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LAMINATED BOARDS
Wide ranges of composite boards are generally known as plywood, blackboards,
plastic faced chipboard etc.
(See ‘Plywood’, ‘Plastics’ & ‘Building Boards’)
Painting:
2 coats of Epoxy Clear Lacquer or Polyurethane Clear Lacquer.
N. B. First coat to be applied slightly thinned down with appropriate thinner.
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LEAD SURFACE
(Paint coating is not required)
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LIMESTONE
Limestone is composed mainly of calcium carbonate and includes a wide range
of building and other stones such as Bath stone, Portland stone, dolomite
limestone, chalk, etc.
Painting:
Exterior
Clear Coating:
Silicone Water Repellent
Color Coating:
1 coat Plastron Sealer
2 coats APE/ Weather coat
Textured Coating:
1 coat Tartaruga
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LIME WASHED SURFACES
Previously lime-washed plastered surfaces should not be over coated with paint
unless complete removal of previous lime.
Surface Preparation:
Remove lime completely from the surface by wire/coir brushing, sound papering
and washing with water. Traces of lime lift on the surface will cause the paint
film to lose adhesion and peel off. Let the surface to dry completely.
Painting:
Conventional interior wall coatings can be applied
when the wall is properly prepared.