Clay paint

Clay paint is a wall and ceiling paint that consists of ground clays, aluminium silicate, starch and fine quartz sand and is easily applied with a brush. The textured matte paint has a good covering capacity and is suitable for clay plaster, concrete, drywall and mineral plasters.

The basic colours are produced by different types of clay, which can then be tinted with natural pigments. New hues can also be created by combining different natural clay tones. Clay makes all colours appear soft and mellow while quartz sand gives the paint a sparkly touch.

Casein paint

Matte wall and ceiling paint for interior surfaces. It is suitable for painting plaster, stone and concrete surfaces, paper wallpapers and drywalls. Casein paint does not tamper with the plaster base’s ability to regulate humidity and therefore it is most suitable for clay and lime plasters. The paint is not suitable for surfaces that have previously been painted with distemper paint or smeary surfaces painted with lime paint, metal, surfaces with wallpaper glue residue and all non-absorbent or permanently humid surfaces.

The use of casein paint in humid rooms is limited to places with good ventilation. The paint is also suitable for coating wood surfaces, in this case, it is recommended to add safflower oil to the mixture (art. No. 370). Safflower oil should also be used as an additive when repainting old surfaces painted with dispersion paint, as it ensures better adhesion.

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Marble-lime paint

Kreidezeit marble-lime paint uses lime as a binder and can be used in both interior and exterior conditions. Suitable surfaces include all untreated mineral plasters, stone and masonry. The paint contains fine marble sand as a filler substance, which gives it a high covering capability and bright white colour. Unlike a regular mixture of lime and water, marble-lime paint is usually opaque after two coats. The paint produces an intense matte natural white finish.

Marble-lime paint can be tinted with earth pigments, producing intense and varied hues. The paint is ideal for humid rooms thanks to its high acidity.

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Casein wall glaze

Transparent casein-bound wall glaze for lazure surfaces, sponge techniques and stencilling in indoor conditions. Suitable for all absorbent plasters and paints. The primer can be applied with a brush, dabbed or rolled, using different brushes, sponges and cloths. Pre-tinted primer can also be applied in several layers on top of each other. More effects can be created by adding sparkly pigments.

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Brush- and roll-on plaster (structure paint)

Casein-bound plaster for creating fine-textured surfaces. The coating options are versatile and the plaster can be applied with either a brush or a roller. Different surface structures can be produced by varying the consistency of the mixture and the application method. The plaster levels out slight differences in base surface. Ideal primer for wall lazures. The plaster can be tinted with all Kreidezeit earth, mineral and spinel pigments up to 10% of its weight.

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