KLEIB GP-10 is an agent for priming absorbent substrates made of concrete, gypsum, bricks, autoclaved aerated concrete, plasterboard panels etc. prior to applying plasters, joint compounds, tile adhesives, floors and subfloors, paints, wallpapers, etc. To be used inside and outside of buildings.
- evens out the substrate absorbency prior to painting
- to be applied on the substrates prior to bonding
- ceramic tiles to walls and floors
- to be used indoors and on façades
KLEIB GP-10 is a ready-to-use product based on aqueous acrylic dispersion. It is a high-yield product that is very convenient and easy to use. When dry, it forms a colourless coating evening out the absorbency. KLEIB G1 penetrates the primed surface perfectly, strengthening it and improving its structural soundness while reducing its absorbency. Thanks to sealing the structure of the primed substrate, KLEIB GP-10 reduces the consumption of the materials used for the preparation the next layer, such as paints, joint compounds, adhesives, etc.
The working surface should be dry, free of dust, dirt, lime, oil, grease or wax. Any loose layers not bound to the substrate should be removed before application of the primer.
KLEIB GP-10 is supplied ready to use. It may not be combined with other materials, thickened or diluted. Mix the contents of the package before use.
KLEIB GP-10 primer should be spread evenly over the entire prepared working surface preferably using a brush or a roller. Very absorbent substrates (e.g. dry and porous concrete, screed, autoclaved aerated concrete) should be primed twice. During priming, the temperature of the substrate and the ambient temperature should be between +5°C and +25°C. Further work can begin after the product has dried out completely, i.e. after approx. 3 hours.
Approximately 0.1 kg of the product per 1 m2. Actual unit consumption of the material depends on the absorbency of the substrate.
Paint brush or roller. Tools should be washed with clean water immediately after use.
KLEIB GP-10 should be stored in tightly closed containers in dry conditions and positive temperatures (preferably on pallets). Protect from overheating. Do not leave containers open once their contents has been partly used. The shelf life of the preparation is 12 months from the date on the packaging.