Traditional swedish paint is in use in Sweden and Latvia from the XVII and XVIII century to the present day. Swedish paint is designed to handle unplaned wood surfaces, outbuildings, fences and roofs of wood chips and to paint the wooden facades of residential buildings. Environmentally safe paint, painted surfaces "breathe". Components of the swedish paint protects wood from rot, fungus and mildew, paint preserve surface. The paint must be applied by only one layer, the surface does not need any preperation, except removing dust, old paint, mold and other dirt. Paint can also be painted on mineral surfaces, pre-coat and primer is not required. Contained in the paint, natural pigments resist fading. The paint is suitable for both exterior and for interior works.
Usage: Apply swedish paint with a paint brush, wide movement, rubbing the paint to wood pores and cracks till they are filled. Take care about not to leave any unpainted areas, as in the subsequent painting it is very hard to get a smooth surface. It is recommended to do work on a cloudy, windless weather - then the paint dries slower and have better contact with the surface. Paint is not intended to paint the window frames and doors.
Drying time: 2 - 6 hours, depending on painting conditions.
Consumtion: 4 - 6 m²/l depending on the absorbency of the wood.
Storage: Keep in original container and warm warehouse.
Safety: Paint is non-flammable and harmless to human health.
Cleaning of tools: Tools and hands are cleaned with water.
Contains: Natural linseed oil, varnish, rye flour, iron sulfate, sodium chloride, natural pigments.