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How to use


1. Surface preparation

Remove the remains of the glue paints thoroughly

the substrate must be free from stains and efflorescences of biological and chemical origin (in the case of the presence of such spots and efflorescence should be used special materials intended for them liquidation)

surface to be painted should be clean, dry, dust free and without cracks

fresh plasters and substrates that strongly absorb water (plasterboard, gypsum plaster, substrates never unpainted) prime with a silicate primer

surfaces painted with emulsion paints degrease

substrates that are highly absorbent, loosely bound, falling apart and chalking (that means leaving traces of dust after rubbing with your hand), paint with wall primer
– the best final effect will be provided if good surface preparation will be done first

2. Painting

– fresh plasters should be painted 3-4 weeks after it has been applied

– applicate only with HVLP spray gun (low air pressure, a lot of paint)

     • unified application speed

     • repeatability of the pattern

     • low pressure of gun prevents scattering of colored spots

     • uniform layer thickness

– spray gun stream must be 90° to the painted surface, „S” letter move

– good weather while painting (no fog, no rain, no snow)

– only one layer of paint, do not mix, do not thin

3. Additional information

– painting temperature +5° C do +30° C

– clean tools with water after work is finished

– during painting and after it is finished, rooms should be ventilated till characteristic smell is gone