EverBuild 506 Universal Contractors PVA - 5kg - In-Excess Direct

EverBuild 506 Universal Contractors PVA - 5kg

EverBuild Contractors PVA is a multi-purpose bonding agent, primer sealer, cement filler and plaster admixture that adheres to most common building and D.I.Y. materials except PVC and rubber.

Ideal for priming unsound surfaces prior to plastering or painting, as an adhesive on wood, cork, textiles and most applications where at least one surface is porous, for general dust sealing on flaking paintwork/walls etc. and as a cement admixture.

  • Contents: 5kg
  • Multi Purpose Adhesive
  • Bonds to most building materials
  • Ideal for priming
Technical Data & Application

Benefits

  • Improves adhesion to most common building surfaces
  • Improves flexibility of mortars and screeds

Areas For Use

  • As a general purpose adhesive for wood, cork, paper, textiles etc.
  • As an admixture for mortar/screeds/renders
  • As a bonding agent for screeds/renders to difficult substrates
  • As a primer/sealer in tiling applications
  • As an internal filler when mixed with wood shavings, plaster etc.

Limitations

Do not use in exterior applications or in areas subject to constant damp.

    Surface Preparation
    All surfaces must be clean, dry and free from grease

    Application
    For General priming:

    • Dilute 4 parts water to 1 part Contract PVA and apply by brush. Allow to dry.

    For a Bonding Coat:

    • Use neat and apply by brush, apply plaster or render while still tacky.

    As an Adhesive

    • Use undiluted. Coat each face and press surfaces together. Large areas should be clamped for 24 hours.

    As a Cement Admixture

    • Add 10 to 15 litres Contract PVA to 50 kg cement.
    As a Filler/ Plaster Admixture
    • Dilute 1 to 1 with water and add to mix in place of water.
    Clean tools and any excess contract PVA with clean, cold water

      Storage
      Store in cool, dry conditions. Between +5 and +25C. Protect from frost.

      Shelf Life
      12 months in original container at stated storage temperatures


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