Formulated with late seasonal work in mind, Sandtex Trade 365 All Weather Masonry Paint allows specifiers to continue external decorating into the autumn months.
The paint product comprises a Pliolite Resin concoction, which has been developed to tackle adverse weather conditions. Offering shower resistance in 20 minutes, the paint can be applied despite the threat of rain. It is also suitable for use in temperatures as low as -10ºC.
With Sandtex Trade 365, the traditional exterior painting season can carry on into the autumn and throughout the year.
Sandtex Trade 365 is a British Board Agrément (BBA) certified product. Boasting 15 years of durability, it features impressive adhesion and provides a clean finish, which can withstand the tests of weather and time.
The coating can be used on the majority of exterior masonry surfaces and exterior grade building boards.
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