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Crown Trade release new Primer range

Published: 21 October 2019 - John King
 

Both the new PX3 and PX4 primers can be used on a wide range of internal and external substrates and is said to provide a solution to preparing surfaces for painting. Offering wet and dry adhesion, the new primers are a partner for use in tiled bathroom and kitchen areas as they provide a hardwearing coating that won’t peel or blister when exposed to water. 

Depending on the condition of the surface being primed, the new PX4 water-based primer is said to offer significantly reduced drying times, with the potential to be touch dry in just 30 minutes and recoatable in one hour.

Developed by Crown’s in-house technical team and chemists, the new PX4 water-based primer also benefits from a polymer that effectively ‘locks’ stains away into the primer layer so even the most stubborn marks and discolorations can be painted over.  When used in conjunction with an appropriate fungicidal wash, both the PX3 and PX4 primers can prevent stains caused by mould and mildew from reappearing. 

Crown Trade’s new PX range of primers is designed to give decorators peace of mind of achieving a long-lasting finish every time, no matter how challenging the substrate may be. 

For more, www.crowntrade.co.uk

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