Coated surfaces can resist exploitation load and keeps steady gloss and reachness of colors. The coating combines high level of hardness and flexibility. It resists water and domestic detergents. The surface is characterized by homogeneous and smooth look.
It is intended for decorative and protective coating of wooden floors, other wooden and mineral (concrete, cement) surfaces indoors.
The surface shall be dry and clean from dust, dirt and grease.
Old loose paint and weak layers shall be removed mechanically (with a scraper or a wire brush), thermally (hot fan, IR radiation) or chemically (solution for paint removal) til the surface is hard.
For better adhesion it is recommended to sandpaper the surface previously coated with alkyd or oily paints.
Damaged and uneven wooden surfaces (hollows, cracks etc.) shall be corrected with Putty for wooden and mineral surfaces TM Farbex. Treated surface shall be polished till the surface is smooth. Abrasive dust shall be removed.
Small defects of mineral surfaces shall be corrected with Finishing Putty TM Farbex and polish afterwards. Plastered surface shall be sandpapered with fine-grained sandpaper till the surface sis smooth. Abrasive dust shall be removed.
Previously coated surfaces do not require undercoating.
Previously non-coated wooden surfaces shall be undercoated with alkyd woodprotective primer TM "Maxima". The surface shall be clean and completely dry before application of the primer.
Previously non-coated concrete surfaces shall be undercoated with a mixture of the enamel and solvent in proportion 1:1.
Stir the product thoroughly before application. If it's needed dilute the product with white spirit, solvent or their mixture till working viscosity.
The enamel shall be applied with a brush, a roller or a spraying gun. Application shall be performed at the temperature of air and surface from + 10 °С till + 30 °С, max. air humidity 85%. For more quality paint coating it is recommended to apply 1-2 thin layers instead of 1 thick layer!
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.