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Woodwork primer Classic

Paint indoors, Primer

Primer for unpainted or pre-painted wooden parts indoors. Also adheres well to laminate and factory painted surfaces.

Technical details

Gloss: Fully-matte
Consumption: 5-10 m2/L
Dust dry: 4 h
Repaintable: 36 h
Application temp: Min +5°C
Tools: Brush, roller
Recycling: Do not pour remainings down the sink. Leave at waste collection center.


Always start by reading the instructions on the label. It is important to be thorough from the beginning. The use of correct tools and a carefully performed base is the foundation for a successful result. Stir well from the bottom before starting to paint. The use of correct tools and a carefully performed base is the foundation for a successful result. Do not paint if it is below +5°C. Make sure to protect floors and furniture before starting to paint. The surface must be clean, dry and firm. Wash, rinse with water and let dry. If there are oil stains, they can be removed with solution. Not previous treated wood is to be primed with Snickerigrund Classic diluted 10–20%. If the surface is uneven, fill with putty and grind. Apply undiluted Snickerigrund Classic, grind, apply and so on until there is an even and smooth surface. Wipe clean.


Prime 1–2 times with sufficient drying time between. Top coat with suitable paint. Use brush, lint free roller, or – after dilution – sprayer.
This product has a very high dry solids content which provides very good filling and covering ability.


Wipe off the tools thoroughly before cleaning with White spirit. Seal the tin carefully after use and keep out of reach for children. Liquid residues may not be poured down the drain, but be submitted to the local collection point. Protect the environment, like we do.



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  • Woodwork primer Classic White 1L
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You need in total approximately X liter paint of Woodwork primer Classic for 1 stroke on a surface of 1 sqm
Note, calculation is an approximation and the true amount of paint needed may vary depending on the surface