PERSIA decorative coating allows you to create a variety of types of textures in your interior because of a variety of application techniques. An unusually smart and noble appearance is created due to the combination of small particles of marble and pearlescent base of this product.
PERSIA is a water-soluble material, produced in three bases: WHITE, PEARL and GOLD. The WHITE base differs from the PEARL base with increased whiteness and ultramodern sparkling pigments in its composition.
Withstand cleaning with detergents
Changes shades depending on lighting and the angle of view
Different patterns can be achieved depending on the application technique
Stir the chosen PERSIA base before starting the application. It is allowed to add up to 10% of water if necessary. Apply QUARTZ PRIMER or tinted DECOR PRIMER on the prepared surface (fig. 1).
There are several application techniques of this product:
Technique №1: Stir thoroughly previously tinted PERSIA base and apply a layer of the material on the grain size using the stainless steel spatula (fig. 2). Smooth the surface using a metal spatula in different directions creating unique pattern after 10-15 min. (fig. 3).
Technique №2: Apply the first layer of the product on the grain size using a stainless steel trowel (fig. 2). Apply PERSIA on the surface with the edge of the brush (wide brush) when it is completely dry (Fig. 4). PERSIA can be tinted using universal tinting dyes if necessary. Stroke the surface in different directions using the stainless steel trowel and creating unique pattern after 10-15 min. (fig. 3).
Technique №3: Apply PERSIA with a wide flat brush evenly distributing product over the entire surface (fig. 5). It is allowed to add up to 10% of water to increase easement. Create a desired pattern by grouping grains on the surface using clean and dry brush after 10 min. (fig. 6).
Technique №4: PERSIA can be applyed using aerograph or airbrush compressor in two layers after the drying of primer (fig. 7). The first layer should be applied in a vertical direction. The second layer should be applied in a horizontal direction after drying of the first layer (4-6 hours) (fig. 8).
It is recommended to ventilate the room after the complete drying of the coating.