2.5 Litre
5 Litre
75 ml (SAMPLE)
£5.95£54.95 inc. VAT

Anti-Condensation Paint – Protect Your Property From Dampness and Mould

Anti-Condensation Paint is a paint that stops moisture from forming on surfaces and stops mould before it starts to become a significant problem. It successfully enhances the surfaces’ thermal performance, which makes moisture less likely to adhere to them. This paint is best applied in areas prone to high humidity, such as bathrooms, kitchens, or basements. It contains additives that create a layer of insulation to reduce the formation of water droplets on walls.

StoneCare4U Anti-Condensation Paint

StoneCare4U Anti-Condensation Paint is an acrylic emulsion paint thermally treated for interior walls and ceilings. This is the ideal paint to prevent condensation in bathrooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and other areas. It helps to minimise significantly condensation buildup and inhibit condensation and the growth of mould on surfaces.

The paint comes in two sizes – 2.5 and 5 litres – and ten distinct colours to provide a consistently fantastic finish. This product is perfect for cold exterior-facing walls or surfaces without insulation.

This product’s recipe includes microscopic cenospheres, which raise the temperature of the surface to which it is applied. This combats the common problem of condensation and mould. In addition, a potent fungicide is added to the mixture to prevent the spread of mildew, black spots, and other issues. The paint is used to balance the amount of condensation in kitchens, bathrooms, and bedrooms. The dual-purpose anti-condensation paint will regulate and suppress the growth of black spot mould. Allowing black spot mould to grow and spread across interior walls and ceilings can be exceedingly ugly and put human health at risk. Those with asthma or other chronic breathing issues are more vulnerable to the spores of black spot mould.

How to Pick the Best Paint to Prevent Condensation on Walls

There are several things to consider when choosing the right anti-condensation paint. First and foremost, the surface type and location must be assessed. Different surfaces and circumstances may require different formulations to get the best results and stop condensation mould growth.

Other considerations are the colour options and finish variations that are offered. Anti-Mould Paints are primarily designed for functional purposes, but choosing a product that blends with your home’s aesthetics is still important. Look into a few colour schemes and finish options that complement your interior design. For example, StoneCare4U offers ten different colours so that your condensation paint blends in with grey or white walls.

Using and Preserving Anti-mould Paint

Proper application and maintenance are necessary for anti-condensation paint to deter dampness, condensation, and mould growth effectively. Before proceeding, surfaces must be prepared for the condensation-resistant paint treatment. This means cleaning the area thoroughly, eliminating mould or mildew, and repairing potential damage. It is imperative to address any underlying issues, such as excessive moisture or inadequate ventilation, causing condensation and mould formation before painting.

Applying Anti-condensation Paint

When applying StoneCare4U’s anti-condensation paint, you should follow the instructions.

  • Surfaces to be painted must be clean, dry, and free of surface contaminants.
  • Before applying paint, make sure to give it a good stir. All walls and ceilings showing signs of black spot mould infestation should be well-cleaned before applying StoneCare4U’s condensation paint.
  • Correcting any surface imperfections before using the paint is advisable. Plaster filler at most do-it-yourself stores works best for this kind of work.
  • Applying StoneCare4U Anti-condensation using a brush or roller. Attempting to coat strong or dark colours may require a second coat to conceal the original tint fully.
  • The paint is intended only for interior use and should not be applied to heated surfaces like radiators.
  • It is NOT advised to be used when the air is humid, or the surface temperature is below 10C.

Safety When Applying Paint For Walls With Condensation

  • When prepping and painting, put on protective gloves and a face mask.
  • Avoid getting paint in your eyes or on your skin. If so, give it a swift and thorough wash.
  • Keep out of reach of small children.
  • Make sure the space has enough ventilation before and after application.
  • It is important to dispose of empty containers appropriately.

Advantages of Paint For Condensation

It is important to note that anti-condensation paint for walls and ceilings is not a replacement for adequate air circulation in the home, and it is highly advised not to use this product in areas where excessive or uncontrollably high condensation levels have accumulated over time.

Because anti-condensation paint is less expensive, easier to apply and maintain, and more long-lasting than alternative methods of preventing condensation and mould growth, properties can benefit from lower maintenance costs, a healthier environment, and a decline in the need for costly mould removal services.

As well as the above benefits, anti-condensation paints offer many advantages for ceilings, living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, and bedrooms. These consist of:

  • It can shield your house from the damaging effects of dampness.
  • It helps prevent the spread of black spot mould and can reduce condensation by up to 95%.
  • It also enhances the quality of air within a building.

Other Things to Consider When Applying Anti-condensation Coating

Routine cleaning and inspection are necessary to maintain the paint’s effectiveness. This will facilitate the early detection of issues, such as excessive condensation, and enable prompt resolution to prevent further deterioration. Addressing any underlying problems, such as excessive moisture or inadequate ventilation, causing mould formation, is essential to prevent the paint from losing effectiveness.

Matt-finish emulsions can be easily covered with anti-condensation paint. However, please be aware that you may experience difficulty with certain eggshell, silk, and vinyl finish paints. Long-term black spot mould infestations can permanently stain or blacken a surface, such as plaster, wood, or recently applied paint. In these cases, it is best to decorate afterwards to help mask and hide the discolouration.

The Best Anti-condensation Coating – How Much Will You Need?

Depending on the size of the area you wish to treat, the coverage is approx 4-6 m2 per litre per coat, and you can purchase Anti-Condensation Paint in 5 Litre, 2.5 Litre and 1 Litre quantities. If you are unsure how much condensation and wall paint is needed, measure the area requiring treatment. You can then ask StoneCare4U for advice. Any reaming paint can be stored in a cool, dry place for up to a year.

Contact StoneCare4U to find out more about our premium surface care products.

Anti-Condensation Paint


2.5 Litre
5 Litre
75 ml (SAMPLE)
£5.95£54.95 inc. VAT


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