Anti Mould Paint Satin – Protection Paints Zero-Mould

A powerful water based paint designed to combat several types of common and difficult mould.

  • Prevents build up of toxic black mould
  • resists cracking, peeling and blistering for up to 7 years with normal cleaning regime.
  • Wet scrub resistant – Class 1 Wet Scrub Rating (ISO 11998)
  • Independently tested to Standard BS3900 Part G6




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Product Description

Protection Paints Zero-Mould is an effective anti-mould and mould proof acrylic paint that prevents various types of mould. Mould can easily build up in rooms with high moisture and poor air flow, such as bathrooms and basements.

Zero-Mould is designed to prevent even the toughest types of mould, including toxic black mould, which is notoriously difficult to completely remove from surfaces. If not removed or prevented, black mould can cause a number of medical ailments, including skin rashes, breathing difficulties, coughing and sneezing, and eye irritation.

Zero-Mould has proven effective against:

  • Aspergillus versicolor
  • Aureobasidium pullulans
  • Cladosporium Cladosporioides (common black mould)
  • Penicillium purpurogenum
  • Phoma violacea
  • Rhodotorula rubra (common red mould)
  • Ulocladium attrum
  • Sporobolomyces roseus

Zero-Mould mould proof paint is available in a range of colours from the RAL classic and BS 4800 charts. Paint your walls in the colour of your choice while preventing the build up of mould in your home.

For an alternative paint for general mould from walls and ceilings, please see Mould-Guard. We also have a range of other hygiene coatings available, including anti-viral systems that prevent viruses and bacteria from lingering on indoor surfaces.

Please Note: If ordering a colour other than white, please select the ‘colour’ option, then leave the desired colour code in the notes section at the checkout. A colour chart can be found in the data sheets tab.

Recommended Uses:
For application to interior walls, wall cavities, ceilings, trim, doors, and related paintable surfaces. Ideal for bathrooms, basements, kitchens, laundry rooms, closets, locker rooms, enclosed porches and pool areas or any interior where mould and mildew is a concern. Great for institutional or commercial use in schools, hospitals, hotels, nursing homes, restaurants, athletic facilities, etc.

2 coats are required to ensure optimum performance and mould resistance is achieved. Coverage may vary depending on the profile and porosity of the substrate and method of application.

Recommended for interior use on new or previously painted gypsum drywall, cured plaster, cement, poured concrete and stucco; concrete block; primed or previously painted wood and metal, paintable plastics, laminates, and other paintable surfaces.
Before applying Zero-Mould to bare plaster it must first be sealed with a primer.
Not suitable on Lime plaster or Lime renders.

Typical Physical Properties
Solids by Weight: 61% (M), 57% (S)
Solids by Volume: 47% (M), 45% (S)
Density 1.35kg/L (M) 1.25kg/L (S)
Required Number of Coats: Two Spread Rate: 10m2 / litre per coat
VOC: EU limit for this product (Cat: IIA/a) 30g/l.
Dry to touch: @ 21°C 30 minutes
Dry to recoat: @ 21°C 2 hours
Cure Time: 7 to 10 days
Satin / Sheen Levels: 20°-25°
Matt / Sheen Levels 5-8%
Shelf Life: 3 years in unopened containers
Storage / Handling: Store indoors 4°– 26°C

Damp Surfaces:
Use a waterproofing Paint for masonry prone to water intrusion. Zero-Mould may be used over any quality waterproofing paint to prevent mould and mildew growth on the paint film.

Surface Preparation:
Mould Free Surfaces: must be clean, dry, sound and free of dirt, dust, grease, wax, wallcovering adhesive, soap film, loose paint or other surface contamination. Wash surfaces with a degreaser & cleaner and rinse thoroughly.
Mould Contminated Surfaces
Remove all existing mould and mildew before painting. Ensure surfaces are completely dry before painting with a maximum moisture content of 5%. If you are concerned about mould and mildew behind walls, underneath flooring, in ventilation systems or other unseen areas, contact a professional who specializes in mould and mildew remediation.
For commercial buildings and schools follow appropriate guidelines for mould removal.
Check for satisfactory paint adhesion. For more information contact our Technical Team.

If you scrape, sand, or remove old paint, you may release lead dust. Special precautions should be taken during the surface preparation of pre-1960’s paint surfaces over wood and metal as they may contain harmful lead. When dry-sanding avoid dust inhalation by wearing a suitable protective face mask.

Rust, tannin, grease, mould and mildew and other stains should be blocked with the appropriate stain killing primer-sealer. When priming over stained areas, first attempt to remove as much of the stain as possible by washing, sanding, scraping, etc.

Shake or stir well before using. Apply with synthetic bristle brush, short pile roller or mohair roller sleeve. For airless spraying, use a .017 tip and high medium (2000- 2600 PSI) pressure. Apply when air and surface temperatures are between 10°and 32°C and humidity is less than 80%. Zero-Mould is designed to be used as is. If thinning is necessary (such as with conventional sprayer applications), use only water and no more than 10% by volume.

Dry Time:
Dries in 30 minutes. Apply a second coat after 4 hours. If used above tile on shower walls, wait at least 24 hours before using the shower. Do not scrub the new coating for seven days.

Clean up spills and drips immediately with warm water and liquid detergent. Wash application tools in warm, soapy water immediately after use. If product has dried on application tool, soak it overnight in a solution of equal parts household ammonia and water. Follow manufacturer’s instructions when cleaning spray equipment. Use brush cleaner to remove dried paint from brushes.

Why does condensation form in my home?
Condensation forms more easily on cold surfaces in the home, for example walls and ceilings. In some cases, those surfaces can be made warmer by improving the thermal insulation. In many cases, thermal insulation is not possible due to house configuration or cost of refurbishment. An efficient way of combating condensation is to cover walls and ceilings with a specially formulated anti-condensation paint and TruTherm anti condensation paint has been formulated using the latest technology of additives.

What is the difference between anti condensation paint and thermal anti condensation paint?
Anti-condensation paint and thermal anti-condensation paint both aim to prevent condensation issues, but they work in slightly different ways:

Anti-Condensation Paint:
Purpose: Anti-condensation paint is designed to stop damp problems caused by moisture from inside the property.
Function: It creates a layer of insulation on surfaces, reducing the formation of water droplets on walls. This type of paint is particularly useful in areas prone to high humidity, such as bathrooms, kitchens, or basements.
Effect: By improving the thermal performance of surfaces, it makes them less likely to retain moisture, preventing condensation and mold formation.
Limitations: While it helps reduce condensation, it cannot completely prevent mold growth. Good air circulation, adequate heating, and ventilation are still essential12.
Thermal Anti-Condensation Paint:
Purpose: Like anti-condensation paint, thermal anti-condensation paint aims to prevent condensation, but it focuses on thermal insulation.
Function: It absorbs and holds heat longer than standard emulsions. By doing so, it prevents condensation from forming on the surface of the wall, as the heat evaporates any moisture.
Effect: The improved thermal properties keep the wall warmer, reducing the risk of condensation.
Application: Use it in areas where standard paints might struggle due to constant high humidity and moisture levels.
Note: While it helps prevent condensation, it’s essential to address root causes (such as ventilation and heating) alongside using this paint for optimal protection32.
In summary, both types of paint serve similar purposes but approach the problem from different angles. Consider your specific needs and the environment when choosing between them. Remember that no paint can completely eliminate mould growth, so proper maintenance and ventilation remain crucial.


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