Silicone masonry paint provides durable and robust protection

  • 29 May 2015

Silicone Masonry binds with mineral substrate and is therefore highly flexible – it offers high resistance against the elements, making it ideal for bare masonry, renders, precast-concrete, concrete blockwork, brickwork and external wall insulation systems.

Silicone Masonry provides a highly durable, long-term exterior masonry solution.

The coating is designed to offer high quality coating breathability, ensuring any moisture can evaporate from damp surfaces and removing the chance of paint peeling.

Johnstone’s Silicone Masonry can be applied over exterior surfaces with ease, and will help to maintain the breathability of any porous substrate already coated in a silicone based paint.

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Huddersfield Road
Birstall
Batley
West Yorkshire
WF17 9XA
United Kingdom

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