The enamel is a glaze water Titanlux easily applied, with good flatness and abrasion resistance, incorporating Silcurane. The main advantages are the following: Washable, odorless, non-yellowing enamel Titanlux water can be used both indoors and outdoors, is suitable for wood, plaster, iron and masonry can be used on doors, windows, walls, radiators, furniture, etc., in the home, schools, clinics, hotels, etc.
Balustrade with Enamel Acrylic paint
The balustrades are elements of very complicated work of painting in which not all paints are used for this purpose. The acrylic enamel is ideal for this application because of its high elasticity and hardness (no cracks and plastic paints) as well as its high washability product. As acrylic does not yellow over time like other glazes. The balustrades are formed using silicone molds and mold release and often this silicone is embedded being a point where the paint does not adhere well. To avoid this, if the balustrade is new is desirable to apply a fixative to promote anchorage acrylic enamel, then 2 coats of finish with acrylic enamel. When the rail is already painted and the paint is not properly attached, it is best to scrape and sand the pintura old, apply an acrylic fixative and then 2 coats of acrylic enamel.
-Performance: 12 to 14.5 m² / Lt per coat (Approximate) <./ P>
*Interior ending in 1 or 2 coats thick layer without overworking.
*Outside:finish with 2 or 3 hands in thick layer without overworking.
-Useful: Brush, roller or spray gun.
Application unprepared surfaces
-Wood:Sand the wood in the direction of the grain, clean thoroughly, remove resins or resin secretions and kill sharp edges. Apply primer sealer as needed.
-Iron:First apply Main ElectrOolitic . Working outdoors two coats of primer are necessary. Indoors, one layer is sufficient.
Application on painted surfaces in good condition: washing, sand lightly and directly apply 1 or 2 coats of enamel water Titanlux.
Application on painted surfaces in poor condition: completely remove and proceed as in new areas.