BELKA VS PAINT

Comparison is one of the most critical activities users perform on the web. The first step to enabling comparison is providing consistent information for some of the comparable products. Belka is suitable for use on interior walls and ceilings in residential, commercial and administrative buildings as well as in educational and medical facilities, film and recording studios. Like no other, Belka is a contemporary and sophisticated interior wall coating material that is as good as it gets.

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BELKA APPLICATION

YOU DONT NEED TO STOP GO ON YOUR NORMAL LIFE

Easy to install Easy to removing need to Substructures, High speed of installation, No Cracks-No Seams. Wall coating Works take too much time for preparation.

Belka doesn’t need too many preparation on surface. Belka is the easiest and fast speed wall coating material for any station

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Applying Belka on your wall is as fast as you guess. Almost there is no preparation time. You don’t need to make surface flat or smooth. You don’t need to apply several level on the same wall. If you want to apply a little thicker Belka on your wall, for example just for insulation, you can apply it on the wall just one level.

Removing Belka is as easy as to install. You just need to spray enough water on the wall, wait a little and uncover the wall. You will have Belka dough and you can use it on another wall again and again.

You don’t need to uncover or remove old wallpaper, paint or another coating from the surface. You can apply Belka on any surface directly.

1- Mix Belka with water
2- Wait for consistancy
3- Swipe on your walls

PAINT APPLICATION

YOU HAVE TO STOP EVERYTHING MUST BE CHANGED

Painting is more time-consuming to apply compared to Belka. Preparing the surface and preparing the en virement takes too much time.

And you have to think about how many levels painting you will apply. Need to fix any issues on walls before priming and painting. Need to fix any issues on walls before priming and painting

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Can be messy. Paint needs to dry and cure before hanging art or touching walls.

Old wallpaper must be removed.

1- Cover the floor with cardboard or plastic dust sheet.
1- Remove nails and screws.
1- Switch off the main power in the room and remove the socket/switch covers.
1- Spackle any holes or rough areas.
1- Sand and smooth the surface.
1- Use a triangular scraper for large holes and scratch until you reach the solid surface.
1- Wash painted surfaces with a damp sponge.
1- Paint the wall before wallpapering if there are too significant color differences.
1- If there is wallpaper on the surface, it must be removed

BELKA TEXTURING

EVERY TEXTURE YOU WANT CUSTOM DESIGN YOU DREAM

Custom texture design you desire is extremely easy with Belka. You can use infinit color range with customer design templates you want.

For instance, you can design your company logo template and apply on your Office wall with Belka. You can give Belka desired texture with some regular equipment also.

PAINT TEXTURING

ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE IF YOU TRY TO HAVE CUSTOM DESIGN TEXTURE

Painting your walls does not give you a rich range of colour and design spectrums to choose from.

If you want a custom design on your walls you have to hire an artist. If you dont have the desired talent for custom design you most probably choose another wall coating material.

BELKA PREPARATION

ALMOST NO PREPARATION SURFACE NO TIME CONSUMING STEPS

Wall coating Works take too much time for preparation. Belka doesn’t need too many preparation on surface. Belka is the easiest and fast speed wall coating material for any situation.

For example you will not need to remove old wallpaper, old paints on the wall. Because of Belka covering on your wall easily with elasticity and perfect density you can coat on everything with Belka. You dont need to think about the old color, or old coating issues on the wall. For better performance the surface should be clean.

PAINT PREPARATION

TOO MANY PREPARATION STEPS PREPARATION IS TIME CONSUMING BUSINESS

Preparing the surface and preparing the environment takes to much time. Need to fix any issues on walls before priming and painting Can be messy. Paint needs to dry and cure before hanging art or touching walls.

Old wallpaper must be removed. Preparing your walls before decorating is very important, whether you have chosen to paint or wallpaper. If you do not already have smooth walls at home, you’ll need to spackle and smooth out any holes and rough areas on the wall, otherwise, it will affect the final result. See in detail

HARD STEPS TO PAINT YOUR WALL

To get good results, time is key when preparing your walls. Usually we say that 75% of the overall job should be applied to preparing your walls and the remaining 25% to paint or wallpaper.

PREPARATION STEPS

1- To Paint your wall you have to cover the floor with cardboard or plastic dust sheet. You dont need to stop your daily life in your life spaces. Because applying Belka dosn’t disturb anything in your daily life. It’s not dropped to any furniture and surface. 2- To Paint your wall you have to remove nails and screws. you dont need to remove anything from your walls. If the thickness of your application you can cover all things on your wall easily. 3- To Paint your wall you have to switch off the main power in the room and remove the socket/switch covers. 4- To Paint your wall you have to spackle any holes or rough areas. You may prefer according to your design but you dont need any smooth surface to apply Belka. You can easily apply on rough surface and easily cover on small holes and chipped surfaces. 5- To Paint your wall you have to sand and smooth the surface. We must say that you dont need smooth surface for applying Belka. 6- To Paint your wall you have to use a triangular scraper for large holes and scratch until you reach solid surface. you dont need any substructure to apply Belka. 7- To Paint your wall you have to wash painted surfaces with a damp sponge. For better performance the area of application should be cleaned for Belka. 8- To Paint your wall , If there is wallpaper on the surface it must be removed. You dont need to remove any wall covering or coating from your wall to apply Belka. 9- There are many other steps of preparation and application steps to paint a wall related to situations and surfaces of your wall and the paint chosen. But you dont need most of that steps to apply Belka.

BELKA INGREDIENTS

100 % NATURAL MATERIALS NEVER DESTROYS THE NATURE

Belka made of 100 % natural materials, VOC free including cotton, decorative minerals stones and, permissive additives.

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ALL ingredients of Belka is 100% natural and during producing we never cut trees and consume any good things in the world.

PAINT INGREDIENTS

TOO MANY UNHEALTHY INGREDIENTS LONG TERM AND SHORT TERM UNHEALTHY EFFECTS

All in all, house paints can potentially contain a wide range of toxic pollutants, depending on the type and brand.

You can find limitless research result test about the subject.

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Different types and grades of paint provide different application and resistance properties, depending upon the kinds and levels of ingredients used to create the paint.

PAINT INGREDIENTS IN DETAIL

Different types and grades of paint provide different application and resistance properties, depending upon the kinds and levels of ingredients used to create the paint. Most traditional house paints contain a slew of toxins that are harmful to people, pets, and the environment. Traditional interior paints and other paint-related products, such as paint thinner and paint stripper, are loaded with volatile organic compounds (VOCs). VOCs are gases that release into the air the moment you open a can of paint. These chemicals are a big contributor to poor indoor air quality and pose potentially serious health risks. All in all, house paints can potentially contain a wide range of toxic pollutants, depending on the type and brand. Aside from the components listed above, other common toxins found in traditional paints are: Xylene, Ethyl acetate, Methylene chloride, Glycol, Formaldehyde, Benzene, Phenol, Quaternary ammonium compounds, Carbamates etc.

BELKA HEALTH EFFECT

100 % HEALTHY PRODUCTS FOR THE BEST HEALTHY WALL COATING

Belka made of 100 % natural materials, VOC free including cotton, decorative minerals stones and, permissive additives.

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Belka made of 100 % natural materials, VOC free including cotton, decorative minerals stones and, permissive additives. Living in a natural environment has a direct effect on the health- and health-related behaviors of children and adults.

PAINT HEALTH EFFECTS

VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS MOST OF THEM DAMAGES HEALTH

Oil-based paints and other petroleum-based products have vapors that are harmful when breathed.

Even water-based products includes VOC.

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Oil-based paints and other petroleum-based products have vapors that are harmful when breathed. There are paints that release volatile organic compounds (VOCs) when you apply them. These compounds have been proven to be harmful to humans.

BELKA ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECT

100 % NATURAL PRODUCTS FOR THE BEST ECO-FRIENDLY WALL COATING

Belka made of 100 % natural materials, VOC free including cotton, decorative minerals stones and, permissive additives.

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Belka made of 100 % natural materials, VOC free including cotton, decorative minerals stones and, permissive additives.

Living in a natural environment has a direct effect on the health- and health-related behaviors of children and adults.

Belka is %100 natural and naturally produced. Some of other materials could be produced from natural materials but they damaged the natural because of production process. They’re consuming the forests. Belka is made from %100 natural cotton. Belka is natural wall coating and naturally producing without consuming any natural resources.

PAINT ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS

VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS MOST OF THEM DAMAGES HEALTH

Oil-based paints and other petroleum-based products have vapors that are harmful when breathed.

There are paints that release volatile organic compounds (VOCs) when you apply them.

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These compounds have been proven to be harmful to humans.

This can cause some serious hazardous effect on our body like headaches, trigger allergies, asthmatic reactions, irritate skin, eyes, and put increased stress on vital organs such as the heart and not only paint but also its byproduct or by which paint creates are also more dangerous to us and our environment.

By far, the most important environmental impact from paints is the release of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) during the drying process after the coating is applied. Virtually everything but the solids in a typical paint formulation is released to the air.

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Once in the atmosphere, VOCs participate in the formation of ozone. In the presence of nitrogen oxides (Nox) and sunlight, VOCs react with oxygen in the air to produce ozone, the most toxic component of the form of pollution commonly known as smog. Ozone attacks lung tissue, and is very injurious, even in very low concentrations. To prevent the formation excessive levels of ozone, the VOC content of paint, and its conditions. Lead in house paint is a problem only if it is damaged or disturbed. Paint in good condition that is not flaking or chalking, or is covered by well-maintained lead free paint is not a hazard in itself. Lead can also be a hazard when it is on surfaces subject to friction or impact such as windows and doors, or on railings where children can chew it.

High concentrations of lead found in garden soils in older residential areas can be due to residue from lead-based paint. Lead-based paint is most likely to be found on window frames, doors, skirting boards, kitchen and bathroom cupboards, exterior walls, gutters, metal surfaces and fascias. It can also be found on interior walls, ceilings and areas with enamel paint. Pink and red primer both contain lead, so you should think twice before disturbing any surface which has had any of these paints applied. The main environmental impacts associated with paint come from the manufacturer of the components, rather than manufacturing of the product itself.

- By far the greatest environmental impact is derived from the manufacture of Titanium Dioxide (TiO2):
- High embodied energy (54 – 76 MJ/kg) 9.
- Emissions during manufacture including (depending on process) CO2, N2O, SO2, Nox CH4 and VOCs 9.
- A number of waste streams, including spent acid and metal sulfates, emanate from the manufacturing process, each of which carries an environmental impact. A number of EU directives seek to reduce and eliminate the pollution caused.
- Raw materials are derived from scarce resources.

The environmental impacts associated with coloured pigments are various – though not as intense in their effects as those for Titanium Dioxide. It is worth noting too, that although there are ‘natural’ and ‘man-made’ pigments, not all ‘natural’ pigments have a lesser impact than man-made. Specifiers are recommended to examine closely the claims made by the manufacturer.

Ozone produced as part of human activities is a pollutant and a constituent of smog. Ozone is formed when nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide and VOCs react in the atmosphere in the presence of sunlight. Although lead has been banned for use in paint for decades, other chemicals commonly found in paint have also been linked with significant health and environmental issues. Most paints and stains contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other chemicals that create toxic fumes that can linger indoors for long periods of time. Some VOCs contribute to ozone depletion while others have known health risks. One of the chemicals linked to illness is propane sulfone, which is widely used in paints and is a powerful known carcinogen. The respiratory system and skin are the most significant routes for poisoning from chemicals in paints and stains