- Application Methods
- Brush, Roller
- Up to 10sq/m per litre
- Touch dry
- Up to 1 hour
- Suitable for...
- Interior use
- Water & Detergent
* Colours on screen may vary from actual paint
Completing all your interior renovation and indoor decorating projects with a single paint has never been easier! Multi-Surface Renovation is a 2 in 1 solution that adheres to most interior surfaces, offering outstanding hiding power in a single coat for a flawless, fast and effective result.
Direct to 20 surfaces
- Walls, ceilings, woodworks
- Contrasting surfaces (bright or dark colours) or stained surfaces (insect marks, finger marks, shiny marks or black marks)
- Old acrylic and solvent-based paints
- Wallpapers, lining paper, ceiling tiles, polystyrene
- Plasterboard, cement, concrete, brick, render, cladding panels
- Bare, varnished and stained wood, panelling, MDF, chipboard
- Flush and post-formed doors, skirting
- Pre-painted radiators, copper radiations, etc.
Good preparation of the surface is essential for a perfect end result.
On new bare substrates:
Multi-Surface Renovation cannot be used as a one-coat application on new bare and porous substrates. We recommend prior use of an appropriate undercoat for an optimal and more economical results. If no undercoat is applied, observe the following recommendations.
- On plasterboard: remove dust and apply a first coat diluted with 10% water, follwed by a second undiluted coat.
- On wood and derivaties: sand lightly and remove dust
- On exotic woods: degrease and apply an appropriate undercoat
- On brick, cement or new concrete: leave to dry for 3 months before applying the paint. Then sand lightly and remove dust (do not apply on floor).
On old radiators:
- On painted aluminium, metal, cast iron: wash, rinse thoroughly with clean water, leave to dry, then sand with a 240 grit abrasive and remove dust.
On other painted substrates: wash, rinse, sand with a 120 grit abrasive and remove dust.
On wallpapers and lining paper: apply a first coat diluted with 10% water, followed by a second undiluted coat. On wallpapers, do a compatibility test on a small area.
On polystyrnene: apply a first coat diluated with 10% water, followed by a second undiluted coat.
On flaking or cracked surfaces: remove flaking materials. Fill in holes and cracks. Apply a smoothing compound. Sand and apply an appropriate undercoat.