Taubmans 3 in 1
A high performance water based all purpose primer, sealer and undercoat with outstanding hiding, filling and sanding properties. Taubmans 3 in 1 is rapid drying with fast recoat and features "no mess" application - reducing masking and clean up.
Interior surfaces an undercoat directly over bare timber, as a sealer for wallboards (e.g. paper faced plasterboard), or as a primer for galvanised steel. Taubmans 3 in 1 is particularly recommended for repaint over aged enamel to provide a sound bond for other water based topcoats.
Suitable for exterior applications when used as a primer for timber or on previously painted surfaces. Taubmans 3 in 1 can also be used in "high humidity" areas - bathrooms, laundries, kitchens, etc. under both water based finishes and oil based enamels.
Multipurpose / multisurface.
Multi purpose / multi surface, Interior / Exterior. Undercoat for timber and aged enamel, sealer for wallboards and masonry, primer for gal and exterior timber.
Tinting not recommended.
Low. Ensure adequate ventilation during use
AS3730.18 and .23, APAS 0172. <56g/L Meets GBC requirement. APAS-183
Surfaces must be clean and dry before painting. Dust down bare wallboards and interior timber. New concrete and cement render must be allowed to cure for 28 days before painting. Weathered timber must be sanded back to a sound surface.
Remove all loose and flaking paint. Sand to feather edges before painting. Remove surface chalk and powder, dirt, oil and grease. Spot bare areas with Taubmans 3 in 1 before applying a full coat. Do not use 3in1 on set plaster, fibrous plaster or plasterglass. See Prep Right plaster Sealer.
Apply one coat by brush, roller or spray. A 10mm regular nap cover or similar will give best
Up to 16m²/litre. Coverage will be lower on rough or absorbent surfaces, typically 10m²/litre on new paperfaced plasterboards.
Recoat after 2 hours at 25°C and 50% RH.
Stir paint with a 25mm wide flat stirrer in a circular lifting motion for at least 5 minutes before use.
Do not use at temperatures below 10°C or above 35°C