Instructions for processing and product information of the concrete optics set
Processing of the concrete look filler:
For these substrates, prime first:
- Gypsum plasterboard
- Rolled concrete
- Dispersion paints
- Tiles (the preparation of tiles can be read here)
- Metal etc.
To buy the recommended adhesive primer click right here.
For mineral substrates such as lime, cement or gypsum plaster, you can start immediately. Off you go.
The coloured concrete-look putty is applied evenly thin with the Venezian smoothing trowel. If you use the accessory kit, a flash-off time of about 15 minutes is observed. Use the plug to press in the holes with a rotating motion, in a rectangular grid. Now the plastic film is applied to the surface and lightly pressed on with the smoothing trowel. Afterwards, care is taken that no material adheres when the foil is removed; if this is the case, the foil can be completely removed.
From the time the filler is tightened (leather-hard), it is smoothed with the Venetian smoothing trowel.
The goal is a concrete-grey surface with the imprint of the concrete formwork, which was imitated by using the plastic foil and the plug. Subsequently, the formwork elements can still be imitated by scratching fine strokes into the coating with a level and a trowel and smoothing it again.
Optional: After a drying time of approx. 12 hours, Punish wax liquid is applied with a sponge. Allow to flash off for 30-45 min and polish with microfibre cloth.
Concrete-look filler is used for decorative wall design. Due to its high alkalinity, it is resistant to mould and highly open to water vapour diffusion.
Sump lime [Ca(OH)²], marble powder[CaCO³], water, cellulose, inorganic colour pigments, 1,2-propanediol.
approx. 1300 g/m²; depending on substrate and application, a higher consumption is also possible!
approx. 1.31 kg/l
Frost-free and in closed containers, covered with a PVC film and a layer of water, will keep for many years.
R36/38: Irritating to eyes and skin.