Suprabilit

Tikkurila Suprabilit is a special dispersion design for painting of absorptive interior surfaces before painting. It reinforce and decrease absorption of the surface and increase adhesion of decorative paints.

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Suprabilit

Tikkurila Suprabilit is a special dispersion design for painting of absorptive interior surfaces before painting. It reinforce and decrease absorption of the surface and increase adhesion of decorative paints.

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  • 4 h
Description

Tikkurila Suprabilit is a special dispersion design for painting of absorptive interior surfaces before painting. It reinforce and decrease absorption of the surface and increase adhesion of decorative paints.


Product Features

Suitable for painting of gypsum boards, putty, gypsum plasters, cement-lime plasters, concrete surfaces.


Recommended Uses

Interior walls and ceilings, when good adhesion is required from the primer.


Coverage

Up to 18 m²/l max. with one coat. The coverage depends to a large degree on such factors as absorbability, substrate texture, application method and colour.


Application Method

brush, roller, spraying


Storage

The product must be transported and stored in containers, which protect it against influence of atmospheric conditions. The storage and transport temperature must be between +5°C and +25°C. Protect the paint against frost.


Strengthens primed surface

The product contains a unique dispersion designed for the preparation of absorbents and loose substrates.

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Reduces top coat consumption

Suprabilit unifies absorption of the surface that cause the coverage increase of the top coat.

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Increased adhesion of decorative paints

We recommend to paint absorptive interior surfaces with Suprabilit before finishing paint. It increases the adhesion of the top coat of walls and ceilings.

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