Fresh masonry is likely to contain lime (calcium hydroxide). Until the lime has a chance to react with carbon dioxide from the air, the alkalinity of the masonry remains so high that it can attack the binders of unsuitable paints.
To avoid lime burn, fresh masonry surfaces should be coated in Resene Limelock to lock in any free lime present in the substrate.
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