Why mineral paint?
Mineral paint is a technique used for several years to renovate traditional or old facades and protect your concrete structures. This technique makes your buildings more decorative, more aesthetic and protects your concrete structures. It will therefore ensure you a solidity over time in relation to the uv.
This technique is based on natural elements such as lime and silicate, which makes it possible to restore value to your facade cladding. These components are used both indoors and outdoors. Brushes or rollers are mainly used for this technique.
Silicate mineral paint
t is suitable for all mineral substrates (stone, clay, lime, natural plasters, concrete, cement, plaster, bricks or on mineral paint coated signs. It can also be adapted for interior and exterior woodwork. Moreover, it should not be used on plastic, metal, organic supports, wet supports or in children’s rooms because there is a lot of cleaning.
Lime mineral paint
This technique is used without undercoating on stone, terracotta bricks, natural coatings. However, if you want to use it on plaster, plasterboard, wood or plastic, you must first apply a specific undercoat for lime to prevent the paint from flaking and peeling. It is best used on interior walls or damp rooms, but it can also be applied to facades.
The benefits include
- Durable over time
- Weather resistant
- Esthetic design
- Quick drying