Clean the surface, used for painting, from dust and dirt.
Remove fat stains, rust, scale, and others.
When applying to the old coating surface to polish to a matte state, remove dust.
It is recommended to make a test painting, in case of blowing or stripping the old coating, remove it.
Before mixing, mix thoroughly. In the presence of a surface film it must be removed. Works are carried out at a temperature not lower than + 5 ° С and not higher than + 35 ° С. Apply the enamel to the prepared dry surface using a brush, roller, paint spray gun.
The first layer is recommended to apply the finest, the following layers – thicker.
It is recommended to apply the enamel on the vertical surface in a more thin layer to avoid the formation of a wave-like pattern and influx.
Apply each subsequent layer 15-40 minutes (wet on wet) at + 20 ° C. If the paint work was not carried out completely, then their completion (drawing of the next layer) can be performed only after 5-7 days, otherwise the shrinkage of the coating occurs.
Storage, transportation and disposal conditions:
Enamel is stored and transported in tightly sealed container, protecting from moisture and direct sunlight. Not afraid of frost. Dispose of closed container with the remainder of the product in an organized place of collection of household waste.
Material is flammable! Do not work near open sources of fire. Perform work with effective ventilation, in rubber gloves, using personal protective equipment. Avoid contact with the respiratory tract and digestion. If the paint gets into your eyes, rinse with plenty of water and seek medical advice. Workplace is forbidden: to smoke, to take food and to use open fire. After completing the work, thoroughly wash your face and hands with soap and water.