Coo-Var Anti-Condensation Paint

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Coo-Var Anti-Condensation Paint is a white paint that helps prevent the formation of condensation. Especially effective in rooms prone to airborne moisture such as bathrooms, wet rooms, communal shower/changing rooms, kitchens, etc. 

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Product Description

Coo-Var Anti-Condensation Paint should be used in areas that are prone to condensation forming. It is a white paint that helps prevent condensation forming (on walls and ceilings). It contains a biocidal product for the preservation of the paint film and to reduce discolouration.

Features & Benefits

  • Helps prevent the formation of condensation
  • Inhibits the growth of unsightly mould
  • Can be left as a finish or over coated with emulsion
  • Interior use

Surface Preparation

All surfaces should be clean, dry, sound and free from contaminants and grease. Scrape and brush the surface to remove any loose flaking material. Flat down glossy surfaces with abrasive paper. Treat any mould or lichen with a proprietary mould remover with a scraper or a stiff brush then treat again. Prime bare metal areas with Coo-Var All Metals Primer.

Application

Do not apply below 10°C. Adhere to normal good painting practices. In confined spaces, provide adequate ventilation during application and drying. 2 Full coats of Coo-Var Anti-Condensation Paint. The final coat may be over coated with emulsion paints.

It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.

Technical Data

Typical Coverage (per coat)8-10m² per litre
Touch Dry2 Hours
ApplicationBrush, Roller
The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.

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Questions



questions gary on 07/02/2018
Question: 

hi, would this be suitable for a steal boat engine room,? will it stand up to oil and grease like bilge paint?

Answer: 

Coo-Var Anti-Condensation Paint is water based and does not contain any anti-corrosive pigments or additives. To apply to steel it would need to be primed first with an anti-corrosive metal primer. If Coo-Var Anti-Condensation Paint was applied after this it could be finally over-coated with Teamac Bilge Paint to get the required oil and grease resistance.

questions Ian Cutler on 09/08/2017
Question: I live in a Cobb constructed cottage with I an area of mould and damp on an exterior wall......being Cobb it is better that the wall breaths so will I be able to use this product, or any similar, and then over paint with a light emulsion?
Answer: 

We would recommend Zinsser AllCoat Exterior Matt for this as it is breathable and has good anti mould properties as well. Treat the mould first then apply 2 coats of the Allcoat.

questions John Sullivan on 12/12/2016
Question: Can I use wallpaper after painting with Anti Condensation Paint? Thanks
Answer: 

Yes, but be sure to allow Coo-Var Anti-Condensation Paint to thoroughly dry (5 - 7 days @ 20°C) before applying the wallpaper.

questions Paul Bentley on 24/10/2016
Question: Hi.Can this Product be used on wooden panelling in a bathroom? Thanks Paul
Answer: 

Yes, but any areas of bare timber must first be primed with Coo-Var Penetrating Wood Primer before application of the Coo-Var Anti-Condensation Paint.

  

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