Home Painting Guide

Our home painting guide includes everything that you need to know to paint your house. This will guide you through the entire process of painting from start to finish in a simple and easy way.

Preventing Measures

Our SmartCare range of products specially designed for your waterproofing needs:

Cement based waterproofing solution for interior surfaces specially for the walls affected by efflorescence and ground water rising to reduce blistering formation and peeling of paints.

Areas of applications:

    • Damp interior walls adjacent to bathroom, kitchen and exteriors.

    • Junction between window frames & wall.

    • Interior walls affected by ground rising dampness.

    • Interior walls affected by efflorescence.

    How to use:

       1. Surface Preparation:   


      • Completely remove old paint, putty or existing POP using chisel, wire brush.

      • Ensure you reach the cement plaster before product application.


      • Re-plaster if the existing plaster is in very poor condition.

      • Repair the concerned area to stop the source of dampness.

      You may pay special attention to the

      • Gaps between bathroom tiles and wall joint.

      • Gaps between window frame and wall.

       2. Application:   

    Self Priming SmartCare Damp Block 1:1 - Brush 4 - 6
    Damp proofing 1st coat SmartCare Damp Block 3:1 15 Putty Knife / Trowel 4 - 6
    Damp proofing 2nd coat SmartCare Damp Block 3:1 15 Putty Knife / Trowel 4 - 6
    Leveling Asian Paints Wall Putty Level the wall surface using Asian Paints Wall putty
    Normal Painting Primer + Top coat Continue normal painting system using Primer + Top Coat

  • Apply an additional coat of Damp Block in case of severe dampness.

   3. Precautions:   

    • Ensure treatment is applied oncement based plaster and not on POP, putty or existing paint.

    • During mixing, always add powder to water(not reverse) to ensure the mixture is free of lumps.

    • Mix only enough mixture that can be consumed within 2 hours.

    • For best results, arrest the source of water before the application of Damp Block.