Brick & Render Sealer

Brick & Render Sealer

Brick & Render Sealer is a revolutionary waterborne superior acrylic polymer which provides a hard film resistive to water damage, staining, helps to prevent and slow fretting of masonry surfaces and is supplemented with a highly effective biocide to inhibit the growth of fungi, algae and lichens.  Brick & Render Sealer is highly resistant to UV light and will not yellow. The use of Brick & Render Sealer prior to painting with acrylic paints will improve their performance and durability.  Brick & Render Sealer can be used on any porous or semi-porous masonry needing protection.

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  • Features & Benefits
  • Areas of Use

Features & Benefits

  • Clear low sheen to satin finish
  • Hard wearing
  • Resists stains and damage to substrate
  • Resists algal and other growth
  • Good weather and UV resistance
  • Safe and easy to use
  • Highly water repellent

Areas of Use

  • Concrete panels (when cleaned)
  • Rendered walls
  • Brick walls
  • Blue board
  • Hebal

Instructions

  • YOU WILL NEED

    YOU WILL NEED

    1litre of Brick and Render Sealer will cover approximately 5-6² of wall area

  • EQUIPMENT

    EQUIPMENT

    Brick and Render Sealer is easily applied with a paint brush, roller or spray depending on surface

  • NUMBER OF COATS

    NUMBER OF COATS

    2 coats are required and should be applied at 90o to each other

  • DRYING TIME

    DRYING TIME

    Allow 30 minutes drying time between coats. Leave for 7 days to fully cure before painting. After 24 hours it will be weather resistant

  • CLEAN UP

    CLEAN UP

    Brick and Render Sealer is easily cleaned up with water before it dries

  • TIPS

    TIPS

    Clean surfaces of all contaminants such as efflorescence, mould, lichen, etc.  Remove all grease, dust or dirt.  Wash surface with water and scrubbing brush, rinse and allow to dry thoroughly. Efflorescence should be treated with Crommelin Efflorescence Remover

Finish the Job

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