Like our cork, the earth tones such as ochre, mineral and spinel pigments are purely natural . The pigments are typically quarried in various French and German quarries and then processed on site, where they are either dried (200°) or fired (700°) before being ground into a very fine powder of 30-40µ in size become.
Earth pigments offer natural, vibrant and bold colors that create a warm and original ambiance in any room.
It is also possible to paint the cork with a conventional paint after it has dried.
The photos above show some examples of possible color schemes.
The natural earth tones offer a strong and deep coloring, just as they occur in nature. Dyeing cork with natural pigments is quick and easy. It is achieved by mixing the dry products before adding water.
Put the Soliege Sprühkork and the pigments in a bucket.
Mix the dry components together.
Add water and stir the materials with the right tool.
Put the spray cork in the funnel.
Ready to spray.
Earth tones, such as ochre, can come from various quarries in Europe, but most of them come from France and Germany. These natural pigments are broken down in a short cycle. They are completely natural and biodegradable, just like our cork.