Here’s why Royale Health Shield is perfect for your home.
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Step 1: Sanding
Step 2: Royale Wall Base Coat
Step 3: Acrylic Wall Putty
Step 4: Sanding
Step 5: Royale Wall Base Coat
Step 6: Sanding
Step 7: First coat of Royale Health Sheild
Step 8: Second coat of Royale Health Sheild
The sheen level of Royale Health Shield is at 60ºGH: 8 – 10 units.
The shelf life of Royale Health Shield Paint is 3 years from the date of manufacture in original tightly closed containers away from direct sunlight and excessive heat.
For Brush+Roller – 40% to 50%
For Spray – 50% to 55%
The benefits of using Royale Health Shield are:
- It is the first paint in India with Silver Ion Technology as recommended* by the Indian Medical Association
- Offers best in class finish
- Kills 99%# bacteria
- Neutralizes formaldehyde
- It is green assure
Royale Health Shield coverage on smooth masonry surface by brushing is 1 coat 25 - 29 sq. m./L** 2 coats 13 - 15 sq. m./L**
Silver Ion Technology used in Royale Health Shield is endorsed by Indian Medical Association since it is found to be effective against bacteria.
Royale Health Shield is a low VOC product and contributes lesser to indoor pollution, additionally, it has the capability of abating formaldehyde.
#Royale Health Shield with Silver Ion Technology, within 2 hours of exposure kills 99% bacteria on walls.
*Fomite Infections (bacteria) can spread through infected walls among other indoor surfaces in homes and offices.
Refer to ‘Antibacterial Silver’, 1994, School of Chemistry & App Chemistry, University of Wales by Julia Clement & Penelope Jarrett.