Corical is composed of very mature lime putty combined with inorganic oxides and very fine crushed quartz marble dust.
Corical is applied on clean and stable substrates which are free of all traces of oil, grease, salts, etc ...
Old flaking or instable substrates should first be brushed down and fixated with Corifondo. This goes for any
synthetic support. Corifondo is to be diluted on the absorption by the substrate.
Corical is diluted with 20 to 50% of water, again depending on the absorption by the substrate and the hygroscopicity
of the air.
The paint can be applied by brush or paint roller, in 2 or 3 coats.
Avoid applying Corical in conditions of wind or direct sunshine, and where temperatures below 5 °C or above 30 °C are expected.