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How to cover dark colours ready for painting
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Step by step
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- Make sure surfaces are clean, dry and free from loose particles and mould.
- Stir the product well and transfer to a roller tray for easier roller loading. You'll get the best results by using a short pile roller (up to 5mm or 3/16").
- Apply the product evenly to the wall. Try to avoid overspreading.
- Polycell BaseCoat Complete can also be applied by brush.
- Remove any splashes of product immediately before they dry. Wash tools in warm soapy water immediately after use. Allow Polycell BaseCoat to dry for 4-6 hours.
- Your wall is now ready to paint - follow the paint manufacturers guidelines.
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