Aglaia Undercoat/Precoater

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Aglaia Undercoat/Precoater

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A white-matt diffusable undercoat for wood and metal surfaces, interior and exterior use.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the colour and texture of products on this website but due to the limitations of technology, we strongly recommend that sample products are purchased for testing in situ prior to the full order being placed.

Aglaia Precoater/Undercoat - 2.5 Litres

£73.85 (Excl. VAT)

Aglaia Precoater/Undercoat - 750ml

£24.20 (Excl. VAT)
Description

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A white-matt diffusible undercoat for wood and metal surfaces, interior and exterior use. Ideal priming coat for the Weather Protection and internal lacquers and as an intermediate coat for the Corrosion Protection paint on metal.

To see an example of this product in use, see our case study of Maesgwyn Cottage, Carmarthenshire.

Technical Documents
View FileUndercoat/Precoater Technical Sheet    Size: (760.34 KB)
Benefits

They are made from environmentally friendly, renewable materials; conventional paints are still often based on petro-chemicals (causing huge environmental problems) and fossil fuels like crude oil (that are too precious to burn).

There is no human health hazard to users or those living and working in the space afterwards.

100% VOC-free naturally.

These products have a full declaration of ingredients and descriptions of their composition and origination, unlike many of the paints claiming to be 'green' on the market today.

They are technically good i.e. easy-to-use, hard-wearing and proven over a large number of years on thousands of square metres of wall and wood. However, because they do not have conventional artificial drying agents etc, instructions must be followed.

They are highly vapour permeable and therefore compatible with other natural and traditional building materials. They can directly help to control damp/condensation within a building.

FAQs

Coverage: 10m2 per litre.

To see an example of this product in use, see our case study of Maesgwyn Cottage, Carmarthenshire.

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