The perfect paint for mildew and fungus growth.
Do you have mildew and fungus growing on you walls? This paint is perfect for wet areas.



With a pearl finish, this coating based on a 100% acrylic emulsion has a high resistance to mildew. It is therefore ideal for indoor and outdoor surfaces and, in particular, for rooms exposed to high humidity (kitchen, bathroom, etc.).



Ensure that the surface to be painted is dry, clean and free of impurities such as pollutants. Use Fungicidal Wash TintEX or a bleach solution (with 25% bleach for 75% water) to remove any mold and rinse the surface properly to remove any traces of cleaner. For traces that are more difficult to remove, use Fungicidal Treatment TintEX.



Low odor and splash free, this paint is easy to apply and clean.



Mix well before use. At a temperature of 10 ° C to 30 ° C, apply the product with the chosen tooling (synthetic silk brush, roller or gun). Remove excess paint from equipment before washing with warm, soapy water immediately after use.

Before use, remove peeling paint and any impurities or dirt present on the surface to be painted.

Mix the paint adequately.

Apply the paint with a brush or roller.

Allow to dry for one hour and wash equipment to remove any remaining paint.

Drying time: 1 hour

Recovery time: 4-5 hours

Yield: 11-13 m² / liter



Store in a dry place at a temperature of 5°C to 30°C. Protect against frost.

It is advisable to wear goggles, gloves and proper clothing when handling. There is a risk of irritation if the paint accidentally comes into contact with the eyes. Keep out of reach of children.

IN CASE OF CONTACT: Contains a small percentage of aminomethyl propanol. If the product has been ingested, DO NOT VOMITING and consult a doctor immediately.

In case of contact with the eyes, rinse thoroughly with clear water.


Pack Sizes: 1L, 2.5L, 5L, 20L

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