Apply by brush or roller. It can also be sprayed if diluted with 10% water.
1. Clean area to be painted in sugar soap, lightly sand to provide a key, and clean again.
2. Apply a base coat of Radical Paint (white or grey) as required, to provide a clean canvas to paint on. This step is necessary on new plasterboard, bare wood, furniture, when painting over patchy finishes, or when wishing to radically change the existing colour.
3. Apply a minimum of two topcoats of Radical Paint, leaving 2 - 4 hours between each coat.
6. Clean up all tools and equipment immediately after painting, in warm soapy water.
5. Sit back and relax for 12-24 hours. You can then put everything back where it should be.
Apply the paint as thinly as possible. It is better to use up a litre of paint in two coats, than a litre of paint in one coat! If the paint is running down your brush, or dripping off your roller you have too much on it. See this article
for guidance on applying paint.