Untitled Document - plaster primer

By: Prodec Paints  11-11-2011
Keywords: Paint, Surface Preparation, Plaster Primer

Plaster Primer

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Plaster Primer is a traditional, solvent-based, penetrating, bonding and stabilising liquid and sealer

  • for interior and exterior use
  • on powdery, friable and very porous or stained substrates (such as old paint, new friable or porous plaster and fillers).
    Once Plaster Primer has done its job these areas can be over-coated with a range of water- and solvent-based decorative products.

PRODUCT FEATURES

  • Excellent penetrating and binding properties
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Excellent alkali-resistant properties
  • Excellent stain-blocking properties
  • Once sealed, can be top coated with a wide range of water- and solvent-based products

APPLICATION AREAS

  • Powdery, friable, weathered or previously painted areas
  • Fire- or nicotine-stained areas

SURFACE PREPARATION

  • Previously painted surfaces: remove all loose, flaking or bubbling paint, as well as all dust, foreign material or fungal and algal growth. Allow to dry.
  • Limewash coated walls: as far as possible remove limewash with scraper blades, soft wire or hard fibre brushes, but be careful not to damage the plaster.
  • Dry interior filler: sand carefully and remove dust.
  • Dry exterior cement based filler: sand carefully and remove dust.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

  • Apply Plaster Primer with a brush or roller.
  • Leave overnight to dry and repeat procedure if required.
  • Allow to dry before over-coating with the required primer or topcoat.
  • General
  • Do not apply before 9 am or after 4 pm in winter.
  • Do not apply to exterior if rain is likely within 4-6 hours of application.
  • Clean application equipment with white spirits.
  • Colour Range and Quantities
  • Available in white only
  • 1 / 5 / 20 litres

Precautions

  • This product contains no toxic substances but is flammable.
    Use only in well-ventilated areas; do not eat, drink or smoke while using the product.

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