AIDA Fight Mold

AIDA Fight Mold is an excellent quality emulsion paint with advance technology that protects your walls from the attacks of algae & fungus, thus leaving your interior walls beautiful for a longer period of time. It has excellent water resistance, excellent algae & fungus resistance, excellent adhesion and durability, excellent alkaline and efflorescence resistance. It is odourless, has low VOC and is APEO and Formaldehyde free product.

  • Excellent Algae & Fungus resistance
  • Good scrub resistance
  • Odourless 
  • APEO free
  • Low VOC


As a superb matt finishing which specially formulated for protection and decoration of interior masonry and other surfaces such as plaster wall, cement, gypsum board, brickwork, hard and soft boards as well as appropriately primed wood surfaces.


Vehicle Type                     : Styrene acrylic emulsion

Pigmentation                     : Mineral extenders, pigments and additives

Solvent                                      : Water

Density (kg/litre)                : 1.45 ~ 1.55

Volume Solid                     : Approximately 60%

Chemical Resistance            : Has limited chemical resistance

VOC Content                     : < 4 g/Lit

Drying Time at (27 ± 2°C & RH: 80 ± 5%)

: Touch Dry ≤ 30 minutes

                                      : Hard Dry ≤ 1 hour

Dry Film Thickness             : 25 ~ 30 microns per coat             

Recoating Interval              : 3 hours (minimum)

Theoretical Coverage          : 10 ~ 12 m²/litre (Actual coverage is dependent on substrate condition)

Colours                            : Varies. Refer to colour card

Gloss at (60° head)            : N/A

Finish                               : Matt

Shelf Life                          : 24 months at 27 ± 2°C in full sealed containers

Storage Condition               : Air tight, store in dry and cool condition

Packing                            : 1 litre, 5 litres & 15 litres

Application Temperature      : 5°C to 40°


Ready for use after thoroughly stirring. However, if thinning is required, not more than 5% of water may be added for the first coat. For best result, thinning is not recommended for the subsequent coats.