SandtexTrade 365 paint pot

Sandtex Trade 365 masonry paint for springtime decorating projects

  • 25 Apr 2016

Sandtex Trade 365 All Weather Masonry Paint is specially formulated for use in adverse weather conditions, so specifiers can schedule external decorating projects for early springtime when heavy rainfall is expected.

The product features a Pliolite Resin to combat difficult weather conditions. It is shower resistant in 20 minutes, so it can be applied when there is a slight threat of rain and in temperatures as low as -10ºC.

Sandtex Trade 365 has been BBA certified to provide a long lasting finish for up to 15 years. It also assures excellent opacity and can be used on most exterior masonry surfaces and exterior grade building boards.

Find out more by visiting the Crown Paint Specification website or Sandtex Trade

Sandex Trade,
Crown Paints,
Crown House,
Hollins Road,
Darwin,
Lancashire,
BB3 0BG,
United Kingdom

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