Product Name: COLOR ATELIER LIME PAINT
Mineral-based coating blended with natural pigments that creates a mottled, soft weathered patina of a traditional Mediterranean lime paint. Its unique formulation allows for both interior and exterior use.
Color Atelier Lime Paint is a brush applied coating that can be left matte or burnished to a shine. It creates subtle movement and natural color variation.
An organic, durable, mold & mildew resistant finish makes Color Atelier Lime Paint ideal for decoration of new and historical buildings. Lime Paint is a truly wonderful traditional material that ages beautifully.
It can be applied to most suitably prepared plaster, masonry and previously painted surfaces.
To help achieve a more consistent appearance and uniform absorption of Lime Paint, use Color Atelier Prep Coat as a base coat.
In high traffic areas, for a wipeable surface use Color Atelier Sealer.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS THROUGHLY BEFORE USE
COVERAGE: One gallon will cover approximately 350 square feet, depending on porosity of surface.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: Restore and repair walls. Walls may be left with texture and defects for an older looking, distressed finish. Prime with Color Atelier Primer or your choice of any water based primer. Paint may be applied directly over plaster surfaces or walls covered with joint compound. Float walls to level five for a sleek look or float them creating skipping actions for a more rustic look.
TINTING AND APPLICATION: Stir the lime paint thoroughly prior to use.
Tint paint with universal tints or dissolved pigments. The maximum amount of pigment that can be added is 10 percent of the total volume of lime paint. Apply one coat of product with a lime paint brush or tool of choice for desired effect. Allow 24 hours drying time. Apply second coat with tool of choice. The second coat does not necessarily need to evenly or entirely cover the first coat. The second and third coats may be applied with a brush using a lighter touch than the first coat. For more color variation, alter your color recipe on the last coat by adding a little more untinted product, or by adding a little more additionally dispersed pigment, to create a variation on a shade.
POLISHING: On smooth walls, finishes may be polished with a broken in extra fine sanding sponge, a stainless steel burnishing trowel and or a clean T-shirt cloth, depending on the degree of polish desired. To polish, Color Atelier recommends two coats of lime paint over primer, and a minimum of two coats over joint compound. Color Atelier lime paint is not recommended for surfaces in direct contact with water, oils and or chemicals. In high traffic areas, for a wipeable surface use Color Atelier Sealer.
BURNISHING: Burnishing will warm up the color of the lime paint, create more mottling and add sheen when viewed at an angle. Walls will have a beautiful glow to them. If you would like more sheen, burnish with the right edge of the burnishing trowel. Trowel is held at about a 30 degree angle and never flat to the wall. Move right blade across the wall in one direction. You should have a minimum of two coats of lime pant before burnishing.
NOTE: Do not apply when surface or ambient temperature is below 41 degrees Fahrenheit or above 93 degrees Fahrenheit.
DRYING TIME: Allow to dry for 24 hours between coats.
CLEAN UP: Immediately after use with hot, soapy water.
STORAGE: Keep tightly sealed. Store at room temperature. Do not store outside. Protect from freezing. Rotate stock every 90 days.
OPENING: Cut through slots on lid. Pry lid up at slots. To close, snap lid down firmly. Mix with a drill before decanting or use.
CAUTION: Keep out of reach of children. Do not take internally. Wear protective gloves and eyewear during application.
NOTICE: We shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages, directly or indirectly sustained, nor for any loss caused by application of these goods not in accordance with current printed instructions or for other than intended use. Our liability is expressly limited to replacement of defective goods. Any claim shall be deemed waived unless made in writing to us within 30 days from that date it was, or reasonably should have been discovered.