Flair Primer
YIELD UP TO 9 M²/L IN ONE LAYER
CONTAINERS 3L, 5L, 10L, 15L
NUMBER OF COATS 1 COAT
COLOURS WHITE

Flair Primer

Benefits:

  1. Levels substrate absorption and uniformity
  2. Increases the efficiency of topcoat emulsions
  3. Breathable
  4. Recommended for drywall panels. Levels out the absorption of panels and joints

Painting:

Stir the paint and apply with a brush, a roller or by spraying. Recoat with topcoats in 2 to 4 hours. Paint at substrate and ambient temperatures from +10°C to +30°C. Clean the tools with water. Use only in well-ventilated indoor rooms. Keep in tightly closed containers. Protect from frost and direct sunlight. Storage temperature: +5ºC to +30ºC

 

Substrate preparation – The surface to be coated shall be seasoned, durable, dry, and clean without dust or greasy stains. Remove layers of distemper, lime paints, coatings flaking in large chunks and all other old or poorly adhering coats. Level out all irregularities and cracks with a suitable compound. Coat all stains from water, nicotine and oils with a stain coating products. Prime loose, highly absorbing and chalky substrates with a suitable polymer-based priming agent. Coating – Stir the paint and apply with a brush, a roller or by spraying. Recoat with topcoats in 2 to 4 hours. Paint at substrate and ambient temperatures from +10°C to +30°C. Clean the tools with water. Use only in well-ventilated indoor rooms. Keep in tightly closed containers. Protect from frost and direct sunlight. Storage temperature: +5ºC to +30ºC. See the Technical Data Sheet for detailed product information.
APPLICATION: The emulsion is intended for one-coat priming of indoor substrates of cement mortars, lime cement mortars, gypsum compounds, wood and wood-based products. The product is applied in a thick layer to level out the texture. The formula reduces the substrate absorption which makes the product a good choice for drywall panels and all surfaces repaired with gypsum or similar compounds. The product facilitates renovation with repainting the walls to brighter colours.