Tinting paints – for the individual design of your walls and ceilings

Design your living areas or the facade of your house individually in your favourite colour with our tinting paint. It is suitable for many different substrates and can be mixed with a wall paint in any ratio. In addition, you can also use the stainer as a full-tone colour to give your creativity free rein and make your living areas even more interesting.  

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While there are many wall and ceiling paints in different colour shades, you often cannot find the colour that matches the interior of your apartment. Our tinting paint comes in handy in such cases, allowing any desired colour shade to be mixed. It enables the apartment to be completely personalised. Particularly creative people even use the tinting paint in two ways. They mix them together for larger surfaces or use them purely as a full-tone colour, for example, to create some highlights or to shape the bottom of a wall in a slightly stronger colour shade.  

 In this respect, the possibilities are limitless.

Mixing tinting paints with wall paints   

Tinting paints are suitable for all water-based dispersion paints. They are usually used in combination with white wall paint, as this is the easiest way to achieve the desired colour shade.

For this purpose, the stainer is simply poured into the wall paint and thoroughly mixed with it. The mixing ratio of wall and tinting paint is arbitrary. However, the greater the proportion of tinting paint, the stronger the selected colour shade will be.

 Freshly-mixed paint often differs a little from dried paint. Therefore, if you have a clear idea of what your wall or ceiling should look like, it is useful to try the colour you have mixed in an inconspicuous place before you paint your walls, allowing you to change the mixing ratio again.  

Wall and ceiling design with the ADLER Colorit Abtönpaste   

Our ADLER Colorit Abtönpaste (stainer) can be used in combination with all our dispersion paints indoors as well as outdoors. It can be painted, rolled and sprayed and is suitable for painting on woodchip paper, wallpaper, masonry, concrete and plaster. Any cracks or holes that may be present can be removed before applying a filler and a conventional filling material such as Moltofill.

Otherwise no substrate is required for this paint. You should only treat strongly absorbent or sanding substrates with our ADLER Tiefengrund (deep primer) in order not to consume too much paint during the painting process.

After drying, our stainer is wear-resistant as well as impervious to harmful substances in the air and thus very resistant.

Design your living areas or the facade of your house individually in your favourite colour with our tinting paint. It is suitable for many different substrates and can be mixed with a wall paint... read more »
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Tinting paints – for the individual design of your walls and ceilings

Design your living areas or the facade of your house individually in your favourite colour with our tinting paint. It is suitable for many different substrates and can be mixed with a wall paint in any ratio. In addition, you can also use the stainer as a full-tone colour to give your creativity free rein and make your living areas even more interesting.  

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While there are many wall and ceiling paints in different colour shades, you often cannot find the colour that matches the interior of your apartment. Our tinting paint comes in handy in such cases, allowing any desired colour shade to be mixed. It enables the apartment to be completely personalised. Particularly creative people even use the tinting paint in two ways. They mix them together for larger surfaces or use them purely as a full-tone colour, for example, to create some highlights or to shape the bottom of a wall in a slightly stronger colour shade.  

 In this respect, the possibilities are limitless.

Mixing tinting paints with wall paints   

Tinting paints are suitable for all water-based dispersion paints. They are usually used in combination with white wall paint, as this is the easiest way to achieve the desired colour shade.

For this purpose, the stainer is simply poured into the wall paint and thoroughly mixed with it. The mixing ratio of wall and tinting paint is arbitrary. However, the greater the proportion of tinting paint, the stronger the selected colour shade will be.

 Freshly-mixed paint often differs a little from dried paint. Therefore, if you have a clear idea of what your wall or ceiling should look like, it is useful to try the colour you have mixed in an inconspicuous place before you paint your walls, allowing you to change the mixing ratio again.  

Wall and ceiling design with the ADLER Colorit Abtönpaste   

Our ADLER Colorit Abtönpaste (stainer) can be used in combination with all our dispersion paints indoors as well as outdoors. It can be painted, rolled and sprayed and is suitable for painting on woodchip paper, wallpaper, masonry, concrete and plaster. Any cracks or holes that may be present can be removed before applying a filler and a conventional filling material such as Moltofill.

Otherwise no substrate is required for this paint. You should only treat strongly absorbent or sanding substrates with our ADLER Tiefengrund (deep primer) in order not to consume too much paint during the painting process.

After drying, our stainer is wear-resistant as well as impervious to harmful substances in the air and thus very resistant.

Aviva Colorit, full-tone and tinting paint
Aviva Colorit, full-tone and tinting paint
High-quality full-tone and tinting paint. Weather-resistent.
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