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A sweet, traditional distemper bound with rich resins to create a finished exquisite and very dusty mat. Use on artistic plaster - when you redecorate them, softness allows it to easily remove and preserve therefore the finer details. This property is also useful for decorating the ceilings with delicate details. Only available in a selection of...
A sweet, traditional distemper bound with rich resins to create a finished exquisite and very dusty mat. Use on artistic plaster - when you redecorate them, softness allows it to easily remove and preserve therefore the finer details. This property is also useful for decorating the ceilings with delicate details. Only available in a selection of colors, please contact us for more information.
Use: Walls and interior plaster ceilings
Previously painted surfaces (modern paintings): Not suitable for surfaces painted with modern finishes such as lacquers or gloss paints, these paints must be removed before applying tempera.
Gloss Level: 2%
Environment: minimal VOC content
Interview: Not washable or wipeable.
Drying time: Dry in 2 hours. Hard the next day
Waiting time between 2 layers: 2 hours
Coverage by potted m2 with 2 layers:
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