Sandtex Trade High Build Textured Decorative Coating covers fine cracks and uneven surfaces

  • 7 Jun 2017

Sandtex Trade High Build Textured Decorative Coating delivers a long-term solution for the protection of buildings, capable of ironing out surface level imperfections at a stroke.

The coating provides coverage and flexibility in addition to the reassurance of 15 years’ durability, independently certified by the British Board of Agrément.

The paint is also formulated to maintain its good looks with anti-carbonation properties which protect concrete and metal from atmospheric erosion.

It can be applied by either trowel or spray or using the Sandtex Trade High Build roller.

The water-borne, medium to heavy textured protective and decorative finish is applied as a one coating system, which is touch dry in four to six hours.

Sandtex have created a short video highlighting the benefits of Sandtex Trade High Build Textured Decorative Coating to specifiers, available to view here.

Sharon Smith, Crown Paints’ Trade Communications Manager, said: “Used in conjunction with Sandtex Polyester Membrane and Membrane Primer it can also bridge larger surface cracks. However, ultimately the product provides a consistent, uniform finish for difficult surfaces.”

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

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