Gray Gray 117, Calcium color is a traditional color that allows the wall to breathe. Our lime paint can be used on many different surfaces. Puts - Plaster (We usually roll it) - Wood but look only as beautiful and healthy for the environment and health, it can not be dried or worn as a plastic color. Our lime colors do not fall as much as traditional lime colors and the more pigments that are found in them, the smaller they fall.
We paint indoors and outdoors with lime paint.
Our lime colors are hand blended so the color can vary slightly between different jars and different shipment. We recommend that you get several different jars, so you mix them in a larger range. The calcareous color is usually diluted 20-40% depending on the color and the substrate (dark colors can be diluted).
NOTE that lime is BASIC and dangerous to get into the eyes and on the skin for longer contact. Wash hands quickly and carefully. All dilution and brush cleaning are done with plain water. Wear gloves and wear protective goggles. If you get into calcium paint in the eyes, rinse thoroughly and contact the healthcare center.
The access is about 8 sqm / kg, but this depends a lot on substrate and color. Bright colors want many paint 2 times to cover it completely. 8 sq.m./kg. Is calculated for a smooth-not-coarsely plated non-soaking wall. We always recommend that you base with our water-based primer before painting STYLE BACKGROUND.
1kg is sufficient for approximately 8 sqm 490kr
3,3kg is sufficient for approximately 26 sqm 1290kr
9,9kg is sufficient for approximately 75 sqm 3490kr
See instructions under "ABOUT STILL" FACTS
PLEASE NOTE! The color differs from different monitors. We have developed an approximate NCS color, but since the color of the color differs in color between different strokes and different painting techniques, and our colors are hand blended, this can only be seen as a guideline for shading. Even the ordered sample can differ slightly from the shipped the color because of this. Different surfaces also affect this color of the calcareous color.