I did find 'Emerclad's' Product data sheet. It is useful knowledge but as business often goes...they will usually attempt to "talk-up" their own product a fair bit. I just hoped that someone on this forum who has had first hand experience with using this product could give me some advice as to its suitablility and effectiveness. I have heard that it's a good product but maybe I don't need it for this job and something else would suit. anyway, thanks for responding,
emerclad is what u are looking for it does what it says it does waterproof paint its bullet proof but the actual finish is not the best u will need a proffesional to paint because it leaves lots of roller marks and chatter marks we are currently painting a building 2000sqm and its that bad we had to paint taubmans endure over it to cover and even then., it wasnt working goodluck
Hello, just came across this post and wondered how you got on with Emerclad. Our house was painted with Emerclad 12 years ago as a waterproof coating over sandstock bricks that acted like a sponge. It has worked very well and continues to do so. However, it does need to be applied professionally as stated by another person. Cheers, Garry
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