Vlies FLIZ - material for reinforcing walls and ceilings.
It consists of polyester and cellulose fibers of various lengths and different diameters. The nonwoven fabric reinforced with modified polyvinyl alcohol and acrylic dispersion has a wide range of uses in homes, offices, and educational institutions to deal with the finest cracks in putty, which can occur both from the effects of temperature extremes and from shrinkage of building walls.
Reinforces and levels a surface
Exceptionally High Strength
Moisture and Wear Resistance
No microbial culture medium
The structure allows the walls to "breathe"
No electrostatic charge
Environmentally friendly product
Pre-prepare the surface for gluing: fill cracks and potholes, primer the porous surfaces.
Measure a piece of non-woven fabric along the height of the walls with a 5 cm margin for leveling.
Apply special glue to the prepared surface using a roller or brush.
Glue the measured piece of interlining on the wall surface vertically (along the slope).
Glue the next piece of non-woven back-to-back.
Smooth the interlining with a spatula or a wide brush.
Cut the non-woven fabric along the edge of the wall with a knife and spatula.
Paint the non-woven fabric no earlier than 24 hours after gluing.
IMPORTANT: when gluing non-woven fabric, pay attention to the fact that the front side is directed inside the roll.
Painting interlining is glued on smooth gypsum plaster or on a layer of starting putty by means of glue for wall-paper D 020 Elf ™. In the case of using interlining with a density of 65 g / m2, after gluing it is necessary to perform alignment with a finishing putty D 60 Elf ™ or D 70 Elf ™, applied in a thin layer (a very thin layer). After applying the putty, it is recommended to cover the painting interlining with a layer of UniGrund Elf ™ or GrundKonzentrat Elf ™. In the case of using interlining with a density of 120-150 g / m2, after its gluing alignment with the finishing putty is not required. Upon completion of the above work, you can start decorating - painting, applying decorative plasters and coatings, and so on.