AURO 506 GRIP COAT (GRANULATED)

AURO 506 GRIP COAT (GRANULATED)

AURO 301 PLASTER PRIMER

AURO 301 PLASTER PRIMER

AURO 304 Silicate Binder for AURO Silicate & Airfresh Paints

AURO 304 Silicate Binder for AURO Silicate & Airfresh Paints

AURO 506 GRIP COAT (GRANULATED)

Problem solver for all difficult substrates: This solvent-free, granulated primer provides better adhesion for follow-up coatings on interior and exterior surfaces. Excellent choice for priming before plastering.

  • Universal primer
  • For all wall substrates
  • Provides excellent adhesion
As low as £1.25 was £2.50
Availability: In stock
SKU
AU506

Problem solver for all difficult substrates: This solvent-free, granulated primer provides better adhesion for follow-up coatings on interior and exterior surfaces. The biogenic binding agent Replebin®* guarantees a product with zero emission and high-grade product characteristics: overcoatable after 4-6 hours already, diffusion-open, little inclination to dripping and splashing. This odour-free primer can be applied with a brush or roller and then recoated with all AURO wall paints and plasters. On interior surfaces, one primer coat is sufficient. Prime exterior surfaces twice and then overcoat with AURO High-grade lime paint no. 344. Can be tinted for interior application with AURO Full-shade tinting colours no. 330 (up to 10 %).

Application

On interior surfaces, apply one coat, on exterior walls two coats. Apply evenly with a brush or roller, then coat the surface with the AURO plaster or wall paint of your choice.

Tips

The grip coat is also available in a finely grained version. It depends on the desired surface structure if the fine or the granulated Grip coat is used.

Available SizesApprox. coverage m2
5 L60
10 L120

Coverage quoted is approx and may vary due to application or absorbtion from the substrate etc.; figures are for total area one coat would cover.

  • Mineral fillers, water, Replebin®, titanium dioxide, cellulose, surfactants made of rapeseed-, castor oil, ammonia, benzisothiazolinone, methyl isothiazolinone