Black Pine Tar for a modern distemper painted house

Easy to use, durable and aesthetically pleasing. These are Lars-Einar Bresäter’s three most important reasons for painting with Black Pine Tar. He lives in a modern house near the sea in Gothenburg’s southern archipelago. The first floor of the house was painted using distemper paint, but after only four years it was brown instead of black.

“I decided to paint over the distemper paint using Black Pine Tar and the result was perfect. The work was quick and the durable finish is lovely and smooth, which will make it easier to repaint in the future,” says Lars-Einar Bresäter.

Lars-Einar’s house is in an exposed location with a lot of wind and rain. The house has large windows at the front and vertical wood panelling at the rear.

“A house this exposed to the weather really needs paint that is durable and that does not require a lot of upkeep. The Black Pine Tar is easy to use, permeates well and gives a uniform colour. We are very pleased with our decision.”

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