Dialogue is a decorative answer of the Antiche Terre Fiorentine line from Candis, belonging to the Le Etniche family.
Dialogue is an ecological and washable product, characterized by the use of 2 bases to be applied
overlapped, each one including water-based resins and particular natural raw materials suitable to
create delicate light refraction effects.
Dialogue is characterized by the simultaneous application of Etnika and coloured Arabesque (depending on the selected colour), or Etnika and Etnika (uncoloured base or coloured base with toners, as described in the catalogue).
The combined application of Etnika + Etnika or Etnika + Arabesque allows to obtain beautiful decorative effects, particular gradations in which the chromatic fusion of the two applied colours creates a
suggestive bicoloured effect with a remarkable depth.
The decorative cycle foresees the application on the wall of the white or coloured ATF base coat (as shown in the catalogue) and the spreading of the two colours (Etnika + Etnika or Etnika + Arabesque) thereon; these colours are selected with the colouring modes described in the catalogue.
The white or coloured ATF base coat will be applied with a flat brush, a paint-roller or by spraying with a proper compressor.
It is suggested to apply the base coat in two coats, the first one with a 20%-25% dilution and the second one with a 15%-20% dilution.
Dialogue is really the first decorative product which allows anyone to decorate a wall by expressing its own creativity. In fact, by selecting the density and the quantity of the brush strokes in the
application of the Colour B, a higher or a lower relevance of such colour will be obtained. In this way, a personalized and therefore “creative” decorative effect will be achieved on the wall.
It is highly recommended to start and continue the application without variations of the quantities (consumptions) of Colour A and Colour B. Such procedure and the Colour A/ Colour B ratio have to be maintained throughout the walls to be decorated.
It is important to maintain a constant ratio between Colour A consumption (prevalent colour) and Colour B consumption, such that to obtain a uniform decoration throughout the wall.
All colours shown in the catalogue were obtained from Candis by operating in this way:
Colour B (non-prevalent colour) in this proportion: half can (1.250 litres), with respect to one can (2.5 litres) of colour A, that is 1 part of Colour B and 4 parts of Colour A, i.e. 80% colour A on 20% Colour B to be applied on the wall.