Washability according to wet abrasion resistance

As a general rule, the use of a class 3 wet abrasion resistance paint is sufficient for surfaces that are not subject to repeated friction, such as for example classic residential residences. For surfaces subject to more stress, or even subject to repeated friction, it is advisable to use a class 1 or 2 paint.

Wet abrasion resistance Class 1 (very high)

Cleaning the paint with water and a natural bristle brush. Possibility of adding a neutral or hygienic cleaner. Suitable for heavily used interior surfaces, e.g. entrances to houses, kitchens, stairways and public buildings.

Wet abrasion resistance Class 2 (according to DIN 53778)

Cleaning the paint with water and a natural bristle brush. Possibility of adding a neutral or hygienic cleaner. Suitable for heavily used interior surfaces, e.g. children's rooms or bathrooms.

Wet abrasion resistance Class 3 (according to DIN 53778)

Cleaning the paint with water and a cloth or sponge. Possibility of adding a neutral detergent. Suitable for interior walls and ceilings that are not subject to repeated friction.