Dursilite Base Coat is a coloured base product made from modified acrylic resins in water dispersion and selected fillers. Once applied it evens out the absorbency of the substrate and promotes adhesion of paints from the Dursilite and Colorite ranges.
Dursilite Base Coat is a coloured base product made from modified acrylic resins in water dispersion and selected fillers. Once applied it evens out the absorbency of the substrate and promotes adhesion of paints from the Dursilite and Colorite ranges. Internal and external surfaces treated with this product are smooth and even with a velvety finish and helps successive coats of paint adhere more firmly and makes their application easier. Dursilite Base Coat is available in a wide range of colours using the ColorMap automatic colouring system.
Do not apply Dursilite Base Coat on metal surfaces.
Do not apply if the temperature is lower than +5°C or higher than +35°C.
Do not apply Dursilite Base Coat if the level of humidity is higher than 85%.
Do not apply if it is about to rain, in windy or sunny weather.
Do not apply on damp surfaces or on surfaces that are not completely cured.
Do not apply on dusty or crumbling surfaces or on dehumidifying renders.
Dursilite Base Coat is not a consolidator and should never be applied on detached surfaces that are not firmly anchored to the substrate.
Preparation of the substrate: New surfaces to be treated and areas patched up with repair mortar must be wellcured, perfectly clean, sound and dry. Remove all traces of oil and grease and any loose material from the surface. Seal all cracks and repair any deteriorated areas. Seal any surface porosity and smooth over uneven areas in the substrate with a cementitious, lime or gypsum-based smoothing compound from the Planitop range.
Preparation of the product: Dursilite Base Coat may be used as is or diluted with up to 5% of clean water, but make sure it is thoroughly blended; use a drill at low speed if necessary. When preparing only partial quantities, we recommend mixing Dursilite Base Coat as is in its original container before pouring off the quantity required.
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