ACS Mould Eradication Additive will convert an ordinary decorative paint into a mould resistant coating for walls and ceilings following treatment with ACS Mould Wash Concentrate.
ACS Mould Eradication Additive can be used with emulsion paints, oil based gloss, eggshell, tile grout and wallpaper paste.
Preparation of surfaces
Prepare the surfaces to be painted by removing any loose or flaking material (including wallpaper) and filling all cracks and defects in the normal way and use ACS Mould Wash Concentrate to clean down the prepared area.
One 50ml container of Mould Eradication Additive 50ml is enough to convert 2.5 litres of paint into mould resisting paint.
ACS Mould/Algae Treatment Comparisons
|Borocol 5Rh||Mould Wash Concentrate||Mould Eradication Additive|
|Description||Surface Biocide and wood treatment||Fungicidal cleaner and surface biocide||Biocidal additive for decorating products to improve mould resistance|
|Active against||Algae and moulds||Mould, Fungi, Mildew and Algae||Mould|
|Uses||Decking, garden furniture, stone patios and paths||Masonry, tiles, wood and painted surfaces. Mainly a pre-wash treatment.||Added to paints, grouts and wallpaper paste following pre-treatment with ACS Mould Wash concentrate.|
|Packaging||Ready to use liquid||Liquid concentrate||Liquid additive|
|Application method||Brush/roller/spray/dip||Sponge/brush/cloth||50ml added to 2.5 Litres of decorating product|
|Number of coats||2||1||–|
|Coverage/litre||2 – 4m²||10 – 12m²||–|
|Active ingredients||DOT, BAC||BAC||IPBC|
|Bat Friendly (TIN092)||No||No||No|
COPR: Control of Pesticides Regulations 1986
BPR: Biocidal Products Regulations
IPBC: Iodopropynyl Butyl Carbanate
DOT: Disodium Octaborate Tetrahydrate
BAC: Benzalkonium Chloride
TIN092: Natural England Technical Information Note TIN092