Sirca* Primers & Top coats 

Polyacrythane paint / Polyurenthane ( PU/PA) 

Satin, Matt, High gloss finish - Very good durablity. Can be used on metal and wood.

  • Very good durability.  Resistant to weather, water

  • Very good gloss retention.

  • Hardness:  Equal to baked enamel.

  • Polyacrythane has outstanding colour retention in clears, white and colours.

  • Low dirt collection:  The hard mirror gloss surface sheds dirt and is very easy to keep clean.

  • Formaldehyde free which complies to EU export/import regulations.

  • Non toxic when fully cured

  • Unlimited colour options 

  • *Enquire for technical sheets

For Very High Traffic areas enquire on alternative paints 

For aluminium and plastic enquire on alternative paints 


High gloss has a 80-90% sheen- and is polished/ buffed to achieve mirror like finish 

Satin has a 30-45% sheen 

Matt has a 10-15% sheen 


All colours available

Also in Satin Clear; Matt Clear and GLoss Clear 

All Colourwheel custom made furniture is made from supawood / MDF. MDF is a Medium-density fibreboard which is wood product formed by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals, combining it with wax and resin binder, and forming panels. This is then sanded and coated with primer before the paint is applied.

Care of sprayed surfaces - Supawood/ MDF,  furniture and cabinets/doors :

Sprayed supawood/MDF and sprayed surfaces although seamless and reasonably durable are not impervious to stains and damage from moisture, heat and UV and is not impact resistant

  • Use coasters, placemats, and trivets to protect the surface and dry moisture immediately. Should moisture or liquids be left on a supawood surface it may result in staining and swelling of the material

  • Don’t drag sharp or rough surfaces across furniture, use placemats, coasters and trivets to prevent scratching

  • Direct contact with pens, rubber, candle wax, wine, food or any perfumed product will leave a stain on the surface

  • Air, artificial light and UV may over time change the tone of colour. Rotate items on surfaces for uniform ageing

  • Wood may expand and contract over time depending on the season, maintain a constract humidity level to prevent warping or cracking

  • Rotate all sprayed items for uniform aging and colour development

  • Do not drag furniture that has legs as they may crack 

  • -Dry dust with a clean microfiber or feather duster.  Wipe with a damp cloth and mild cleaner as needed.

  • Wipe dry immediately.

  • Do not use cleaning products containing ammonia, alcohol, bleach or petroleum – instead use a general purpose wood cleaner.

  • Avoid using furniture polish as over time it can accumulate and leave a residue.

It takes 7 full days for the paint to cure fully so use with care in this time. ie please dont place heavy items on the newly sprayed furniture

Limited Warranty 

  • CW furniture is warranted  to  be free from defects in material and workmanship, other than defects that are within accepted industry norms, for 6 months  from the date of purchase

  • Your claim under this warranty is to be exercised within 24 hours by your written report of the defect

  • If the product is found to be defective upon inspection by CW and the original invoice is supplied, the defective part will be repaired or replaced at no charge or  refunded

  • This applies only if such defective product was subject to normal DOMESTIC use and for the purpose for which it was intended and perfectly handled, stored, installed and maintained in accordance with industry standards. It does not apply to items used for commercial purposes

  • The limited warranty is for the repair or replacement of the defective component  only, it does not cover transportation costs, labour on site, nor any damaged product due to abuse, neglect or misuse

  • It does not cover normal wear and tear and deterioration from normal use during the standard life of the product. This  includes  chipping on edges,  scratches,  dents,  staining from pens, rubber, candle wax,  wine,  food,  liquids,  or any perfumed product,  the use of abrasive or corrosive products,  colour  variation due to artificial lighting or  UV rays and water damage