The wood surface be seasoned and must not contain moisture before painting. Other fibrous material should be properly dried before painting. The holes, knots, dents, cracks or grooves must be filled in with a suitable stopper. After proper drying, the whole surface should be smoothened up with sandpaper so that there are no fiber heads. A suitable knitting filler is then applied over the whole surface to full the dip in the grains. After drying, this is again smoothened with sandpaper. When the surface is perfectly uniform, apply a coat of Rainbow Perfecton Wall Primer Sealer.
For primer coat, Rainbow Perfecton Wall Primer Sealer is recommended but if thinning is required due to difference is absorption of surface, good quality genuine mineral turpentine may be mixed with it.
For undercoat, Rainbow Universal Undercoat can be easily applied with brush or spray to give excellent flat finish. It may be ready for use for brush application but, if required some mineral or genuine turpentine may also be added for ease of application. For spray, the paint should be thinned with turpentine to spray application viscosity.
For finishing coat, Rainbow Super Gloss Enamel can be applied with brush, roller or spray. To obtain desired viscosity, thin up to 10% by using good-quality mineral turpentine (white spirit). Final coat may be further thinned slightly to get improved leveling and appearance.
Coverage will be depended on surface and application but on an average, 1 liter of Rainbow Super Gloss Enamel will cover 16 to 18 m2 per liter per coat on a normal surface.