (WB)): 130 g/l.


1.20-1.30 g/ml.


pH 7-8

Shelf life:

3 years

Application Temperature:

+15-25°C and approx. 50% air humidity.


10-12 m²/L


Extra White

Cleaning of tools:

Use soap and water


+10-30°C. Keep out of reach of children. Do not expose to heat (e.g. sunlight). Store frost-free during winter and cool during summer.


2.5 L





Drying time:

2-3 hours at 20°C

Surface Dry:

1-2 hours at 20°C

Fully hard:

4-5 hours at 20°C

Panel White is a ­water-based product for the intensive white look for wood ceilings and wall panels. Panel White is a ­water-based, indoor climate certified product that preserves the natural structure of the wood.


Products in use
The wood must be clean and completely dry. Wash with Intensive Wood Cleaner mixed with ­water and wipe off with clean water afterwards. It is recommendable to use a hard wrung cloth. Sand glossy surfaces.

Always remember to test on a less visible spot to check the compatibility of the surface with the product.

  1. The wood must be clean and completely dry. Wash with Intensive Wood Cleaner mixed with ­water in the ratio 1:40 . Wipe off with clean water. Loose lacquer remains of earlier ­lacquered surfaces must be removed. It is recommendable to make a small test with the product on a less conspicuous place to eva­luate the result.
  2. Stir the Paint carefully before and during use. Container with different batch numbers should be mixed before use to avoid differences in shade and gloss.
  3. Apply the product with a brush in an even layer lengthwise the wood grain. Do not apply on more than 3-4 boards at the time and finish them to avoid overlaps.
  4. Clean tools with water and soap.