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Paint for internal woodwork

Posted By: Leslie

We are renovating a 1950's bungalow and want
to use a paint which is kind to us and the environment. The external walls are lime rendered and most of the internal are gypsum. We are tempted by the mineral based paints, in particular Beeck maxil, largely because it seems to offer a larger colour range. Please could you advise whether you think this would work, and also what you would advise for the internal wood work.
Many thanks

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  • Adam Brown

    Dear Leslie

    For the internal walls any of the Beeck paints can be used with the correct primer. For coating gypsum and plasterboard - Beeck Gypsum Primer can be used as both a primer and a base coat, if you are looking to use lighter colours this can also be tinted (comes in white as standard) to suit, this enables 1 coat of tinted primer and then generally 1 coat of Maxil or Sensil to finish. If you were looking to use Insil you would need to tint the primer and then apply 2 coats of the paint as it does not have the same covering power.

    In terms of the wood paints, we do carry a few products, however it will depend on whether the existing wood is coated.

    If you would like to give me a call on 01208 79779, I can discuss this in much more detail.

    With Kind Regards

    Adam Brown.

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