Alkyd enamel PP-115P is intended for coating of previously undercoated metal, wooden and mineral surfaces (window frames, window ceilings, doors, metal and wooden fences) indoors and outdoors.
new – clean of dirt, dust and degrease.
previously coated, old - remove old loose and weak layers of paint coatings till hard base surface mechanically (a scraper, a wire brush), thermally (hot air fan, infrared radiation) or chemically (paint removal solutions). Clean thoroughly of corrosion with a wire brush or a sandpaper. For better adhesion with hard layers of alkyd enamels or oily paint, treat the surface with a sandpaper.
new – clean of dust and dirt .
previously coated, old - remove old loose and weak layers of paint coatings till hard base surface mechanically (a scraper, a wire brush), thermally (hot air fan, infrared radiation) or chemically (paint removal solutions). Do not clean the surface by means which can damage the wood (for example with a sanding gear). Existing holes on the wooden surfaces, cracks and uneven areas shall be corrected with a putty for wooden and mineral surfaces TM "Farbex". Plastered surface shall be polished till smooth outlook. Abrasion dust shall be removed.
Metal surfaces shall be thoroughly cleaned of corrosion and undercoated with Alkyd primer GP-021 TM "DekART".
Wooden surfaces shall be undercoated with wood protective primer TM "Delfi" and primer GP-021 TM "DekART". Make sure, that the surface is clean and completely dry before application.
Stir the enamel thorougly till homogeneous structure before application. Delute with white spirit, solvent or their solution or deluent TM "DekART" till working viscosity if required. The enamel shall be applied with a brush, a roller or a spraying gun. PIECE OF ADVICE: For more quality paint coating it is recommended to apply enamel with 1-2 thin coats instead of one thick!
Working tools shall be cleaned with white spirit or solvent, and then with warm water and detergent if required.
When calculating the area to be painted, you need to subtract the area that will not be painted. (windows, doors, etc.)
Paint consumption may vary depending on dilution and uniformity of application of the paint.