Thermal cork paint
Applying a thermal paint of cork and lime is the simplest way to sanitize and isolate cold and wet walls: if you apply cork heat-insulating paint, the wall becomes warmer thus preventing the phenomenon of moisture condensation, a phenomenon that favors the onset of mold and unpleasant smell. With Bioart-Painting / Thermal smoothing of cork you get walls that are healthy and isolated with no more mold and heat dispersion.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CORRECT APPLICATION OF ANTIMUFFA ANTI-CONDENSATION PAINTING
if there is mold, before applying the thermal anti-condensation paint, apply Toglimuffa to sanitize the wall
2- Preparation of the fund
Apply a coat of Primer coat: you get a solid and rough surface, suitable for guaranteeing a bioart grip - Thermal painting / Thermal plaster of cork and lime.
Pack of 1.5 liters yield - about 15 square meters
Pack of 7 liters yield - about 70 square meters
3-Bioart-Thermal painting / Thermal plaster of cork and lime.
Our advice is to use a stainless steel spatula with rounded edges to get a smooth, smooth surface with a constant thickness of thermal paint.
The thermal paint can also be applied with a brush but with a more rustic effect! the brush finish includes at least two coats of paint / insulating plaster
4-Coloring of thermal paint
Buy eventually Bioart-Thermal Painting of Cork in one of the available colors.
The natural color of the thermal paint is light gray: if you want a different color you can choose from the available colors (see the color chart)
WHY CHOOSE A THERMO INSULATING PAINT OF CORK?
Because the thermal paints on the market contain ceramic microspheres based on acrylic: as the acrylic resin is a derivative of oil, it results in little breathability of the treated wall. Bioart-painting / thermal plaster is mainly composed of cork, lime, cellulose or linseed oil. Like all natural and bio-building products, the thermal insulating paint of cork and lime is beautiful to the eye and pleasant to the touch.
ON WHICH SURFACES CAN I APPLY ANTIMUFFE ANTICONDENSA PAINTING OF CORK AND LIME?
You can spread the thermal paint / plaster of cork and lime on every surface after applying the adhesion primer that guarantees adhesion and regularity of the cork and lime thermal paint / plaster. thanks to the application of the adhesion primer you can use cork heat-insulating paint on lime plaster, plaster and reinforced concrete.
The adhesion primer for thermal painting is important for several reasons:
1. acts as a fixative for weak or chalking surfaces,
2. limits the absorption of water thus offering more ease in laying the thermal plaster
3. roughens the surface of the wall to ensure a strong grip of the anti-mold thermal paint.
HOW TO COLOR THE ANTI-MOLD / ANTICONDENSA PAINTING OF CORK AND LIME?
One of the most frequently asked questions is: how can I color the cork and lime thermal paint / plaster? The temptation is to pass the water-based paint previously used on the walls of the house in order to obtain the same color. Our advice is to color the cork thermal paint / plaster directly so that the final surface is not "cooled" by non-thermal water-based paints. In this way the best anti-condensation and anti-mold power of the thermal paint is safeguarded.
On the product page select the color you want: we remind you that the natural color of the product is not white but gray, and that to obtain a white one must select the corresponding color from the color chart.