Remmers Rofalin Acryl

SKU id20932 Non Hazardous
An acrylate based weather protective paint for use on wood internally or externally.
Available in 10 and 20 Kg
£71.76 (£86.11 Inc VAT)
*These colours are for guidance only. Variations between output devices can misrepresent the appearance of an actual colour. Also, we strongly advise that you order your complete paint requirements simultaneously to ensure a uniform batch colour.
£71.76 (£86.11 Inc VAT)

Product Description

Remmers Rofalin Acryl is an acrylate based weather protective paint for use on wood internally or externally.

Best Uses

Remmers Rofalin Acrylic can be used indoors and outdoors on new and old wood. However, it is also particularly suitable for renovating old, already coated surfaces and can also be used on render, masonry work, concrete, weathered fibrated cement, zinc roof gutters, zinc sheet metal and many other substrates.

Remmers Rofalin Acryl is suitable for application to chairs, banks, etc. An additional protective topcoat must be applied to prevent abrasion of pigments.

Rofalin Acrylic is an environmentally friendly, protective paint on a pure acrylate base with lightfast pigments for wood and other substrates. Rofalin Acrylic is easy to apply, protects the substrate for many years and is low solvent. The properly applied, elasticised coating does not peel even under extreme weather conditions and is driving rain tight, lightfast and weather resistant, fast drying, low odour, matt and scrub-proof pursuant to DIN 53778.

Rofalin Acrylic also has very good hiding power.


Normally, two coats of undiluted Rofalin Acrylic are applied by brush, roller or with airless spraying equipment. On highly absorbent substrates, the first coat should be thinned with 10% water. Wood in outdoor areas should always be pre-treated with a wood preservative (e.g. Remmers Wood Preservative Primer*). The substrate must be dry and load bearing. The penetration of moisture from behind must be ruled out.

Repair any cracks according to valid rules of the trade. To prevent coloured substances in the wood from bleeding through the paint when white or light shades of Rofalin Acrylic are used, prime first with 2 coats of Remmers Sealing Primer. When coating, observe the BFS Code of Practice No. 18 "Coating wood and wooden working materials in outdoor areas”.