- What is the correct ratio for mixing Plaster Repair?
- Why do I still have marks after using 3 in 1 Mould Killer?
- What should I do to prepare a wall for painting or wallpapering?
- Are things like brush cleaners really necessary why not just use white spirit?
- The skirtings, doorframes & doors have several chipped & flaking coats of paint on them - how do I make them presentable?
Polycell 3 in 1 Problem Wall Primer
Polycell Problem Wall Primer is a unique roller-applied product that solves common wall and ceiling problems in one coat. It seals, stabilises and prepares flaky, powdery or absorbent surfaces, providing a sound foundation that’s ready to paint.
- Seals, stabilises and prepares flaky, powdery or absorbent surfaces.
- Provides a sound foundation ready to paint in just one coat.
- Easy to apply with a roller.
- ToolsRoller, masking tape.
- Difficulty levelone stars
- Pack size2.5L tub
- Drying time3 - 4 hours (depending on conditions)
How to apply
- Difficulty levelstarsone stars difficultylevel
- Ensure surface is clean, dry and free from loose particles, wallpaper and mould. If a mould is present treat with Polycell Mould Killer. Allow fresh plaster to dry for 7-10 days before treating.
- Chalking distemper paints should be thoroughly removed before use.
- Apply 1 coat of Polycell Problem Wall Treatment using a roller.
- Once dry, the surface can be finished with all types of decorative paints.
- After use, remove as much product from the roller as possible and wash with warm water.
Tools you need
- masking tape.
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