Knauf has introduced a new quick, clean and efficient way of plastering residential homes and smaller projects, ProRoll.
Knauf ProRoll is applied to surfaces using a 9-inch medium pile roller and extension pole as required, ensuring a quick and easy installation while reducing the physical effort required to plaster.
ProRoll is ready-mixed and can be applied directly from the tub and is suited to both smooth and textured backgrounds.
It is available in two variants, Knauf ProRoll Light and Knauf ProRoll Max.
Knauf ProRoll Light can be applied in coats of up to 1mm, providing a fine finish when applied over gypsum boards, sand stone blocks and other smooth surfaces.
On the other hand, Knauf ProRoll Max is a surface-levelling compound that is ideal for the preparation of irregular and uneven surfaces prior to a final finishing with Knauf ProRoll Light. Highly versatile and adaptable to a number of decorating scenarios, ProRoll Max is an ideal solution for surface levelling, with coats as thick as 4mm possible.
Knauf ProRoll dries between 12 and 18 hours and allows painters and decorators to prepare their projects for the final finish with a minimum of snagging required.
With the lid on, ProRoll can be stored at room temperature for up to 12 months.
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