Natural Paint - White Extra
Indoor wall & ceiling paint
We strive to deliver within 2-4 business days. NOTE! on wallpaper there is 7-14 days delivery time.
We have a 30 day return policy. Tinted paint and wallpaper are an exception. They cannot be returned
White extra natural paint is a matte, full-coverage, fully declared, diffusion-open, water-based oil emulsion paint for indoor walls and ceilings. The paint has its origin in old recipes, but has been produced in a modernized version since the 80s. It has been tested at DTI (Danish Institute of Technology) for harmful degassing. The fact that the paint is open to diffusion means that water vapor can be absorbed into the paint layer and released again by ventilation. In this way, condensation and moisture accumulation behind painted surfaces are avoided, and the paint thus contributes to an improvement of the indoor climate in the home or workplace. White extra has more pigment added than regular white and therefore covers better. It is the preferred choice for ceilings and walls, which should appear completely white.
The paint does not contain MI, BIT, VOC or microplastic
The paint is applied with a brush, roller or spray gun in 2 layers. The paint binds on all matt, cleaned surfaces.
The surface must be clean of dirt, dust and grime. Newly plastered walls are primed with diffusion-open primers. Glossy surfaces must be sanded before painting.
Approx. 7-9 m2 / liter.
The paint is surface dry and can be overpainted after 2 hours. The paint is hardened and achieves its final durability after 3 weeks and is then easily washable.
Water (max. 5-10%)
Tools used during work are cleaned in water.
Approx. 4 months from date of purchase for cool, frost-free storage in original packaging.
Water, powdered marble, pigments, stand oil, rapeseed oil, cellulose glue. Extra white natural paint is produced without the use of volatile solvents. Natural paint contains 0 g VOC / l. EU limit value for this product (cat A / a): 30g VOC / l (2010)
The product does NOT contain the preservative: MI (methylisothiazolinone).
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