500 ml bottle
A collective carton: 6 pcs
The EKO MIX BUD concentrate is produced in 20 colours. In practise, it is possible
to achieve an unlimited number of colours and shades because the EKO MIX BUD pigments can be easily mixed with one another, which allows to create one's own colouring.
Colours marked with asterisk are not recommended for paint and plaster on a silicate base.
The EKO MIX BUD pigment concentrate is intended for tinting dispersion paints and plasters (acrylic, silicon and silicate ones - see the template) applied indoors and outdoors.
The EKO MIX BUD concentrate may also be used for tinting within the body construction products containing cement and/or lime, such as: mortar, concrete topping, cobble stones, cement tiles, palisades, etc.
The EKO MIX BUD concentrate is compatible with our other products: FUGAREMIX – a grout renovator, GRUNT MIX – a priming preparation and GLAMOUR EFFECT - Glaze.
Due to the technologies and raw materials applied by various paint and plaster manufacturers, the conduct of a test on a small quantity of paint or plaster is recommended. The colours presented in the template are for reference only. The achieved colours depend on the type and quality of the tinted product. The absorptivity, type and structure of the substrate, as well as environment and lighting conditions may also influence the final colour.
The EKO MIX BUD concentrate should be thoroughly mixed before use. Any possible delamination does not constitute the product defect. A tinting test on a small quantity of a tinted product ought to be conducted in order to check the mutual tolerance and define the appropriate proportion. Measure and weigh the necessary quantity of the concentrate and slowly pour it into the tinted product, thoroughly stirring manually or mechanically (with the help of a concrete mixer or a stirrer) until a uniform colour has been achieved. While stirring, avoid excessive foaming, which may deteriorate application properties. The maximum recommended addition of the EKO MIX BUD concentrate per the total net mass of the final product is 5%.