|Efficiency:||do 15 m²/l with one layer only|
|Number of layers:||1-2|
|Available colours:||48 kolorów|
|Warranty period:||expiry date and batch number: on the container|
Śnieżka Stain Resistant - Śnieżka Stain Resistant
Śnieżka Stain‑Resistant is a matt latex interior paint for walls and ceilings. The paint is resistant to stains¹, washing and scrubbing. It is ideal for ensuring that painted substrates look immaculate and keep their deep matt colour. The paint is splatter‑free, easy to apply and highly opaque. It also complies with the stringent Safety of Toys³ European standard.
Additional information, references:
¹Stain resistance: resistance of a product coating applied in the process of painting onto a given smooth and cured surface in accordance with the Manufacturer’s guidelines shown on the product packaging and in the Product Data Sheet – to stains occurring as a result of coating soiling with substances such as: beetroot concentrate, mayonnaise, butter, olive oil, cola type soft drink, orange juice, carrot juice, tomato juice, ketchup, milk chocolate, milk, soy sauce, mustard, oil, Maggi type seasoning, and soil, as long as such substances are removed in accordance with the Manufacturer’s guidelines shown on product packaging and in the Product Data Sheet (see www.sniezka.pl). Due to multiple and diverse factors (e.g. the type of substrate to be painted, and chemical composition of products by different manufacturers, e.g. corrosive substances, stain removal period) difficulties may arise when removing stains in some particular cases.
²Compliant with PN‑EN 13300 point 5.3 resistance to wet scrubbing: class 1
³PN‑EN 713 Safety of Toys standard and PN‑EN 712 standard. The product complies with flammability safety requirements set forth in points 4.1, 4.4 and 5.4 of the PN‑EN 713 Safety of Toys standard and those in part 3 ‘Migration of certain elements’ of the PN‑EN 713 standard.
The paint is designed for interior decorative and protective application to cement, lime-cement and gypsum mortar, plasterboard, and timber, wood-based and wallpapered walls and ceilings as well as those made out of fibreglass.