Primers and priming paints

Pre-painted in the color of the laid plaster or paint, thus creating a colored background, which prevents color differences in the facade



A prerequisite for secure application and installation of exterior plasters and paints is a smooth base on which to be fastened. Priming is a compulsory stage of preparation. It has one main purpose - to impregnate and strengthen the foundation in depth and to prevent damage on it. Its other important function is to reduce and equalize the absorption of subsequently applied finishing layer - whether it's paint or plaster. The end result is to ensure strong links between the base and finish coat.

Primers for facades are pre-colored and used for preparation of the foundation before application of colored thin-layer coats (paste - silicate, silicon, polymer, mosaic or mineral) or before painting the walls. They retain the ability of the wall to "breathe", ensure its tightness and improve the grip to it of finish coat. Pre-coloring of plaster layer or paint creates a colored ground, which prevents color differences and dark spots in the facade during the structuring the plaster or paint application.

 

 

  • TERMOFLEX® COLOUR PRIMER

    Coloured steam permeable primer, which penetrates within the base and improves adhesion prior to plaster application and facade painting