Uula Interior Primer
Alk. 30,54 €
A water-based interior primer for walls, ceilings and furniture to aid adhesion.
Uula Interior Primer – for interior priming and matt painting
Uula Interior Paint is designed for priming untreated or previously painted wood, fibre board, stone and plaster surfaces in dry interior spaces. It is suited to walls, ceilings, panelling, doors, architraves, skirting boards and furniture. The product is not suitable for priming floors nor is it used under translucent paints or surface treatment products. Into Interior Primer is a perfect match to Into Interior Paint, Into Furniture Paint and Uula Door and Window Paint. Into Interior Primer is pleasant to use as it is odourless and the painted surface dries quickly. The primer affects the absorption of the subsequent coats, improves adhesion and eases the application of paint. Into Interior Primer can also be used as a matt interior paint.
The water-based primer is easy to apply with a paint brush or roller, it smooths to a beautiful finish, covers well and dries quickly. The odourless and completely emission-free paint is a safe choice for priming interior surfaces. Into Interior Primer tolerates sanding very well.
Coverage: 7m2/ litre, depending on the roughness and permeability of the surface.
Drying time: Touch dry in approximately 30 minutes. Ready for sanding and subsequent coats in about 4 hours.
Colours: A basic white paint that can be used as is, or tinted to light opaque colours. Colour options are found in the Uula Interior Colour Chart and Uula Traditional Colour Chart. It can also be tinted to light shades of most commonly available colour charts. Please note that depending on the tinting pastes, tinting machinery and methods there may be subtle variation in shade.
Plastic-free: The paint does not contain any plastic agents. Renewable natural oils are used as the paint binder.
Emission free: Completely VOC-free. Does not contain any volatile organic compounds.
MIT-free. (2-metyyli-2H-isotiatsol-3-oni (MIT)
The paint is classified within the best emissions category for building materials, M1.
Storage & disposal: Keep in a cool and dry place. Do not allow to freeze!
Dry and empty containers can be taken to a refuse dump. Liquid waste must be taken to a municipal hazardous waste collection point.