Directions for use :
Remove loose plaster and dust particles and rub lightly with sand paper. Previous coatings of limewash, colour wash and powder distemper must be scraped off
In case of repainting earlier coating of oil based or emulsion based paints need to be removed if in sound condition. However, the sheen on such surfaces must be removed by thorough sanding. Cracked or flaking paint must be scrapped off completely and the surface should be clean and dry before application of paint.
Apply a coat of Ocean water based cement primer where necessary. For best results, fill up dents with 2 or more coats of Ocean Acrylic Putty in thin layers. Wherever putty is applied, a coat of Ocean cement primer is recommended as an undercoat on the top of the putty for eliminating the patchy appearance in the final coats.
Ocean Acrylic Distemper is supplied as a thick paste and water is to be added slowly to the paste while stirring to obtain brushing consistency. Normally, for thinning, add 750 ml of clean portable water to 1 kg of Acrylic Distemper. However the amount of water needed will depend upon the porosity and texture of the substrate. Apply 2-3 coats by brushing, keeping an inter-coat interval of about 4 hours between successive coats.
DIRECTIONS OF USE
1 coat 120 - 140 sq.ft/kg**
2coats 80 - 110 sq.ft/kg**
*Actual Coverage may vary from the quoted coverage due to factors such
as method and mode of application and surface roughness and porosity.
Tinting must be done, if required, before thinning.
Do not over thin.
Stir well and strain before use.
TECHNICAL DATA :
Areas of application Interior plasters, brick work, asbestos, etc
Consistency offered 290-320 divisions on Penetrometer
Recommended Thinner Clean portable water
Dilution Add 750 ml of water to 1 kg of Distemper
Method of Application Brush , Roller
Primer Recommended Ocean Water Base Primer
Drying Time (@28-30◦ C) Surface dry in 15 to 20 minutes
Recoating After an interval of 4 hours
Finish Smooth and Egg- Shell sheen
Shades available As per shade card
FIRE HAZARD CLASS
Recommended to wear protective
clothing like gloves, overall, etc.