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To conserve fresh natural Color of ceramic brick it needs to be protected. 
(N. B. brickwork comprises of bricks and mortar; it is essential for the mortar to
be firm and non-friable.)
Surface Preparation: 
Scrap off mortar splashes and brush down with stiff wire/coir brushes. If there is
any fungal growth then clean and apply Anti-fungus solution. Before painting it is
to be ensured that the brickwork is completely dry. 
Exterior Painting: 
Flat finish: 
1 coat of Plastron Sealer. 
2 coats of Acrylic Plastic Emulsion/ Weather
Textured finish: 
1 coat of Tartaruga Textured paint. 
Ceramic Brick:   
3-4 coats of Silicone Water Repellent 
Interior Painting: 
Matt Finish 
1coat Plastron Sealer. 
2 coats of R. APE/ R. APE Classic/ Matt 
Finish/Robb. Lustre Finish. 
Sheen velvet Finish:
1coat Plastron Sealer 
2 coats Luxury Silk 
Textured Finish: 
1 coat Tartaruga
Gloss Finish:
1 coat Plastron Sealer. 
2 coats Super Gloss Synthetic Enamel.
Different types of building boards are available to meet different requirements.
Wall Boards:
These have a lower fibre density than hard boards, which are chiefly used for
interior wall coverings and partitions. 
Insulation Boards:
With an even lower fibre density than wallboards, these fall into two categories
soft fibre boards and rigid mineral boards. 
Soft Fibre Boards:
These are low density boards which are used to provide a degree of thermal and
sound insulation. They are porous and hence unsuitable for damp environment.
The open porous texture of unfaced insulation boards needs sealing with an
appropriate sealer coat. This will effectively block up the pores and enable
subsequent coats with other decorative paints to hold out without sinking into the