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Facade varnish for stone - on an organic basis

Wet stone effect!

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739.00 ГРН
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We sometimes admire the beauty of multi-colored stones on the seashore, but as soon as they are collected and brought home, these lively bright shades immediately turn pale and lose their appearance. Natural granite, sandstone, marble look only in a polished form, and cost a lot of money. Chipped cobblestone glistens in the sun, but when it rains, it is especially beautiful.

Treatment - Wet Stone

To preserve the freshness of the shine and the natural deep color of natural stone, marble, sandstone, as well as to stylize the artificial mineral material concrete, brick, crushed cobblestone, etc. - we suggest using it in decoration «Facade varnish for stone» on an organic basis .

Properties of facade varnish on stone:
  • Protects against moisture and extends their lifespan
  • UV Conference Resistant
  • Forms a hard, elastic, transparent, glossy, weather-resistant, transparent film
  • Prevents surface degradation and prevents the formation of fungus, moss and mold
  • Dries quickly and is able to withstand warp expansion and contraction
  • Designed for indoor and outdoor use

Lacquer on stone on different surfacesPurpose stone varnish with a light wet effect, used on paving slabs, brick facades, concrete floors, artificial stone panels, composite materials to give the surface shine and depth of color. Facade stone lacquer is well suited for hydrophobizing and providing self-cleaning of marble, granite, sandstone, roof tiles, concrete, brick, natural stone window sills, asbestos cement boards and other porous building materials.

It is recommended for hydrophobization of facades of residential buildings, industrial buildings, for self-cleaning and preservation of architectural monuments and sculptural art. Sanded, heat-treated and natural mineral chipped surfaces can be machined. Can be used for concrete, brick, clinker, plaster, artificial stone, etc.

Brick hydrophobization