Histor monodek: a great covering latex paint

by Joost Nusselder | Updated on:  June 19, 2022
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A wall paint is intended to beautify your walls. Also to make your walls look fresh.
Histor wall paint is a latex. A latex is a liquid that resembles milk and is white in color. You apply it to your wall with a roller or brush.

Histor monodek

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Histor monodek is a good covering latex paint.

When you have a new wall, you must first apply a primer latex. This removes the suction from your latex. The procedure is as follows. At a new
wall you are going to apply two layers. This also applies to a wall with a dark color. If the wall was previously painted with a light color, 1 layer will suffice.

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Properties of historic wall paint.

The latex contains the following properties. It has good coverage and can be diluted with water if necessary.
In addition, the sauce regulates moisture and is completely solvent-free. You smell no volatile substances at all, which is very pleasant.
You can apply it on soft surfaces.
You can apply it or apply it on many substrates such as already painted walls, on walls that are finished with plasterboard,
on concrete. You can also apply it to plastered walls and even to clean masonry. In short, there are many surfaces that are suitable for this.

What else do you need to know?

After you have applied the Histor Monodek, it is tack-free after 1 hour. After 4 hours you can already paint over the wall if necessary.

The latex is in plastic buckets of 2.5, 5 and ten liters. Available in three colours: white, off-white (RAL 9010), and cream white (9001).

A good price and quality!
You can’t beat it for the price! 10 liters of histor wall paint costs only € 35.99. There will then be no shipping costs.

Paint Histor with a paint step-by-step plan and Paint Histor has 101 characters.

Histor paint has also been known to consumers for a long time.

I must confess that I have not often used Histor paint.

Only sometimes for inside at the request of the customer.

What I do find useful is that Histor paint works with those square trays, which is very convenient to pour into paint trays without spilling.

In addition to sigma paint, sikkens paint and merchant paint, there is also a Histor paint line.

The Histor Paint site looks good and provides a lot of information .

They provide information about colours, inspiration and a nice step-by-step plan.

A nice step-by-step plan where you can give your frame, door or furniture a completely new character.

First you have to think about which colors you want.

The site also has a tool for this: the inspiration tool.

If you have chosen the right color, you go through a 4-step plan.

In addition, they also give you a list of what tools you need and which paint.

I really love this!

Histor paint has 101 characters.

Histor paint gives 101 characters to your furniture.

Histor shows that with 40 different colors you can give up to 101 characters to your locker.

A Piet Hein Eek cabinet is used for this.

All examples can be seen on the site.

The tools you can use for this are the paint step-by-step plan and instructional videos.

This way you can turn an old greenhouse into a completely new look.

This is good for your interior ideas, so you will be helped a lot by all kinds of tools.

There is also a paint calculator that calculates exactly how much paint you need.

Also useful on the site is the product finder.

You type in what you are looking for and the paint appears.

Pretty handy, right?

In addition to the range, points of sale are indicated and product advice is given.

A well-arranged site!

If you have any questions about this, let me know by leaving a comment below this article.


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I'm Joost Nusselder, the founder of Tools Doctor, content marketer, and dad. I love trying out new equipment, and together with my team I've been creating in-depth blog articles since 2016 to help loyal readers with tools & crafting tips.