Sandtex Trade has released a new video showcasing its 365 All Weather Masonry Paint.
Sandtex Trade 365 is specially formulated for use outside the traditional exterior decorating season. The coating features a high performance Pliolite Resin to resist difficult weather conditions.
By specifying Sandtex Trade 365, applicators are given more flexibility on when they choose to schedule their projects to possibly include the winter months.
Sharon Smith, Sandtex Trade Brand Manager commented: “With 15 years’ proven durability, Sandtex Trade 365 features exceptional adhesion, giving a long-lasting finish helping to increase maintenance cycles, which has been independently certified by the British Board of Agrément.
“Excellent opacity is also assured and the coating can be used on most exterior masonry surfaces and exterior grade building boards.”
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