How to use Paverpol
A unique property of Paverpol is its fast drying time. This makes it possible to make a finished object such . . .
as a garden sculpture in one day. Paverpol dries completely transparent. Heat, from a hairdryer, for example, will speed up the drying time. Colored textiles, possibly with a pattern, retain their original brightness. By adding colored powder (Pavercolor) to Paverpol, it can be colored without slowing down the drying time. For example, you can dye white textiles any color you like. Pavercolor is now available in a wide range of colors. The colors can be combined to make a vast range of shades. Also, there are 4 premixed Paverpol colors – black, grey, skin color and bronze.
Always stir premixed Paverpol thoroughly before using it.
In Paverpol, dipped natural materials are fire slackened. For a sculpture meant to be placed outside, it is preferable that weather-resistant paint be used in either acrylic or oil . When outdoor paint is used, it is not necessary to varnish the object. It is recommended that the object be stored inside for at least 2 weeks to cure (harden completely) before it is placed outside.
If the object is not painted, but is meant to be placed outside, it is recommended that it be varnished after it has cured. This will prevent it from moulding at higher humidity-levels.
Protect Paverpol, in it’s liquid form, from frost; once it has hardened, however, Paverpol is able to withstand extreme frost. Paverpol is available in a variety of sizes and colours. There are also a number of associated products which can be used to enhance your sculptures and/or provide different results in the sculpture.
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