For newly constructed Interior Surfaces

  • Apply one coat of water-based interior primer directly on to the wall after enough maturation (3-5 months) is provided to the newly plastered interior wall
  • Use a suitable acrylic wall putty to make the undulations, pores and dents
  • Sand the putty after it dries
  • Apply another coat of interior primer over the sanded putty surface to make the surface even and lesser absorbing
  • Apply one or more coats of the chosen emulsion paint after the primer has dried to provide the required finish, colour and sheen levels

Apply a suitable topcoat to provide the required finish, colour and sheen

  • Inspect the interior surface to be painted for adhesion of the existing paint
  • Sand the existing paint to improve the adhesion of the new paint over the existing paint
  • Apply the interior primer
  • Use a suitable acrylic wall putty to make the undulations, pores and dents
  • Sand the putty after it dries
  • Apply another coat of interior primer over the sanded putty surface to make the surface even and lesser absorbing
  • Apply one or more coats of the chosen emulsion paint after the primer has dried to provide the required finish, colour and sheen levels

For newly constructed Exterior Surfaces

  • Apply one coat of water-based interior primer directly on to the wall after enough maturation (1.5-2 months) is provided to the newly plastered exterior wall
  • Apply one more coat of the primer if the plastered texture is too porous
  • Apply two coats of the suitable topcoat to provide the required finish, colour and sheen levels

For re-painting the Exterior Surfaces

  • Inspect the exterior surface to be painted for adhesion of the existing paint
  • Sand the existing paint to remove any dried algae or dirt and to improve the adhesion of the new paint over the existing paint
  • Apply a coat of exterior primer
  • Apply a suitable topcoat to provide the required finish, colour and sheen

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