ZAP Mold Primer
Can you paint over mold? Is that a viable way to kill the mold infestation or will it only make things worse? Are there different kinds of paints and different painting techniques that are more or less effective against mold? Painting over mold is one of the most common methods to hide mold. But that is the problem – you are only hiding the mold temporarily if you paint with the wrong paint.
Yes it works! In bathrooms where condensation accumulates against cold walls and ceilings. Only if you paint with ZAP a mold killer primer. Not only kills ZAP the existing mold it also prevents future mold growth. ZAP is also an anti-bacteria and is anti-mildew.
Yes it works! In bedrooms, poor ventilation will create a perfect environment where condensation accumulates against cold walls and ceilings. Painting over mold only works if you paint with ZAP a mold killer primer. Not only kills ZAP the existing mold it also prevents future mold growth.
Mold Is Not Dirt or A Stain
This is something else that a lot of people forget. Mold is an actual microorganism that grows into your walls and other surfaces. It is a fungus and it doesn’t really mind paint. In fact, mold eats through painted surfaces without a problem. That’s why mold causes discolouration – it’s the result of the chemical reactions between the mold and the painted surface
Painting with ZAP Mold Primer.
ZAP has a dual mold fighting ability. WE firstly infused ZAP with our secret mold killing formula, develop over a period of 8 years, that kills existing mold and mold spores. Our second and also very important attribute is that ZAP further encapsulation and acts to seal any remaining mold that can’t be otherwise removed from the surface it is painted over. ZAP also acts as a mold sealant helping with future prevention of mold growth and spreading.
Utilise a scrub brush to remove excessive mold growth. You may sand the area as well. Wear a N95 face mask and eye protection when doing remedial work. Wipe the area clean with a clean cloth before painting. Apply 2x coats of ZAP Mold Primer onto the area being painted. Best mold prevention results are created when pure acrylic paint or enamel matt paint is painted over the primer. This specific recipe has been used in numerous bakeries where steam, yeast and mold is always a problem.