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Want to know a easier and cheaper way to paint your walls without actually using paint?
The answer is HomeSure Colour Putty by Walplast. Read further to know more.
Walplast has created a cement Based HomeSure Colour Putty, which is a wall putty with added advantage of shades like Pink, Yellow, Green and Off-White, especially developed as a base coat to provide smooth finish on plastered surface. It is made up of finest quality minerals, polymers, white cement and pigments.


“Paint out your own creativity, just at a cheaper price.”


•    Saves 100% of painting cost.
•    Avoid frequent repainting.
•    Gives a smooth and glossy finish.
•    Excellent adhesion to wall surface.
•    Ease of use at site.
•    Aesthetic look for the ceilings and interior walls


Are you ready to use the HomeSure Colour Putty and want to know how? Following are the steps-

STEP 1- Clean the surface with sand paper or putty blade and then dampen the surface.
STEP 2- Add the putty in water to obtain a lump free paste and mix it well (Recommended mix in 40% water).
STEP 3- Let it stand for 10 minutes for additives to dissolve and then re-mix it again for 2 minutes.
STEP 4- Apply first coat with a putty blade (thickness of 0.5-1mm).
STEP 5- Allow the surface to dry for at least a duration of 3-4 hours.
STEP 6- Pre-wet the first coat according to the need and then apply the second coat. The total putty thickness should not exceed 2mm.
STEP 7- For better result, it is always recommend to let the surface dry overnight for at least 10-12 hours. (Better bonding to the base plaster.)

The recommended mixing is 300-400 ml of water per kilogram of HomeSure Colour Putty.
HomeSure Colour Putty should be stored in a cool and dry place and the shelf life of it is 12 months. HomeSure Colour Putty covers around 8-15 sq.ft. per kilogram depending on the wall finish.

So don’t you want to have the benefits of paint at a cheaper price? Use HomeSure Colour Putty right now!


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    will it work-in place of paint. will it give shine and durability as the paint would do and if i need to get this done for my home how do i proceed

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