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- Painting all types of new, well-cured cementitious or lime-based renders, and old cementitious or limebased renders which are regular, well-bonded and solid.
- Painting over old paints and old plastic or mineral coating materials which are well bonded to the substrate.
Quarzolite Paint is resistant to all climatic conditions and the aggressive attack of smog, salt and sunlight, and provides a long-lasting protective coat for the substrate. Quarzolite Paint bonds perfectly to all types of renders and to old, well-bonded paints, after being treated with Malech.
Use Quarzolite Base Coat instead of Malech for poor coverage paints. Quarzolite Paint is also suitable for internal use on gypsum or old painted surfaces if they are well-bonded and sound, and after being treated with Malech.
Quarzolite Paint protects the substrate and gives it a uniform, attractive appearance with a slightly rough finish. It is available in a wide range of colours which may be obtained using the ColorMap® automatic colour system.
Preparation of the substrate
New surfaces or surfaces which have been patched with mortar must be well cured, perfectly clean, sound and dry. Completely remove all traces of oil or grease from the surface and also parts which are not well attached. Seal any cracks which are present in the substrate and repair the parts which are in poor condition. Seal off the porosity and smooth off any irregular parts in the substrate. Apply Malech (ready-to-use) and, after 12-24 hours, apply the Quarzolite Paint.
Preparation of the product
Dilute Quarzolite Paint with 15-20% water, making sure that it is well mixed together. If possible, use a low-speed drill to help with mixing. If only partial quantities are to be prepared, make sure that the Quarzolite Paint is well mixed in its original container before pouring off the quantity required.
Application of the product
Quarzolite Paint is applied using traditional methods with a brush, a roller or with a spray gun on top of a coat of dry Malech primer. For bright colours with poor covering properties, use Quarzolite Base Coat or Dursilite Base Coat of the same colour instead of Malech.
If you decide to use Malech (colourless), we recommend diluting it with 20-30% of Quarzolite Paint in the final colour chosen. This makes it easier to identify the areas where primer has been applied, and also forms a coloured base coat which helps cover the substrate. The protection cycle foresees the application of at least two coats of Quarzolite Paint, applied at a distance of 24 hours between each coat under normal conditions of humidity and temperature, and in all cases when the underlying layer is completely dry.
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