In order to properly prepare for further finishing work such as painting, wallpapering, plastering or tiling, tiles must be used. Is it really necessary?
Mixtures, impregnating the surface, provide better adhesion of the base and the future coating, strengthen the base. In the event of a subsequent repair, the coating can be removed without damaging the surface. Guarantees uniform application of other finishing materials, paints, wallpaper glue and plaster with putty.
Many refuse to use primer mixtures when working with concrete. The consequences are not long in coming – falling off raids, walls in divorces and cracks.
The modern market provides primers for any surface. For dense surfaces with a low degree of porosity, a primer with high adhesion properties is needed. Loose base with multiple pores needs a mixture with deep penetration. If the base is with low porosity, we get a universal primer.
For each subsequent type of finish, a special mixture is used for this coating. Soils differ in composition, they may contain – film-forming substances, additives that give and enhance properties, dyeing and substances that affect the drying time. All this affects the basis of primers, which are: mineral, alkyd, acrylic. In some cases, children’s play complexes for summer cottages also need this.
To speed up the primary processing of the base – use a mineral-based primer. Ideal for surfaces such as: concrete, brick, blocks of various types. Cement acts as a binder.
For gypsum, cement, concrete, glass wallpaper, painted and wooden surfaces, as well as drywall, acrylic primers are used. Soils have fast drying properties where the alkyd base.
New, wood painted surfaces are ideal for this material. They are used under fiberglass, PVC plastic, tiles, galvanized steel. Narrow specification primers have water-repellent properties, as well as antimicrobial and antifungal components.