Multilac Wall Putty

All-Acrylic-Emulsion-based Quick drying Wall Putty

Product Description

Field of Application:

Multilac Wall Putty is specially formulated to fill the gaps and smoothen all uneven surfaces prior to painting. It could be applied on plaster boards, asbestos, ceiling sheets and cement plastered walls.

Gives an excellent finish, making uneven surfaces even and smooth. Also acts as a cost effective barrier coat against alkaline surfaces, It improves the adhesion of the subsequent paint coats to the surface.

Technical Data:
Basic characteristics at 20 °C

approx. 70-75% by weight

Flash Point:
above 65 °C

Special Acrylic-Emulsion

Refer to shade card

Store at room temperature between 10 C- 48 °C

Safety Advice:
Keep out of the reach of children. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of clean water.

Waste Removal:
Materials and all related packaging must be disposed of in a safe way in accordance with the full requirements of the local authorities.Particular attention should be made to removing wastage from site in compliance with standard construction site procedures.

1.5 kg, 7 kg,18 kg, 30 kg cans and 250 kg drums.

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Method of Application:

Use a scraper

Cleaning of Tools: 
Brush and other tools must be cleaned with soap water immediately.

Drying Time:
Allow approx. 12 hours between applications

Suitable Surface and their Preparation:
The surface must be dry, free from dust and other such separable substances that may prevent good adhesion. The type of surface-preparation depends on the available surface and it's condition and plastered surfaces must be allowed to dry and be cleaned properly.


Technical Assistance:

As it is impossible to list herein the wide variety of substrates and their specific problems, please request our technical assistance in case of queries.

Please Note: 
All suggestions and application instructions herein are based on our latest technical experience. Due to the wide variety of individual project conditions, we cannot be held responsible for their content.