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Aretusa Graffiato

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Aretusa Graffiato

150.00 140.00

Acrylic wall coating;

ARETUSA GRAFFIATO is an acrylic wall covering with a protective and decorative thickness, able to form a continuous, porous, transpiring layer, with excellent adhesion to substrates, excellent resistance to atmospheric agents, washing, abrasion and stability chromatic also in correspondence of surfaces exposed to bad weather and light radiations. It is available in two versions, MEDIUM and MEDIUM END.

Description

■ TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
ARETUSA GRAFFIATO is a protective and decorative acrylic wall covering. It forms a continuous porous and breathable opaque
layer, with excellent adhesion to supports, excellent resistance to weathering, washing, abrasion, low retention of dirt, and colour
stability even on surfaces exposed to weather and light radiation. It’s available in two versions, MEDIUM and MEDIUM-FINE.

■ COMPOSITION AND USE
ARETUSA GRAFFIATO is made up of acrylic resins in emulsion, siliceous inert particles, selected marble granules, photo resistant
pigments and specific additives. It is used to protect and decorate lime or cement-based plaster, plasterboards and concrete. Thanks to
its well-balanced formulation, to its easiness of application and traditional aesthetic effect, it’s used to decorate and restore new and
old buildings.

■ PREPARING SURFACES AND APPLICATION
The walls must be seasoned and dry, free from dust and dirt, oil, vegetable colonies, evidence of salts, residual of working. Walls not
perfectly anchored must be brushed and cleaned. Very absorbent surfaces or with significant differences in absorption, or crumbly
plaster must be wetted with ACRIL PRIMER, insulator acrylic fixer, or with IDROFIX DM 50, consolidating fixative. In the event
of not crumbly or synthetic plaster is sufficient to isolate with a layer of MICRON PAINT or PITTURA AL QUARZO. This product
must be applied following the instructions carefully, first with a stainless steel trowel and then with a plastic trowel.