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Micro Emulsion

> Features & Benefits

  • High levels of dirt and water repellence
  • Self-cleaning capacity
  • Longer refurbishment intervals
  • Cost effective
  • About
  • Preparation & Application
  • Health & Safety
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Enewall micro emulsion sealer acts as a water repellent to newly rendered surfaces without forming a film. It is designed to give surfaces a high resistance to dirt, rain and UV light.  Therefore enhancing durability and maintaining a cleaner façade for longer.

> Technical & Supporting Services

Enewall’s Technical Services Department has a team of experienced advisors available to give on site

advice both at the specification stage and during application. Detailed specifications can be prepared for indi-vidual projects. Site visits and on site demonstrations can be arranged on request.  For any technical enquiries please call Enewall main office on 01698 373 305 or via email on technical@enewall.co.uk

>  Preparation

Enewall renders should be allowed to cure for a minimum period of 10 days prior to the application of coatings or sealers.

>  Mixing

Micro Emulsion Sealer is premixed – no mixing is required. No water or additives should be added.

> Coverage Rates

Up to 5 sq.m per litre dependent on the porosity of the surface.

> Application

Micro Emulsion Sealer should be applied to optically dry surfaces, in two coats, wet on wet, with brush, roller or spray. Low temperatures and high humidity can affect the curing time, but in normal conditions the product is touch dry within one hour.

> Health & Safety 

Wear protective goggles, gloves, respiratory equipment and protective clothing when mixing or using this-product. Avoid contact with the eyes. In the event of eye contact, irrigate with plenty of cold water as soon as possible and seek immediate medical attention. Do not take internally. Keep out of the reach of children.

> Packaging

Micro Emulsion Sealer is supplied in 5 litre containers.

> Storage

Do not store in temperatures exceeding 30°C or below 5°C. Storage in direct sunlight should be avoided. Pot life is 12 months when stored in proper conditions.