With Kreidezeit Full-tone Binder and pigments you can easily mix full-tone wall paints to your own taste. There are no limits to your imagination. You can produce wall paints from single pigments, or from mixtures of two or more pigments in any ratio.
Full-tone Binder is for interior walls and ceilings.
Suitable for all structurally-sound, absorbent indoor renders (clay, lime, gypsum and cement), fillers, ingrain wallpaper, pure wallpaper, paper fleece, plasterboard, gypsum fibreboards and concrete.
Also suitable for firmly ingrained, matt and absorbent emulsion paints (please always test on a small sample area first).
The Full-tone Binder must be mixed with pigments in a ratio of 1:1 and must not be applied un-pigmented as a single coat.
- Powder for mixing with water
- Easy to use
- Low odour
- Very open to diffusion
- No Titanium White used
- Wipe resistant
- Free of synthetic resin binders
Consumption per m² approx. 50 g Full-tone Binder + 50 g pigment per coat.
Exact application rate values must be determined in site.
Apply a base coat to all renders, fillers, levelled drywall, concrete and old emulsion paints with Vega Primer or Casein Primer and leave to dry completely. Do not apply to lining paper/wallpaper.
Mixing the paint
The Full-tone Binder must be mixed with pigments in a 1:1 ratio, e.g. 1 kg solid binder (powder) + 1 kg pigment (powder).
First stir the pigment lump-free into the required amount of clean, cold water and only then stir in the Full-ton Binder until the mixture is lump-free. Alternatively, the Full-tone Binder and pigments can also be pre-mixed dry beforehand and then stirred together in water.
Use a powerful drill with agitator for mixing. Leave to expand for at least 30 minutes and stir well again before processing.
The water requirement varies depending on the pigment used. Typically, 1.25 litres – 2 litres of water per bag.
It is important not to apply Full-tone paints too thickly. This means that, depending on the substrate, the paints may have to be further diluted with water to achieve a good spread.
Application temperature at least 8°C.
Stir occasionally during application.
Two coats are typically required for full opacity. Do not attempt to cover dark and high-contrast substrates with only one coat of paint; excessive application thicknesses can lead to damage to the coating! Allow previous coats to dry completely before applying another coat.
Using a paint brush Apply evenly with a facade brush in a criss-cross pattern.
Using a Roller Apply the paint liberally and evenly in a criss-cross pattern. Then immediately use a roller in a single direction, without applying any further paint.
You must apply the paint on the same day as mixing.
Do not use paint that smells bad or rotten under any circumstances: Danger of prolonged odour problems even after drying!
Safe to coat after approx. 8 hrs. Thoroughly dried after approx. 24 hrs.
Chalk, vegetable casein, kaoline, cellulose, soda, methyl cellulose.