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For hanging lining paper or covering on dense, painted surfaces and fixing foamed, thin, homogeneous, mineral and glass fibre PVC wall coverings especially in wet areas.
Suitable for hanging lining paper on non-absorbent substrates. Pre-treat absorbent substrates by painting or with an adhesive thinned with water. Suitable also for hanging PVC wall coverings and glass fibre wallpaper in wet and dry areas.
Approx. 4 m²/l
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EVA-dispersion and modified starch
Absorbent substrate 15-20 min. Note. Wet bonding! The amount of adhesive used, the substrate and prevailing conditions will all affect the working time considerably.
1 l, 5 l, 15 l
wood: 8–12 %, concrete: max. 3 % by weight or below 85 % RH
Approx. 4 m²/l
In unopened containers, above +1°C, for 18 months. After long storing, stir before use. An opened container must be used within a month.
Carry out work at the usual prevailing room temperature. Both the wallpaper and paste should be allowed to reach this temperature. Follow the covering manufacturer's installation instructions. The surface must be dry, free from dust, clean, firm and sufficiently even. Use damp-proof plaster for smoothing in wet areas. Pre-treat highly absorbent substrates with a primer paint or with an adhesive. Use a damp-proof matt primer paint or an adhesive thinned 1:1 with water for priming. When hanging plastic coatings on non-absorbent substrates, we recommend using Kiilto M1000 ECO adhesive.
Lining paper and glass fibre wallpaper: spread the adhesive on the wall using a paint roller. Rub the wall covering on the wall properly to remove air blisters. Place the lengths to butt joint. Let dry for at least 24 hours prior to wallpapering or painting.
Plastic coverings: apply the adhesive with a paint roller or trowel either to the wall to an area of 1-3 lengths at a time, or to the back of the covering. Use the wet bonding method. Place the lengths either to the butt joint or make the joint on the wall using a knife. Remove fresh adhesive stains without delay with a damp cloth or sponge. Wash tools in lukewarm water.
Avoid unnecessary skin contact and exposure with the fresh product, use safety gloves. Refer to material safety data sheet. For information on product and package disposal, visit www.kiilto.com.