We must soon repaint the facade of our house which is plastered and on which a pliolite painting has been applied in the past by the former owner. In some places the painting has disappeared! What type of painting should we use today to get a clean and wide coverage? Thanks for your help.
The Pliolite® paint used for your facade is old, so it is solvent type. It is not recommended to apply a water-based acrylic type facade paint and even a Hydro-Pliolite. To avoid any risk I suggest you use a classic Pliolite®, both on bare parts and on that already painted. ideally, apply a specific Pliolite® Fixative Undercoat.
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