Water Based Bitumen Paint

Water Based Bitumen Paint

Water Based Bitumen Paint is a synthetic rubber co-polymer modified waterproofing membrane engineered for use in sub-grade areas and where not exposed to UV.

Water Based Bitumen Paint is a flexible heavy duty, effective and economical waterproofing membrane designed for areas that do not require painting or a finishing coat.

Water Based Bitumen Paint is environmentally safe, easy to apply and suitable for use for the collection of drinking water.

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  • Features & Benefits
  • Areas of Use

Features & Benefits

•    Excellent waterproof performance, remaining flexible and watertight in permanently wet conditions.
•    Prevents damage, efflorescence, mould growth, staining and paint peeling associated with moisture transfer.
•    Excellent adhesion to wide variety of substrates.
•    Economical, fast drying and easy to use.
•    Suitable for permanent immersion.

Areas of Use

  • Retaining walls and decks
  • Footings
  • Timber
  • Planter boxes
  • Terracotta pots
  • Gutters

How to waterproof retaining walls and planter boxes

Instructions

  • YOU WILL NEED

    YOU WILL NEED

    1litre of Water Based Bitumen Paint will cover approximately 0.75m² of wall area

  • EQUIPMENT

    EQUIPMENT

    Water Based Bitumen Paint is easily applied with a paint brush or roller

  • NUMBER OF COATS

    NUMBER OF COATS

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

  • DRYING TIME

    DRYING TIME

    Allow 30 minutes drying time between coats. Leave for 7 days to fully cure before back filling

  • CLEAN UP

    CLEAN UP

    Water Based Bitument Paint is easily cleaned up with water before it dries. If it is difficult to remove or clean use mineral turpentine

  • TIPS

    TIPS

    Apply to dry surface. To test moisture, tape down a clear plastic sheet over a small section of the surface to be treated in direct sunlight and leave for 2 hours. If moisture appears on the underside of the sheet the area is too damp

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