Offering painters and decorators a premium quality acrylic paint with very low odour levels and maximum thermal insulation performance, you can be assured InsOpaint Anti Condensation paint is the best painting and decorating option when fighting condensation problems including mould, blistering paint, discolouration, staining and peeling wallpaper – with just 2 coats. Our anti condensation and anti mould paint also provides high thermal insulation. This emulsion paint is the perfect answer for applications requiring long lasting mould resistant paint that protects from continuous and severe condensation. Can be used both as a wall paint and a ceiling paint in kitchens and bathrooms in homes, hotels, schools, universities, restaurants, service stations, gyms, swimming pools and spas.
InsOpaint anti condensation and anti mould paint covers up to 6 m² per litre with the recommended minimum of two coats. Painters and decorators can easily apply this thermal insulation acrylic paint by brush, roller or spray. If you are spray painting, filters MUST be removed and nozzle size increased to between 0.019X to 0.026X. InsOpaint thermal insulating emulsion paint has a distinct energy-saving advantage and has been scientifically proven to work. Painters and decorators should know we recommend a minimum of two coats of our acrylic paint for interior walls to achieve maximum thermal insulation and three coats for exterior walls. You can wallpaper over our emulsion paint and it will continue to provide you with thermal insulation to reduce the heat lost through the walls and ceilings by reflecting the heat BACK in to the room/building. A 5L tub will cover up to 15 m² with 2 coats.
InsOpaint Anti condensation and anti mould paint thermal insulation qualities are not diminished when painted on top of lining paper, wallpaper already painted with another emulsion and non-blown vinyl wallpapers. This damp proof paint should not be applied to “blown vinyl” wallpapers which absorb the paint and leave the insulating micro technology as a residue which will later become dispersed. Painting new plaster with our insulating emulsion paint requires a mist coat application, a coating that is one part paint and one part water, only then should you apply the rest of the insulating paint.