Proccessed surface must be dry (Max. RH 20%), carefully cleaned from mud, oil, wax, dust and polishing agents.
Remove flaking varnish from previously laqued (withsolvent based varnish) wooden floor, surface should be grinded till it is mat. For better adhesion old layer may be trimmed.
Remove varnish completely from wooden floor, previously laqued with acrylic varnish.
Conduct grinding in 2 stages. At first grind with coarse-grained sand-cloth, then use short-grained cloth.
Surface deffects (holes, chinks and spalls) should be puttied with parket putty, and than polished.
Avoid cleaning agents, that might be harmful to the surface (e.g. air sand blower).
After all the preparatory procedures remove dust. Remove dust from baseboards, windows, window sills, radiators etc.
Previously laqued wooden surfaces do not require priming.
Previously untreated wooden surfaces should be treated with alkyd woodcare primer Maxima with 1-2 layers with brush, roller or paintblower.
Previously untreated concrete surfaces should be primed with mixture of varnish and white-spirit (or odorless solvent Maxima) at the ratio 3:1. For bonding the dust apply 1 layer of varnish and white-spirit mixture (or odorless solvent Maxima) at the ratio 1:1.
Process end faces more carefully until they are intense.
Before putting the finish layer, make sure that primed film is dry enough.
Before applying mix varnish carefully. The varnish is ready for use.
Primed surfaces should be covered in 1-2 layers: with brush and roller use unmixed varnish, with paint blower - mixture or varnish and white-spirit (or odorless solvent Maxima) at the ratio 1:1.
Apply next layer in 24 hours.
Light grinding of intermediary layers with small-grained sand cloth is recommended.
Do not apply in thick.
The surface is ready to use in 48 hours.
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.