Application of impregnation for walls
Impregnation for walls is done along with smoothing and repair of wall damage so that the space is completely renewed. The old walls will get an extension of quality, and the final layer will take care of the new and better look. Leave the good choice of wall impregnation to the professionals who will protect the walls from moisture and fungi.
What is impregnation?
In addition to the fact that impregnation is necessary when we paint the wall for the first time, it evens out and strengthens the base of the wall. Impregnation is actually necessary with every change in wall color tones. When applying the impregnation, which is divided into types of substrates, after protecting the floors and furniture, we apply it with a roller or brush.
Impregnation for interior walls has its specificities, as it is necessary to pay attention to the amount that is applied in order to avoid long-term air pollution in the room. Wall impregnation before painting is applied to old walls as well as newly built walls.
How long does the impregnation dry?
Certain materials and coatings enable the continuation of work even after several hours. It is necessary to make sure that the walls are completely dry. Quite often it is possible to use certain devices to accelerate drying, but standard drying is left to the natural way. Instructions for drying each coating and material can be found on the product itself, where there is information on all available methods of drying, either by ventilating the room or protecting it from external influences.
The best impregnation for walls is used according to its purpose for internal and external application, often the quality of the material is such that it does not drip and penetrates deep into the substrate. In addition to several characteristics, we highlight the property of roller processing without dripping, clean, uniform and light processing. Suitable for absorbent substrates such as walls and plaster.