Prominent Paints Access Basic Matt is a water based acrylic PVA paint for interior use. It has good coverage and sealing properties and is ideal for application on prepared and primed new plaster, concrete, porous brickwork and various types of cementitious boards.
Access Basic Matt is available white, cream and coffee in the following pack sizes: 5lt and 20lt
White and standard colours as per latest colour brochure. Eye tinting can be done for pastel colours from white.
Please note: Every care has been taken to ensure that the colours displayed on this website reflect the actual paint colour as accurately as possible. Colours may vary due to your screen settings and resolution. Always consult a Prominent Paints colour card or stripe card before making your final colour choice.
Spreading Rate: 4 - 8m²/l dependent on surface texture and porosity.
Solids: ± 32% by mass and ± 15% by volume.
Density: ± 1, 25 kg/l.
Recommended Dry Film Thickness: 40 μm per coat.
Viscosity at 23°C: ± 110Kμ.
Flash Point: Non-flammable.
Respecting the environment: Dispose of excess product and containers in a responsible manner without harming the environment.
Available Sizes: 5Lt and 20Lt
Colours: White, Cream & Coffee
Surfaces must be sound, clean and dry (moisture content below 15%) before painting. Newly applied plaster need to be left for 21 days or 1 week for every 5mm thickness of plaster. Undesirable weather conditions e.g. cold or wet weather conditions will result in extended curing period.
Plaster sand to comply with SABS 1090 requirements. Plaster mix must have a minimum thickness of 10mm, free from soft and friable material and comply with SABS 0164-1 for strength (MPA).
Interior cement plaster:
Gypsum plaster (rhinolite, glasstone and crete stone):
It is advisable to test the compatibility of coatings when redecorating is involved, i.e. paint a small section and then check the adhesion after 24 hours by applying a strip of masking tape and attempting to rip the paint off.
Gloss Paint, Eggshell Enamel, sheen emulsion paint:
Matt emulsion paint:
Poor condition surfaces, i.e. excessive peeling: