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CORADO - LINEAR PATTERN - HOW-TO VIDEOS
MFA CLASSIC | MFA PLUS
priming
Prime absorbent (stable) substrate using MFA Classic concentrate diluted 1:4 with water. Apply primer with a wide brush, working it well into the substrate. Priming strengthens the substrate and improves adhesiveness and coverage of further coats.
Prime absorbent (weak) substrates and surfaces of old walls with MFA PLUS diluted max. 1:3 with water. Apply primer with a wide brush, working it well into the substrate. Deeply penetrating and binding the substrate, priming strengthens it, reduces excessive absorbency, and improves the coverage of further coats.

MFA WHITE
priming (optional layer)
MFA WHITE – white primer, can be pigmented. Recommended before painting to make the substrate uniform, in particular when applying a new colour to walls. Intended for intense colours of low covering properties. Dilute with max. 100% of water, apply with a wide brush, working it well into the substrate. Can be applied using a roller without diluting as internal paint or priming base.

MURIMAL 200
base coat
Apply the first layer of paint (diluted with 5 – 15% of water, depending on the base colour) to a well–prepared substrate. First, paint areas unavailable to a large roller (internal corners, areas close to the skirting boards, power outlets, etc.). Apply paint at a uniform rate from top to bottom in one go. Make sure to evaluate the quality constantly and avoid touch–ups on the drying layer

MURIMAL 200
main layer
Apply the second layer of paint (diluted with 5 – 15% of water, depending on the base colour). First, paint areas unavailable to a large roller (as per the first layer). Apply paint at a uniform rate from top to bottom in one go. Make sure to evaluate the quality constantly and avoid touch–ups on the drying layer.

CORADO
decorative coat
Corado paint is ready to use. If necessary, thin with max. 5% of water. Apply Corado to a small area and distribute evenly to create the desired pattern. Skim the paint with a trowel (pressing it flat against the substrate (diagonally) in a chosen direction on a fresh layer. Work should be divided into stages to maintain symmetry throughout the whole process.

CORADO LINEAR PATTERN
Whole system
The linear effect is created by appropriate application and distribution of symmetrical (vertical, horizontal or slanted) patterns of Corado (silver or gold) decorative pearl paint with a trowel. This finish is very subtle, velvety and soft to the touch. Creates a surprisingly soft and elegant appearance for surfaces, giving the room an appreciable level of sophistication. A small amount of Corado applied to the substrate will give it a glittering pearlescent effect. A thicker coat will create a matt velvet finish. These colour transitions form excellent light displays and pearlescent reflections, emphasising the charming appeal of the interior. The linear pattern is easy to apply, and comes in a wide range of pearl colours that meet even our most demanding of requirements.

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