Paint for walls and ceilings: how to choose

Paint for walls and ceilings (Cover) – 40 kg in a plastic bucket – a coloring mixture, which is a polyacrylate water dispersion. Due to the fact that this paint does not include solvents and other toxic, carcinogenic and allergenic substances, it is an environmentally friendly material.

Possessing a high degree of wear resistance, hiding capacity and matte surface after drying, this mixture can be successfully used for visual expansion of living and working space. Produced in two versions: white and dazzling white. Intended for mineral bases with a smooth, solid and even surface.

Before applying to brick, concrete, gypsum and cement-containing bases, the surface must be prepared. To do this, they need to be cleaned of dust, residues of building mixtures, degreased oily and fat spots, remove soot and exfoliated, loose, swollen fragments.

If there are defects in the form of cracks, pores, shells, chips, potholes, they must be leveled with special solutions. Smooth bases, as well as strong -feeding materials, require processing with primer. Aligning mixtures and primer should dry out.

Carrying out work with paint for walls and ceilings on an acrylic basis can only begin if the bases and air warmed up to a temperature of at least +10 ° C. Application tools (rollers, brushes) should be clean, the pile at the brushes – soft enough to stain hard -to -reach places the first time.

Paint for walls and ceilings can be divorced for the first application by 5% water, however for the finish coating, such dilution is unacceptable.

Due to the polymer basis, the paint quickly dries, firmly adheses with the surface and is not prone to crack formation. You can use this acrylic paint only in rooms where air humidity does not exceed 65 %.