The white deck-fix, insulating and top coat by Wilckens is a water-thinnable, highly opaque insulation and top coat. Ideal for use on soiled surfaces such as e.g. Concrete, cement and lime cement plaster, masonry, plasterboard, fiber cement, wood-based materials, adhesive dispersion paints / plasters, wallpaper and polystyrene. Deck-Fix has a good insulating and blocking effect against diffusible background substances and prevents the penetration of nicotine, soot, grease and water stains. This makes it ideal for smoking or fireplace rooms, kitchens, bathrooms or rooms that need to be quickly usable.
Processing advise: Please read the product labeling carefully before you use this product and follow the dangers and safety instructions.
Danger/Caution: Store in a cool, but frost-free place - do not use at temperatures below + 8 °C, do not use at high temperatures (sunlight) - keep out of the reach of children - medical advice is required, have packaging or identification label ready - do not inhale spray and mist - use combination filter A2/P2 for spraying work, use dust filter P2 for grinding work - eat, Avoid drinking and smoking while using the paint - ensure sufficient ventilation during and after application and drying - rinse thoroughly with water immediately in case of contact with eyes or skin - do not allow to enter the sewerage system, water or soil - return only completely empty containers for recycling, return liquid material residues to the collection point for old paints - the usual protective measures must also be observed when processing low-pollutant paints
Safety data sheets can be found under Info-Download.
Product type: Deck-Fix Isolating Paint Coating
Volume: 5 litre - 1 litre is sufficient for approx. 7 m² (for one coat, depending on the absorbency of the substrate)
Characteristics: suited for stubbornly soiled surfaces such as e.g. concrete, cement and lime cement plaster, masonry, plasterboard, fiber cement, wood-based materials, adhesive dispersion paints / plasters, wallpaper and polystyrene, DIN EN 13300: covering class 1 at 7 m²/l, wet abrasion resistance 2, mat
The drying time depends on the substrate (at 20°C, 65% rel. humidity):
dust dry: approx. 1 hour
grab dry: approx. 90 minutes
workable dry: approx. 12 hours
Lower temperatures and higher humidity increase the drying time!