How to remove damp marks with anti-stains spray paint
Do you have mould or damp patches in your house? Does it come back out even if you paint over it? In this tutorial we show you how to use Pinty Plus Tech paint to get rid of the stains once and for all.
Mould is a fungus that grows mostly in humid and dark environments. When it appears on the walls of our home it becomes more than just an aesthetic problem. In fact, their spores can cause breathing problems and allergies.
To get rid of the problem permanently this is what you’ll need…
Sand the area
Apply a fungicide product
Paint the surface with a special anti-humidity paint
How to remove moisture stains step by step
The materials you will need are:
Pintyplus Tech anti-stain spray paint
Fungicide anti-mould cleaner
Sandpaper or scraper
Paint for walls
1º.- Sand the area
The first step will be to sand the area with a sandpaper or use a scraper . Next, clean with a damp cloth to remove the dust generated by sanding.
It’s a sensible addition to wear a mask to avoid breathing mould spores.
2º.- Apply a fungicide product
The next step will be to apply a fungicide product, you can pick these up easily from a supermarket or chemist. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions and let the product act to clean the area and dry afterwards.
3º.- Paint the surface with special anti-humidity paint
Once the surface has dried, it will be painted with Pintyplus Tech anti-stains paint . This step is essential since it is what prevents mould from reappearing over time.
Pintyplus Tech anti-humidity and anti-stain spray paint is specially formulated to stop moisture and seal stains on walls and ceilings. In addition, its nozzle helps to completely cover the area.
It can be used on cement, plaster, plaster and wood. It is a very versatile paint that is ideal even for a variety of stains include pen and smoke.
To apply it you just have to follow these steps:
- Shake the can for a couple of minutes after the mixing balls sound.
- Spray at a distance of about 25/30 cm.
- Apply thin and fast layers, both horizontally and vertically to obtain a uniform finish.
- Finally, invert the can and press until gas comes out only to avoid clogging the nozzle.
After a couple of hours, you can paint the wall of the colour you prefer.
How to repair a piece of wall where the paint has peeled
Occasionally, there is no mould but the humidity has caused the paint to peel. In this case, the steps to follow are very similar to the previous case:
- With a scraper removes all the paint that has peeled
- Sand the area to even out the surface
- Remove sanding dust with a damp cloth
- Wait for the area to be dry and apply Pintyplus Tech stains paint
- When a couple of hours have passed, paint the area with your choice of coloured wall paint
With these simple steps you can remove any trace of mould from your walls and get your house to look fresh and clean.