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Tips for a Smooth and Homogeneous Look:

With Cadence paint, you can paint all kinds of surfaces indoors and outdoors and add a modern touch to your home with compatible color options. You can achieve smooth, useful and long-lasting results without sanding, even if you pick up a brush for the first time, by following the painting rules and paying attention to the tricks.

How Dilute Cadence Paint?

Cadence paints are water-based paints that do not contain toxic substances and do not harm health. Water-based paints dry by evaporation of the water inside. These paints are offered for sale ready to use, there is generally no need for thinning.

How Many Coats of Cadence Paint?

When painting with Cadence’s wide color scale, it is very normal to have fluctuations in the first coat of paint according to the color you transform. This situation will be corrected in other coats. If you are changing from a light color to another light color, two coats will be enough, but if you are changing from dark to light or from light to dark, you may need up to three or four coats depending on the situation.

How to Paint with Cadence?

  • Before starting the painting process, the surface to be painted must be clean, free of dirt and dust.
  • Before starting the painting process, the paint is shaken and the amount to be used is taken into the paint container.
  • When painting, a roller is suitable for large surfaces and a silk-tipped brush is suitable for finely detailed areas.
  • The roller is dipped into the paint and painting is done after the excess is removed.
  • The first coat is applied in thin layers without pressing the roller and until the paint in the roller runs out.

Note: If renovation is to be done with a different color than the old color, there may be waviness in the first coat of paint and the floor may not close. This situation will be corrected in other coats. Wait 24 hours for the next coat.

When to Apply Varnish After Cadence Paint?

Varnish application is important to protect all kinds of surfaces that you renew and transform by painting from external influences, to prevent wear, deformation, moisture and staining of the paint. The choice of varnish varies according to the texture of the paint you choose for painting, where you will use it and what kind of result you want to see. The choice of roller and brush is also important in the varnishing process to avoid leaving marks on the surface. In home decoration and furniture renovations, varnish application starts after the paint is completely dry, that is, approximately 24-48 hours later. In general, two coats of varnish application is sufficient, the waiting time between coats is 24 hours. The ossification period of stone varnish applied on wet floors is 21 days.