Seal The Deal With Crown Trade’s New Primer Range

 

Trade professionals can face a multitude of challenges on a job, from stubborn stains to difficult surfaces and problems such as mould and mildew, but now thanks to leading paint brand Crown Trade, all the solutions can be found inside just one tin.

 

Crown Trade’s new high performance all-purpose PX primer range has been specifically developed to achieve excellent opacity and adhesion on even tricky surfaces such as tiles and ceramics, as well as helping to block stains and offer protection from alkaline attack.  The new range offers a choice between the traditional solvent-based stain-blocking PX3 primer and the new water-based PX4, which also features the added advantage of a quick-drying and low-odour finish.

 

Both the new PX3 and PX4 primers can be used on a wide range of internal and external substrates and provide a quick and easy solution to preparing even the most difficult surfaces for painting. Offering excellent wet and dry adhesion, the new primers are the perfect partner for use in tiled bathroom and kitchen areas as they provide a hardwearing coating that won’t peel or blister when exposed to water. Also ideally suited for use on newly plastered walls and masonry, both products can seal porous surfaces and help prevent damage caused by a high alkaline content.

 

Depending on the condition of the surface being primed, the new PX4 water-based primer can offer significantly reduced drying times, with the potential to be touch dry in just 30 minutes and recoatable in one hour.

 

Expertly developed by Crown’s in-house technical team and chemists, the new PX4 water-based primer also benefits from an innovative polymer that effectively ‘locks’ stains away into the primer layer so even the most stubborn marks and discolorations can be painted over.  When used in conjunction with an appropriate fungicidal wash, both the PX3 and PX4 primers can also effectively prevent stains caused by mould and mildew from reappearing.

 

Crown Trade’s new PX range of primers is designed to give decorators peace of mind of achieving a superb long-lasting finish every time, no matter how challenging the substrate may be.

 

For more information and to find your nearest stockist, please visit www.crowntrade.co.uk, email Info@crowntrade.co.uk or call 0330 024 0297. You can also follow @CrownTradePaint on Twitter, CrownTradePaint on Facebook or Crown Paints on LinkedIn.

 

Masking up Sash Windowpanes to Paint Them

Professional decorator Wesley Knight explains the process of Masking up Sash Windowpanes and why he feels it is the best option for modern day painting

Axus Décor Q3 Filler Review Written by a Decorator

Professional decorator Robin gives his full and honest review of Axus Décor’s Q3 Filler, but is it up to a professional’s standards?

Axus Décor Flex-E-Fill Filler Review

Professional decorator Robin gives a full and honest review of Axus Décor Flex-E-Fill Filler. does it live up to the expectations of a pro?

Making a Small Room Look More Spacious

How on Earth can you make a small room look and feel more spacious than it actually is? We asked professional decorators for their tips

Clean Extreme Stain Resistant Matt from Crown

Professional decorator Daniel James Wilson gives his thoughts on the Clean Extreme Stain Resistant Matt from Crown Trade Paints.

Tesa Adhesive tapes Review by Chris Ashmore

Professional decorator and owner or Creative Murals and Portraits, Chris Ashmore takes us through a quick review of Tesa adhesive tapes

Maximum Durability on Painted Handrails

Professional decorator Wesley Knight explains the process he took to achieve maximum durability on painted handrails. Good lad Wes

Zinsser Water-based Exterior Products

We explain why Spencer Dolman chose to use water-based Zinsser products on a pair of exterior gates and the method to carry out the work

Problems With Osmo Oil Customer Service

As professional decorator Michael Price weighs up an exterior decorating job, he has a major problem with Osmo Oil’s customer service department

Story About Decorators Pricing a Job

This is a tantalizing story of 3 decorators of various skill sets who go out and price the same job. It’s a little bit of an eye opener