Primers before interior painting

The primers used before painting impregnate the base in depth and strengthen it permanently. They level its absorption capacity and decrease the consumption of the paint.



The final result of painting depends on a number of factors. Besides the quality of the paint and its cover capacity, the base which is painted is of a decisive importance – its state and preparation. Not all surfaces are suitable for painting. Depending on their specifics, they should be professionally prepared for the laying of the paint.

The appropriate priming determines the optics and the quality of the painted surface. Quite often it is not taken as seriously as the painting itself. This, however, is a gross blunder. Each surface could be as good as its priming.

Priming performs a number of different functions. On the first place, it improves the adhesion of the laid cover to the base. The primer penetrates deeply into the base and strengthens it permanently. It levels its absorption capacity and decreases the consumption of then paint in the following operations. It protects the base and contributes to its durability.