The advanced masonry product boasts a uniform finish for uneven surfaces and has the reassurance of 15 years’ durability, independently certified by the British Board of Agrément.
The short film shows off different types of decorative finish that can be achieved using the High Build Coating. The Sandtex product contains an anti-carbonation finish to maintain its looks.
The product is advertised as an ideal choice for exterior grade building boards, plywood and most exterior surfaces.
Sandtex Trade brand manager, Sharon Smith, believes the product is the perfect choice for customers wanting to create a more even surface, as well as a solution to help cover fine cracks.
Used in conjunction with Sandtex Polyester Membrane, and Membrane Primer it can provide a finishing coat to regulate repaired surfaces.
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