Zinsser
Perma-White Interior Matt (Tinted) S2070G60Y 5L

BN6015515F
NCS: S2070G60Y
A washable anti-mould paint for interior walls and woodwork.
Perma-White Interior Matt (Tinted)
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In detail

Zinsser Perma-White is a washable anti-mould primer and finish for interior walls and woodwork.Designed to prevent the growth of mould and mildew for up to 5 years when applied as part of a 2 coat system.It is ideal for use in bathrooms and wet rooms.It is water-based and fast drying, with coverage up to 10sq/m per litre.

Size
5L 
Application Methods
Airless Spray, Brush, Paint Pad, Roller
Coverage
Up to 10sq/m per litre 
VOC level
Low 
Thinning
Water 
Touch dry
1-4 hours 
Recoatable
1-4 hours 
Suitable for...
Interior use 
Colour type
Tinted 
Finish
Matt 
Cleanup
Water & Detergent 

* Colours on screen may vary from actual paint

Available colours

Zinsser Perma-White Interior Matt (Tinted) is available in 2491 colours from the Zinsser Colour Cards.

    Browse colours

    Always ask your client to try their colour choice on the wall first. Colour cards and emulsion sample pots are available at your local Brewers or at designerpaint.com

    Additional information

    Unlike ordinary paints, PERMA-WHITE® SATIN produces a tough, scrubbable finish that withstands moisture and resists dirt pickup. Great for all interior surfaces. PERMA-WHITE® is ideal for new or previously painted wallboard, plaster ceilings and walls, and any wood trim. PERMA-WHITE® is self-priming and will bond to existing glossy paints without sanding. For most jobs, there is no need to purchase a separate primer. After removing existing mould and mildew, two coats of PERMA-WHITE® will ensure that any interior looks bright and beautiful for years.

    Preparation

    Surfaces must be clean, sound and free of dirt, dust, grease, wax, wallcovering adhesive, soap film, loose paint or other surface contamination. Wash surfaces with an appropriate household cleaning solution and rinse thoroughly. Remove all existing mould and mildew before painting using Blackfriar Fungicidal Wash. If you are concerned about mould and mildew growth on other surfaces and/or unseen places, contact a mould removal specialist. Follow appropriate guidelines for mould removal. Check for satisfactory paint adhesion by cutting an "X" with a razor blade in the old paint film. Apply cellophane tape firmly over the "X" and pull tape quickly away. If old paint releases, remove by scraping. Sand rough areas and remove dust. Special precautions should be taken during surface preparation of pre-1960 paint surfaces as they may contain harmful lead. Avoid the inhalation of dust. Wear a suitable face mask if dry sanding.

    Application

    • Shake or stir well before using.
    • Apply with synthetic bristle brush, roller, pad applicator or sprayer. For airless spraying, use a .017 tip and high medium (20002600 PSI) pressure.
    • Apply when air and surface temperatures are between 10°-32°C and humidity is less than 80%.