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Lignex UV Filter

Top coat with wax effect

Brilliant finish - Lignex UV Filter is a solvent-based wood preservative top coat for the treatment of wooden doors and windows and any other wooden structure with partial dimensional stability such as balconies, banisters and wood coverings. Thanks to its special formula it does not drip and it can be applied in all conditions. Treatment with this product ensures excellent climatic wood protection and leaves a pleasing, warm satin effect.
Partial dimensional stability
Dimensional stability
Product information


  • Controls the exchange of moisture between the wood and the air
  • Special UV absorbers provide excellent protection against sunlight
  • Free from aromatic compounds
  • Makes wood water-resistant
  • Creates a pleasant wax effect
  • Used on door and window fittings it combats unsightly blocking when parts in contact stick together
  • Notably prolongs the intervals between maintenance
  • Easy to use
  • Highly elastic and stable, combats peeling 



As a finishing treatment for outdoor and indoor wood with dimensional and partial dimensional stability and not in direct contact with the soil or water. Particularly recommended for external doors and windows.

Drying time 

After about 16 hours depending on the type of wood


About 12-15 m²/l per coat 



 0.750 l - 2.5 l - 5 l* – 25* l

Colormix: 1 l - 2.5 l 

Recommended treatments

  • Indoors:
    1 - 2 x Lignex UV Filter
  • Outdoors, new:
    1 - 2 x Lignex Grund BPIv
    1 - 2 x Lignex Lasur Extra
    1 - 2 x Lignex UV Filter

  • Outdoor restoration work:
    1 - 2 x Lignex UV Filter

    * Only colourless and oak.
    ** For production purposes some colours on the chart may be made using the Colormix system. Colours thus obtained may differ slightly from the ready-made shades. A colour test should always be done when work is continued.