DEEP PENETRATING PREPARATION FOR PRIMING AND REINFORCING ABSORBENT SUBSTRATES
- Quick setting
- For walls,
floors and ceilings
- Prevents dusting
priming and reinforcing old and new over-absorbent surfaces. Reduces absorption
gypsum plaster, drywall and anhydrite screeds, aerated concrete units, clay
bricks. Reinforces old, dusty surfaces and evens out the bonding time of adhesive
levelling and self-levelling compounds. Recommended before the installation of floors
bases, mineral plasters and before painting. Suitable for priming chipboard and
gluing ceramic tiles. For indoor and outdoor use.
It is a
product made using the highest quality aqueous dispersion of acrylic resin. It
has a great
penetrate, penetrates deeply into the surface, which strengthens it and evens
capacity over the entire surface. Prevents the absorption of excess moisture
mortar to the
surface and allows for uniform binding rate as well as to obtain the
parameters. It is characterised by rapid drying. Surface primed with the
of adhesives, plasters and other mortars, and reduces paint consumption. After
product is colourless.
should be dry, clean and free from dust, grease and old paint. Remove dirt and
It is an emulsion ready for immediate use.
Do not combine
it with other similar products. Dilution in the ratio 1:1 is allowed.
HOW TO USE:
The product is
preferably applied undiluted with a brush, roller or by spraying as a thin
layer. For the first priming of strongly absorbent surfaces, an aqueous solution of the
the ratio 1:1
may be used. After the first coat has dried, repeat the impregnation using
not work in the rain and at temperatures below 5°C. The use of surface and
stages of work
such as painting, wallpapering, laying tiles or filling, etc., should be
drying of the preparation, i.e. after about 2 hours after application.
the absorbency of the base. On average, consumption is 0.05 - 0.2 kg per 1m²
clean water immediately after use.
STORAGE AND TRANSPORT:
must be transported and stored in tightly sealed original containers, in
5ºC. Protect from freezing and overheating