An acrylic waterproofing paint developed to be used with a mesh membrane. This product can be used on flashing, roof joins, roof screws, parapets and chimney cappings. Dulux waterproofing is not suitable for parapets and chimney cappings.
Coverage ≈ 2 m²/L
Drying time 30 minutes
Number of coats: 1ST COAT– Roll or Brush a thick coat of Dulux Waterproofing (1 litre/m²). Work the membrane into the wet coat by using a roller or a stiff brush, avoiding the formation of bubbles or creases in the material. On flat surface. Membrane overlaps should be a minimum of 100 mm between 2 layers. Allow a minimum drying period of 30 minutes before applying second coat.
2nd COAT – Once the first coat has dried sufficiently to take working traffic (2 – 3 hours depending upon weather), apply a second coat of Dulux Waterproofing paint (0,7 litre/m²) to ensure the membrane is completely wet.
3rd COAT – Once the second coat is dry, apply a final coat of Rockgrip Waterproofing paint at the rate of coat (0,7 litre/m²).
Preparing the surfaces: Suitable for use on flashing , roof joint, roof crews, parapets and chimney capping’s
Health and Safety: “For detailed safety information refer to Material Safety Data Sheet. Keep out of reach of children Ensure good ventilation during application and drying. Non-flammable”