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The primer is intended for preparation before applying paint or plaster. For highly absorbent surfaces of walls and ceilings. To equalize the degree of absorption (for example, different wall materials in the same room). It is used as a preparation before applying paint or plaster.


– Water
– carnauba wax
– potash
– shellac soap
– beeswax
– benzisothiazolinone
– natural resin soap
– cellulose

The VOC content is a maximum of 1 g/l The maximum EU limit is 30 g/l (category “A” since 2010).

1 l

25 m2

2.5 l

62 m2

10 l

250 m2

Apply with a brush, roller or spray gun. The temperature of the premises and the treated surface must be at least 12 °C.

Application: 1 or 2 coats depending on the color of the base and the color of the paint.

Always do a trial coloring.



Spray gun


The surface must be dry, durable, clean, free of grease and dust.

The air and surface temperature is above 15 °C. The primer should be diluted 1:1 with water before application.

To achieve a high load-bearing capacity of the final coating, the substrate must become moderately absorbent.

For best results, please read the technical data sheets of paints applied to the ground.

The primer can be applied to all types of plaster, porous stone, plasterboard sheets and old wall paints. The base must be dry, clean, free of dust and grease. It may have a slightly acidic or slightly alkaline chemical reaction.

Carefully read the technical instructions of each composition used.

At 20°C and 50% relative humidity for about 24 hours. To dry the composition and avoid the formation of a specific odor, it is recommended to ventilate the room and use forced ventilation.

A sufficient amount of oxygen in the air is needed to dry the composition.

Regularly ventilate the room well. In order to avoid the formation of a specific odor, it is recommended to use sources of constantly circulating air, for example, fans.

Immediately after work, use water and natural soap LEINOS art. 930 to clean the tool.

Keep out of reach of children

Avoid contact with the environment. Avoid contact with the environment.

Residues should not be disposed of in the soil or sewage. Dispose of the contents/container for appropriate recycling.

May cause an allergic reaction.

Store in a cool, dry place, do not freeze. Shelf life in a closed package is 12 months.

According to the official rules. Disposal Code: EAK/EWC 08 01 20 Dry product residues can be disposed of as household waste.


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