ican Grepp V Primer
Ideal White Blocking Primer
eico ican Grepp V Primer is a wateborne Acrylic-Alkyd white-pigmented primer sealer, offering stain and flash rusting block for mist interior/exterior surfaces. It has excellent adhesion to most new or previously painted surfaces and is an ideal product for those who want alkyd based quality in a waterborne primer. It is fast drying and can be overpainted with acrylic/alkyd based paint.
eico ican Grepp V Primer is the ideal white blocking primer for both interior and exterior surfaces such as walls, furniture, ceilings, concrete, masonry, cement, previously painted surfaces, plasterboard, and woodwork. It is a waterbourne primer designed to behave in the same way as an alkyd paint. Ideal for blocking stains and surfaces with a high exposure to moisture, and is the perfect primer underneath any of the other high quality eicó topcoats such as Alterior, Chalk Matt, Porslin or Helmatt.
- Suitable for interior and exterior use
- Very low VOC content
- Ready to use brush or roller use
- Can be used over existing painted surfaces
- Perfect for high moisture environments
|Coverage||Approximately 5–7m2 per litre|
|Application||Brush, Roller, Spray|
|Drying Time||Touch dry in 1-2 hours. Dry to recoat 4-6 hours @ 23°C|
|Coats||Variable depending on look desired|
|Cleanup||Clean directly after using water|
|Storage||2 years if can kept dry and firmly shut, away from direct sunlight|
On rough surfaces it may be necessary to dilute the paint by about 10% with fresh water. Use only where application and drying can proceed at temperatures above 5ºC, preferably above 10ºC and relative humidity below 85%. Temperature of surface should be 5 to 35º C.
The surface should be stable, firm and free of dust, sand, loose old paint, laitance, dirt, grease and oil prior to using to avoid problems such as uneven or patchy drying.
Surfaces should be cleaned down to remove surface contaminants prior to applying.
Before using the paint, it should be thoroughly mixed. Shaking the container will ensure possible all pigment in the paint is dissolved.
Glossy surfaces should be abraded with a fine sanding paper. Fill cracks and holes with suitable filler and sand lightly before coating. Rusty surfaces have to be wire brushed lightly to remove any scaly matter.
One or Two coats can be applied to achieve the desired coverage and colour depth. The best results are achieved between 18°C and 22°C with good air movement and ventilation.
Use a fine-tipped Synthetic Bristle Brush to apply the paint in a vertical direction then spread the paint out evenly in a horizontal direction. Lay off the final coat in one direction to eliminate brush.
When using Roller application, use a medium pile woven polyester roller. Apply the paint in sloping strokes to spread the paint consistently. Repeat this action by operating in small sections. Always dry to wet areas to minimise roller marks. Lay the final coat in a single direction to ensure that any roller marks are minimised.
When Airless Spraying set up of 18 thou (457µm) 65° angle tip using a pressure of between 2000–2700 psi (138–186 bar) for good results.
When HVLP Spraying the paint may need to be diluted with water by up to 10%. Trial with the air control valve, material flow adjustment, fan size and spray pattern settings on a discreet area until you are happy with the finish. Spray several thin coats, allowing each coat to dry fully before applying the next one.
Wipe lightly with a soft damp cloth or sponge. Depending on the substrate, finish with 1 or 2 coats of your desired top coat finish.
Clean brushes and rollers with warm soapy water.