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Econamel Paint is 100% free of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with no toxic emissions and no odour 1 hour after painting. Good Environment Choice Australia (GECA) accredited.
Ecolour Econamel is a zero VOC, acrylic paint with exceptional coverage that produces a premium quality, durable satin or gloss finish.
Suitable for interior and exterior timber, skirting boards, doors, windows and masonry.
With over 36,000 formulas, Ecolour can match just about any colour from any paint chart. Your local hardware store will have colour chips you can take home and put up on your walls to see what works best. Simply tell us the name of the colour you’re after, and who makes it, and we can tint your Ecolour order to match.
16sqm/L on smooth surfaces (10sqm/L on rough, unpainted surfaces).
Ensure surfaces to be painted are clean and free of dust, dirt, mould, contaminants and any flaking or blistering paint. Fill any cracks or holes with a suitable filler. Surfaces previously painted with oil based enamel need to be cleaned with an etch cleaner, such as Gloss Off (DS88.01), to ensure adhesion. Use Ecolour Primer Undercoat for unpainted surfaces, then apply 2 top coats. An additional coat may be required if using or painting over deeper colours.
Stir well with a broad flat stirrer to a relatively even consistency. Do not apply in temperatures below 10ºC or above 35ºC. When applying in hot and windy conditions or when painting very absorbent surfaces, dampen the surface with water before painting or thin the paint with 100ml of water per litre.
Ecolour paints can be applied by roller, brush or spray gun. Apply 1 generous coat making sure the surface is covered thoroughly and evenly. Touch dry in 30 minutes. Allow 2 hours before applying top coat or longer in humid, cold or damp conditions.
Care and Maintenance
This product will provide a scrubbable surface that can be wiped clean with a damp cloth. Surface scratches can be repaired by cutting back and re-coating.