Liquid Reinforcing Fabric

Liquid Reinforcing Fabric

Liquid Reinforcing Fabric is  a high strength, polyester fibre reinforced liquid applied waterproofing membrane, engineered for use in all projects where traditional reinforcing fabric materials are applied.  

Liquid Reinforcing Fabric  is suitable for use to strengthen wall to floor joints, bridge substrate cracks and imperfections and improve membrane film build on exterior corners, when used in conjunction with Crommelin Shower Waterproofing Membrane

Liquid Reinforcing Fabric  is 100% waterproof and may be tiled over or top coated with most acrylic paints and renders

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  • Features & Benefits
  • Areas of Use

Features & Benefits

 

Fibre reinforced for high strength, durability and puncture resistance.
Fast and seamless application for 100% waterproof performance.
Permanently flexible, accommodating structural movement and crack bridging.
Suitable for use in under tile applications and promotes tile adhesion.
Excellent adhesion to substrate.
Non-toxic and potable water safe.
Suitable for use in conjunction with cement based tile adhesives and most acrylic paints and renders
  • Fibre reinforced for high strength, durability and puncture resistance.
  • Fast and seamless application for 100% waterproof performance.
  • Permanently flexible, accommodating structural movement and crack bridging.
  • Suitable for use in under tile applications and promotes tile adhesion.
  • Excellent adhesion to substrate.
  • Non-toxic and potable water safe.
  • Suitable for use in conjunction with cement based tile adhesives and most acrylic paints and renders

Areas of Use

 

Concrete, screeds & renders.
Compressed fibre cement sheeting & plasterboard.
Brick & masonry blocks.
Particle board (wet area grade).
Plywood (water resistant).
Not suitable for use over White-set plaster.
  • Concrete, screeds & renders.
  • Compressed fibre cement sheeting & plasterboard.
  • Brick & masonry blocks.
  • Particle board (wet area grade).
  • Plywood (water resistant).
  • Not suitable for use over White-set plaster.

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