Crown Trade has created a video preview of its new Fastflow Quick Dry Gloss, demonstrating how it can be used in conjunction with its Fastflow Quick Dry Primer Undercoat.
Presented by Crown’s product training expert, Kevin O’Donnell, the video provides a general introduction to the Fastflow system, with a demonstration of the application process.
The company’s Fastflow system will be showcased at the National Painting and Decorating Show this December.
The flexible formulation of the Gloss allows decorators to move it around on the surface, which cannot be done with conventional acrylics; it can also be applied and returned to at a later time.
The Gloss offers fast-track drying times to ensure that application with Fastflow Quick Dry Primer Undercoat can be completed in one day. The products can be used in both interior and exterior projects.
Once applied, the Gloss leaves a white finish comparable to that left by solvent borne paints.
The paint products have been used by Axis Europe, who tested the combined solution on interior doors in a Southern London property. The company was suitably impressed with the results.
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