Drywall priming paint
|Area of usage||interior|
|Shelf life||24 months|
Acrylic single-application paint for drywall and mineral substrates. Mat paint producing perfect undercoat for indoor paint coats.
- Very good adhesion to substrate
- Coats permeable to vapours and gases
- Uniforms absorbing capacity of the substrate
- Reduces painting cost
- Single topcoat suffices
Intended for single-application priming of heterogeneous colour substrates and first painting of drywalls and substrates where voids are filled with gypsum. Suitable for use on indoor substrates made of cement mortars, cement and lime mortars and gypsum mortars.
White. Paint can be coloured with water paint pigments or multi-purpose pigments.
Method of use
Surface to be painted must be dry, clean, and free from dust and loose particles and of good strength. Brittle and very absorptive substrates must be primed with acrylic primer. Remove old, poor quality coats and fill voids and cracks. Remove any organic impurities with suitable preparations. Stir the paint well before use. Do not dilute. Dilution will cause impairment or loss of paint parameters and change in colour shade. Where necessary to replenish losses due to evaporation or to adapt the paint to the spraying equipment requirements max. of 5% of potable water can be added. Apply with brush, roller or spray station. Topcoat paint can be applied after the primer is dry i.e. after approx. 2h. Apply at substrate and ambient temperatures above +5°C.
Transport and storage
The product should be stored in sealed packaging in temperatures between +5°C and +30°C. Protect against frost.
Protect the eyes and skin; in the event of contact, wash with water immediately. Keep away from children. Secure the surroundings of surfaces painted. Remove any possible spoils without waiting for them to dry out.
Detailed information has been provided in the MSDS chart.
Do not dispose of together with household waste, do not pour into sewer. Manage the waste according to the applicable national regulations on waste handling. Detailed information has been provided in the MSDS chart.