RETEK ACRYLIC ROOF PAINT

 

Roof Paint exhibits the following features:

|  Excellent adhesion on clean galvanised steel roofing sheets

|  Can also be used on asbestos cement roofing sheets and clay and cement tiles (correct pre-treatment is required)

|  It comes in an existing range of colours

|  It has superior hiding power

|  It is mould and water resistant and will not blister if used correctly

|  It contains no harmful agents

|  It has an agreeable odour on application which will disappear in a short period of time

|  It is manufactured from a high quality emulsion that has high extendibility

|  Water based, so cleaning of equipment is a feast

|  Only requires one or two coats on most surfaces

|  Can easily be overcoated

 

Roof Paint can be used on the following sufaces:

|  Galvanised steel roofing

|  Cement-based roofing tiles

|  Asbestos cement roofing

|  Previously painted surfaces (pre-treatment might be required, depending on the surface)

|  Painted galvanised steel roofing tiles

 

Application procedures

|  Clean all surfaces from dust, oil or other contaminants

|  Roofs should be not to cold or to hot.  (to achieve this they can be wetted with a fine water spray and the first coat of paint applied while still damp)

|  Roof Paint can be applied by roller, brush or roller

|  Stir thoroughly before use

|  Apply one or two coats of Roof Paint, allowing a drying time of about two hours between coats

|  As this material is very easy to apply, care should be taken not to overspread

|  After application, the equipment and any spillage can be cleaned with water and soap followed by thorough rinsing with clean water

 

Maintenance of painted surfaces

Surfaces that have been coated with Roof Paint are very easy to maintain – Just wash with an ordinary household cleaner or soft soap by using cloth and it will be restored to it’s original pristine condition

 

Product information

|  Roof Paint is supplied in 1,5 and 20 litre containers

|  A wide range of colours is available

|  It has a spreading rate of 10-12 Metres² per litre (depending on colour)