ACS Mould Eradication Additive 50ml
ACS Mould Eradication Additive will convert an ordinary decorative paint into a mould resistant coating for walls and ceilings. It is very easy to use, simply use one 50ml additive with 2.5 litres of paint. If you have a 5 litre tin of paint you will need two additives. The top tip is you will need to thoroughly mix the additive into the paint. We recommend using a drill bit mixer to really get the products mixed. Please don’t use a stick!!
ACS Mould eradication additive can be used with many different coatings:
- Emulsions Coatings
- Tile grout
- Gloss (oil based)
- Eggshell paints
- Wallpaper paste
- Acrylic (water based)
Prepare the surfaces to be painted by removing any loose or flaking material (including wallpaper) and filling all cracks and defects in the normal way. Use ACS Mould Wash Concentrate to clean down the prepared area. Dilute 1 part concentrate to 19 parts water e.g. making 250ml concentrate as supplied up to 5 litres with water.
With a soft cloth, sponge or soft brush, wash down all areas to be painted with the diluted concentrate taking care to remove any oil, grease or surface debris. Allow drying thoroughly. Store any unused concentrate in its original container tightly closed and out of reach of children. Diluted material should be decanted into a suitable plastic (NOT METAL) container and stored for future use. Mark the container with an Indelible pen. Never use a food or drinks container and never leave a container unmarked.
Carefully open the Mould Eradication Additive container and add the entire contents to the paint (1x 50ml of Mould Eradication Additive is enough to convert 2.5 litres of standard paint into a mould resisting paint;
2 x 50ml of ACS Mould Eradication Additive is enough to convert 5 litres of paint).
For wallpaper paste and tile grout add 50ml Mould Eradication Additive to 2.5 litres of product, mix thoroughly and apply in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.