Ecological, white, mat, waterborne primer, based on pure acrylic resins of new technology for interior and exterior use on walls, wood, etc. It is certified according to the criteria of the European Union Ecolabelling Board (EUEB). It has very good hiding power, is applied easily, dries fast, has high spreading capacity and is used as an undercoat for all Vitex’s waterbased paints (emulsions, acrylics, enamels, masonry paints, relief, etc.). It improves appearance, hiding power, adhesion and weather resistance of final coat. It blocks many kinds of stains like nicotine, yellowing, juice, pen marking, etc as well as wood’s tannin. Also it can be used as an intermediate coat from dark to lighter shades, reducing in this way the numbers of coats required of final paint. It is low odor, because it does not contain ammonia or other dangerous substances, such as aromatic hydrocarbons, free formaldehyde, heavy metals or alkylphenolethoxylates.
Available in white.
Surfaces should be smooth, clean and dry, free from grease, dust, loose or flaking paint.
Stir well before use. Apply one coat by roller or brush diluted up to 5-10% with water or by airless spray gun diluted up to 10-15% with water. For applications of darker final coats, first apply one coat of Blanco Eco as it is or slightly tinted to the shade of final coat, through Vitex's Colorfull Tinting System. Do not apply at temperatures below 5oC, above 35oC and/or relative humidity above 80%.
It is touch-dry after 30 minutes and can be recoated after 2-3 hours with Vitex’s emulsion or acrylic paints. For better results on hard stains recoat the surface after 24 hours. Drying time depends on weather conditions (humidity and temperature). After paint application, seal the pail and store it in temperatures between 5oC and 35oC for future use.
Tools must be cleaned immediately after use with water and if needed with soapy water or a detergent. Do not dispose of liquid waste into ground water table. Unused paint requires special handling for safe disposal. Advice regarding disposal and collection should be sought from the local authority.