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NerolacColor scapes

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NerolacMini Fandeck

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colourtrail

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NerolacColour guide-interior

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NerolacColour guide-exterior

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ruposhibangla- shades of bengal

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MicaMarble ShadeCard

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Exterior Emulsion Shade Card

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Pearlshade card

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Glitter Shade card

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NerolacSating and SyntheticEnamel

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STEP #1

The surface to be painted must be free of all dust, grease, traces of paint, flaks, algae, fungus etc.

STEP #2

The surface previously coated with paint must be cleaned thoroughly with a stiff wire brush, to remove dust, dirt, chalking or any friable material & loose flakes.

STEP #3

Wash thoroughly with water and allow to dry. This ensures proper adhesion of the new paint system.

STEP #4

In case of fungus affected area, apply a liberal coat of Nerolac Fungicidal Solution. Allow it to react for minimum 6-8 hours. For parapet tops and other horizontal surfaces, application of 3 coats is recommended.

STEP #5

All structural cracks must be open in V shape and filled with cement/cement based plasters and leakage should be stopped before actual painting.

STEP #6

Freshly plastered surfaces must be allowed to cure completely. Apply top coats as follows

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