How do I fillerel osb, wood fiber or lacquered surfaces?
Special additive for adhesion and flexibility
How do I filler osb sheet or wood fiber?
Using the HARZO Power-B additive, you can filler OSB, wood fiber and lacquered surfaces.
Characteristics of the glazed material mixed with the HARZO Power-B additive, after drying:
- excellent adhesion
- flexible, bendable
- does not pulver
- sticks to the smallest cracks and recesses
- well sandable
- less particulate matter
- provides a strong, flexible foundation
- quality painting can be made on its surface
- the filler and the dye painted on it are not ripped off by the masking tape
Mixing Power-B with water and powdered filler plaster:
- Part 1 Power-B
- 1 part water
- 4 parts thick plastering plaster
The measuring pot can be a sour cream box or small pot or any dish. The main thing is that the pot selected for the measurement = 1 part.
Measure the additive, water and dust with the same dish.
Pour 1 part of Power-B into a clean bucket, then add 1 part of water and sprinkle on it4 parts of powdered plaster on it. Let it stand for 2-3 minutes, then mix to a creamy consistency. If it feels dense, add a little water, mix it to make it softer. And in case it’s a little thin, sprinkle on it a little of the plaster powder on it and mix it again. After that, you can work with it.
You can make a strong adhesion primer that can be rolled, brushed with a paint roller. All you have to do is dilute the material mixed as described above with a little water so that it can be brushed. You apply this, and once it’s dry, you can put a filler on it.
The material mixed with the Power-B additive increases the bucket time. So, it stops working in the bucket much longer without hardening, so it becomes easier, more flexible to work. You can work the next day with the material mixed in this way!
The HARZO Power-B additive is a versatile and intelligent product and can therefore be used in several areas!Shopping list