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Application: Applied to residence, hotel, school, office building, landmark of new-built and maintenance engineering of exterior finish. And also widely used in decorate and protect surface of the

concrete, cement, brick structure.


Sheen: Matt & Mercerizing

Color:  According to customer needs

Theoretical Coverage:0.3m²/ time/kg,Note: The practical consumption may vary with substrate condition,

construction methods, environment and other factors.

Drying Time:

Surface Dry: 4hours/25°C,  Hard Dry: 48 hours/25°C; Recoating: above 12 hours/25°C

(Drying time will be change because of the different temperature and humidity.)

Packing: 25kg/barrel

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