Dulux Trade VINYL SILK


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Dulux Trade VINYL SILK - 1

Issued 02/14 VINYL SILK Dulux?TRADE Dulux Trade Vinyl Silk is a top quality washable emulsion based on unique AkzoNobel technology, providing a tough, mid-sheen finish. Where condensation is a problem, for example some kitchens and bathrooms, use Dulux Trade Diamond Eggshell. Suitable for all normal interior wall and ceiling surfaces. KEY BENEFITS • Tough, Washable Finish • High Opacity PRODUCT INFORMATION Typical Use Suitable for interior use on all normal interior wall and ceiling surfaces. For interior areas that are likely to suffer from mould growth, use Mouldshield Fungicidal Eggshell* from Dulux Trade. Pack Size 1L, 2.5L, 5L and 10L. Colour Range See appropriate Dulux Trade colour literature or visit duluxtrade.co.uk. Film Properties Chemical Resistance: Not suitable. Heat Resistance: Not suitable for use on heated surfaces, such as radiators. Water Resistance: Will tolerate the levels of atmospheric humidity present in normal interior environments and will withstand moderately vigorous washing. Where frequent heavy condensation is likely, as in some kitchens and bathrooms, Dulux Trade Diamond Eggshell is more suitable. Composition (nominal) Pigment: Lightfast Pigments. Binder: PVA Copolymer Emulsion. Solvent: Water. Volume Solids Pure Brilliant White - 35%; White - 35% (nominal). Other colours will vary. SURFACE PREPARATION To get the best results with Dulux Trade Vinyl Silk, make sure surfaces to be painted are sound, clean, dry (new surfaces particularly must be fully dry). Remove all loose and defective paint. Special precautions should be taken during surface preparation of pre-1960s paint surfaces over wood and metal as they may contain harmful lead. Where necessary, wash the surface to remove dirt, grease and powdery or dusty residues. Rinse with clean water and allow to dry. Seal surfaces that remain powdery after thorough preparation with an appropriate plaster sealer. Where necessary, rub down and then wipe off with a damp, lint free cloth to avoid dust. Any surface defects should be filled with the appropriate Polycell Trade Polyfilla. SYSTEMS INFORMATION STIR THOROUGHLY BEFORE USE. Seal new or bare surfaces with a thinned first coat of Dulux Trade Vinyl Silk (up to 1 part clean water to 5 parts paint). The normal finishing process is 2 full coats of Dulux Trade Vinyl Silk, but on previously painted surfaces in good condition where similar colours are used, 1 coat may be sufficient. For best colour consistency, purchase sufficient tinted paint for each job including touch-in at one time from the same source. APPLICATION METHOD Brush, roller, conventional spray or airless spray. As with other water-based paints, do not apply at temperatures below 8°C (as recommended by British Standard BS 6150). Practical Coverage A guide to the practical coverage which can be achieved under normal conditions is up to 16m2 per litre.

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VINYL SILK Dulux?TRADE Thinning Sealing new or bare surfaces: Add up to 1 part clean water to 5 parts paint. Normal use (not to be exceeded): Add up to 1 part clean water to 10 parts paint. Conventional spray application: Add up to 1 part clean water to 5 parts paint. Airless spray application: Thinning is not required. Spray Recommendations Conventional Spray: Satisfactory through most equipment. Airless Spray: A typical set up for airless spray would be a minimum working pressure on paint of 133 bars (2000lb/sq in) with a spray tip size of 0.38mm (15 thou) and a spray tip angle of...

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