QG / Quartz primer

  • For priming walls, ceilings and floors;
  • For dense, smooth, low-absorbing concrete and similar surfaces before plastering, tiling, etc. works;
  • Can be tinted;
  • For internal and external works.



  • In white colour to be able to identify the primed surface;
  • Reduces and smoothens the absorption capacity of the surface;
  • Improves grip;
  • Strengthens the surface;
  • Does not contain solvents.

Preparation of the base surface:

  • The base must be dry, firm and without cracks. Clean the base from less durable and/or separable layers, as well as from dust, dirt, oils, paint residues, etc. adhesion-reducing dirt;
  • Priming work should only be carried out when all grinding work is completely finished.


  • The primer must be thoroughly mixed before use;
  • Primers are used undiluted;
  • Apply with a brush, roller or sprayer in 1 or 2 layers;
  • Development temperature +5°C to +25°C.

Additional instructions:

  • To avoid the formation of puddles and drains, the primer must be completely absorbed into the surface;
  • Do not mix the primer with other materials and do not dilute with water! This can lead to drastic changes in primer’s qualities;
  • Wash tools with water immediately after work;
  • Do not freeze!


Consumption Surface
600 g/m2 Concrete (dry)


575 g/m2 Silicate brick


875 g/m2 Aerated concrete


350 g/m2 Plasterboard


375 g/m2 Fibreboard


600 g/m2 Wood



Consumption depends on the roughness and porosity of the surface, as well as on the priming method and conditions.


  • 1,5 kg, 5 kg, 15 kg, 30 kg / plastic bucket

Tehnical data

Chemical compositionColourDensity, g/cm³ViscositypHQuantity of GOS (V°C) in grams per liter (g/l)Drying time at 23°C and relative air humidity of 50%Consumption per m²Storage time
Organic solvent-free water polymer dispersion with fillers and additivesWhite / tintable1,6 ± 0.05500 - 1000 mPas9 - 102~3h0,35 - 0,9 kg/m212 months
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