Ready to use, matt lime marble paint.
Highly permeable and anti-allergenic, for healthy living.
Content: 13 kg
What is lime paint?
Our lime paint is fully adjusted and ready for easy application. The ecologically valuable paint brings radiant white walls and ceilings. The marble powder is highly covering and the beech wood cellulose makes the lime-marble paint easy to apply. Synthetic resin binders are completely dispensed with and the white pigment titanium dioxide is also not necessary. For a clean lime white the bright white marble flours and the bright white marble lime are perfectly equipped.Ingredients:
- lime hydrate
- marble powder
- dolomite powder
- beechwood cellulose
Which substrates are suitable for the lime paint?
The lime paint is suitable for indoor as well as outdoor use. Suitable undergrounds are:
- All mineral plasters
- lime plaster, fresh or old
- clay plaster
- cement plaster
- lime-cement plaster
- gypsum-cement plaster
- dispersion paints
- silicate paints
- gypsum plasterboard
- autoclaved aerated concrete
- lime sandstone
What are the advantages of lime paint?
- Clean raw materials for healthy living
- Neutral in odour and regulating in terms of humidity
- Fungicide and poor nutrient medium for mould spores
- Antistatic and dust-repellent
- Matt and highly covering marble white
A dry substrate and without separating substances such as e.g. such as oil stains. Less adhesive layers should be removed with a wire brush or spatula. If it is necessary, the substrate is strengthened with a deep primer if necessary. If the lime paint is also available in colourful ?
Marble lime paint can be coloured with all our colour pigments, except with micaceous iron ore, which is rather unsuitable. The dry colours are mixed to a coloured dough and stirred into the lime colour. You can read the instructions for mixing the coloured dough here. Before starting with the coloured paint, one or two coats of white paint should be applied, either with a lime brush or a roller. The coloured lime paint is best applied with a lime brush. Differently absorbent plaster bases lead to stained surfaces. If this should not be desired, it can be pre-coated with casein primer.
What is the consumption of lime paint?
On smooth surfaces you need approx. 130-150 g/m². Depending on the absorbency of the substrate, the lime paint can be diluted with up to 1 l./bucket of water.
A previous coat of deep primer balances the absorbency of the substrate. This facilitates application and reduces the consumption of lime paint. The final hiding power of the lime paint can only be seen after it has completely dried.