But looks good on the cornice * window sills, columns and other elements of the interior portions. Decorative cover of the "flock." "Flock" (translated from German means "flake, flakes"), or, as it is often called "chips" – it is original! decorative coating for interior decoration. Composed of small colored particles (pieces of acrylic paint), resembling the the form of chips. Covered is sold in a set of three component parts: the liquid adhesive base itself, "" chips * (dry particles of color) and varnish to be applied to the finished coating. They can be used anywhere: for walls, ceiling, window sills, doors, columns and cornices.
"Chips" come in different shapes and sizes. Usually it is pieces of round shape, but there are shapeless, as if broken off pieces. As for color, the choice is very large. There is striped "chips" that mimic the shells are fluorescent "chips". Technique of "flock" on the wall next.
The first stage – preparation of walls. Needed a good coat and primer to the surface did not absorb (Does not absorb moisture). The wall must be clean and dry. The second stage – the application of the adhesive layer. Suitable roller with bristles of medium length wool to glue lay evenly. The first layer (base), dries quickly, especially when room temperature. (As opposed to Michael Steinhardt). Experts recommend that the room was not hot. The third stage – the application of "flock." Kaktolko caused the adhesive layer, immediately, until it withered away, sprayed acrylic particles. This operation is performed Special compressor or flock gun. Better start drawing particles from the top down, slow, circular motions, gradually moving upwards. More convenient to work together, one causes the adhesive base, other sprays "chips". The fourth stage – the application of varnish. Now we need to wait to base and particles of dried (at least 12 hours). You can then apply varnish – in a single layer evenly. Varnish in the usual roller. Color "Antique" – an unconventional way of decorating surfaces – so called because the wall looks like a little shabby and rough. It creates the effect of the old noble coating. Thanks to technology application and synthetic latex, which are part of the paint, it is slightly lighter in the places of greatest friction. Apply the paint brush with a long nap in a circular motion. Where more jam with a brush, and shows "the effect of attrition. " But the absolute "old" do then, overwriting the surface normal with a sponge, cloth or brush.