Durable Acrylic Cement Primer

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Product Description

Durable Acrylic Cement Primer is water thinnable Acrylic resin based primer on exterior as well as interior walls as the priming coat. Appearance of the top coat of emulsion paint increases due to high opacity and whiteness of the primer. It doses not require any curing.

Recommended Usage

It is recommended for all types of exterior/ interior walls as an undercoat It can be applied on Plastered walls, Asbestos, concrete Brick work etc Avoid surfaces with continuous dampness and seepages.

Technical Data

Product Name Viscosity Method Of Application Shades Finish Theoretical Coverage Pack Size Shelf Life
Durable Acrylic Cement primer 8+2 poise at 30c Brush, Roller or Spray. White Smooth and Matt. 110-130 sq. ft per Itr per coat. 1, 4, 10 & 20 Ltr Pack 3 years from manufacturing date if kept in original
air tight containers away from sunlight.

Application Procedure

New Surface

New surface should be given enough time to mature prepare surface using Emery 180 and wipe clean.

Old Surface

Sand and the old surface with Emery Paper and make it free of all loose and powdery material and Old paint films. The algale and fungal growth can be removed using wire brush and the surface must be cleaned with water jet and left to dry. All tructural cracks must be open in V shape filled with White Cement/Cement should be stopped, before actual painting. crack should be filled up using a cement and sand mixture in the ratio 1:3 or based crack filler powder.


Apply 2 coats of Milan Exterior cement primer thinned with 700-850 ml by volume of potable water per Ctr. Allow drying time 5-6 hours between the coats.


Stir Well and Strain before use. Please do not add any kind of chemical or thinner in primer.


Covering capacity of the paint will vary depending on substrate, surface preparation, method of application and other factors. The practical covering capacity will differ from the theoretical covering capacity. As precautions, an initial trial may be undertaken to determine covering capacity of very rough or abnormal surfaces.

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