Wet room paint

Wet room paint

Flügger Wet Room Paint and Wet Room Primer are used for surface treatment in bathrooms and similar rooms. The products are used subject to applicable legislation and notices regarding requirements for substrate, performance and water and moisture density.

Product Description

Semi-matte wet room paint. Recommended for surfaces that are exposed to particularly high functional requirements, with changing moisture and water conditions as well as dirt and use-related wear. Included in Flügger wet room treatment when installing glass tissue/glass felt with Flügger Wet Room Primer.
  • Excellent wear resistance and extremely easy-to-clean surface
  • Prevents the formation of mould and mould growth on the surface
  • For finishing treatment in wet rooms


Bathrooms, toilets and similar wet rooms.


Must be clean, dry, firm and suitable for surface treatment.


Remove loose material and paint by cleaning and sanding.
Remove dirt, grime, grease and chalking materials by cleaning with Fluren 37.
Remove lime and soap residue using Fluren 33.
Sand hard, slippery surfaces flat.
Cracks, holes and irregularities must be spackled with suitable joint filler/spackle.
Absorbent and porous substrate primed with Sealer.
Install glass tissue/glass felt using Flügger Wet Room Primer.
Apply wet room paint 2 times. Some shades require an extra treatment.


Brush, roller or spray
Decide your choice of tool/utensil depending on the finish
Apply wet on wet and finish by brushing/rolling in the same direction
Always use the same batch number on contiguous/unbroken surfaces
Differences in surface structure can result in colour deviation
Cold/heat can affect the viscosity of the material
Material temperature for spray painting, min. 12⁰C
Condensation must be prevented during drying/curing
Cold and increased humidity extends drying time, full curing and recoat interval
Increased temperature and low atmospheric humidity reduce drying time and full curing
Always perform a test treatment for a check and acceptance of adhesion and result

Environmental information

Protection equipment for: Spray painting: painting suit, full face mask with combined filter. Painting: eye protection, gloves. Sanding: respiratory protection.
Environment information: Clean off the paint from tools and wash them with water. Bring remains of fluent paint to the local recycling centre. Minimize your paint waste by pre-estimating how much paint you need. Keep the leftover paint for future use so you can effectively reduce the environmental impact.

Storage: Cool, frost free and tightly closed

Technical Data

Acrylic Paint
Semi Matte,30
Density (kg/liter)
Weight %
Volume %
Nominal spreading rate (m2/l)
Max. humidity 80 % RH.
Dry to touch at 20°C, 60% RF (Hours)
Recoatable at 20c, 60% RF (Hours)
Fully cured at 20c, 60% RF (Days)
Emission cf. ISO 16000-9:2011
280 < µg/m²h after 28 days
Class 1
Cleaning of Tools etc.
Water and soap

Current TDS Version

januar 2018

Replaces TDS Version

januar 2017