- A high quality mid sheen finish flexible wall coating for interior and exterior use, providing excellent durability, weather resistance, colour stainability, opacity and wash ability.
- Ideal for high traffic areas or surface that may be required frequent washing.
- Surfaces must be clean and free from loose material.
- Surfaces must be primed correctly utilizing surface preparations specifications recommended by the manufacturers.
- May be applied directly onto clean previously painted surfaces.
- With either a sheepskin roller or brush.
- Can be applied using an airless spray gun.
- Type: Modified Acrylic.
- Water Resistance: Surpasses the SABS 044:1900 Code of practice rain
Penetration test over a 24 hour period. .
- Drying Time: Surface Dry ½ – 1 hour.
- Viscosity: 95-100 Kerb Units.
- Relative Density: 1.2 – 1.25 kg/l.
- Solid by Mass: 50-52%
- Spreading rate: 8-10m²/litre depending on surface porosity and texture.
- Finish: Mid Sheen
- Clean-up: Water
- Colour: White, Pastel, Medium and Deep Tone
- Mixing: Stir well before use.
- Method: Sheepskin roller or brush. Can be applied using an airless spray gun.
- Thinning: Not recommended, but tap water if required. Thinning reduces the opacity.
- Clean up: Tap water.
- Spreading rate: 8 – 10 m ²/l depending on surface porosity and profile.
- Viscosity 95-100 Krebs µ
- Relative Density 1.2 – 1.25
- Conditions: Avoid painting in wet or cold weather. Minimum temp 8º C
- Drying time: Touch dry ½ – 1 hour. Hard dry 4 hours at 25 degrees.
- Recoating time: 4 – 6 hours.
- Requirements: 2 coats.
- Keep containers properly sealed.
- Store away from direct heat, sun and severe cold.
- 5 litres and 20 litres
- Detailed safety information: refers to the material safety data sheet for this product.
- Do not apply directly to bare metal surfaces.
- Do not paint in wet or cold weather. (Minimum 8ºC.)
- Drying times will be extended during wet or cold weather conditions.
- Do not apply direct to chalky or friable surfaces. Apply a penetrating coat of Versus Bonding Liquid or Versus Plaster Primer.