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How To Use Masonry Paint: The Essential GuideBy admin
Monday, 23 September 2019
If your external walls are in desperate need of a touch-up, then the likelihood is, you have a lot of questions concerning where to start. From preparation, to selecting the right product, there is a lot to consider, with how to use masonry paint being one of the most troublesome of all.
Seemingly, the list of things that can go wrong with exterior painting, is just as long as the list of what can go right. Moisture can cause paint to peel, poorly applied paint can result in drips, and mildew can be the result of countless oversights in the painting process.
This is especially problematic, as once you’ve painted the exterior of your home, you really don’t want to have to do it again any time soon.
To combat the common issues, and create that beautiful external property appearance you can be proud of, it is essential to know how to use masonry paint, and when the job is best left to a reputable company with experience.
The first step of this process is learning a little more about masonry paint, and how to determine which product is right for your home; something which the following guide aims to answer in greater detail…
What Is Masonry Paint?
Masonry paint is designed specifically to be used externally, making its composition very different to the paint that you would commonly use on interior walls.
Depending on the product, there will be some level of extra weather resistance, so the paint won’t drip or rub off, like many internal paints do when they get damp.
There are different types of masonry paint that you can choose from. The standard off the shelf paint is designed primarily for colour, and is widely available from most hardware stores nationwide.
The more specialist products, such as wall coatings, are designed to insulate a property, protect the masonry, and resist moisture.
The stark contrast between the two products is something not widely considered when looking at how to use masonry paint, or what the best product to use is. However, this greatly affects how to use masonry paint.
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How To Apply Masonry Paint To Exterior Walls
The process of using standard masonry paint is not a world away from interior painting, but there are a few differences. Preparation is essential for standard masonry paint; the walls need to be clean, free from damage, and smooth, or the finished look is not going to meet your expectations.
Once the preparation is complete, how to use masonry paint is highly determined by what equipment you choose to invest in. Paint brushes, rollers, or sprayers, can all be used, but often a further investment will need to be made in scaffolding, to ensure that the work is completed safely and consistently.
In contrast, the use of wall coatings, or masonry crème, is much easier. The product is specialist, so the whole process, from preparation to application, is generally completed by an expert team of professionals.
While eliminating the D.I.Y opportunity, the process comes with many additional benefits over standard masonry paint.
The Benefits Of Wall Coatings
Despite having a similar, intended purpose, wall coatings are in a completely different league when compared to off the shelf masonry paint.
A home improvement with a thousand and one purposes, when you invest in a wall coating, not only will the process be easier; you’re also gaining an extra layer of insulation as well.
Wall coatings offer the same ability to achieve a beautiful finish, but they do so by creating a secondary barrier on your walls. This barrier is invisible, yet still acts to increase the energy efficiency of your home, reduce moisture penetration by more than 95%, and shield your walls against dirt, grime, and algae.
Expert Advice For The Perfect Home Appearance
The choice between using a professional service and going down the DIY route can be a difficult one, no matter which home improvement you are considering for your home.
However, when it comes to the exterior of your house, and the first impression it creates of your property, getting the right finish and protection is of the utmost importance.
LogicFoam has been working with UK homeowners for many years, helping to tailor solutions to home insulation, improve the appearance of properties, and increase the safety of homes.
If you’re considering re-painting your walls, then we are always on hand to help you ensure the best finish for your home. Alternatively, to learn more about the benefits of wall coatings, you can take a look at our Trust Pilot page, and the reviews from our previous customers.
Transform your home into a premium performing property today, with the help of masonry paint. Learn more about this multi-purpose product today, by calling 0800 1700 636, or, alternatively, by simply clicking the button below!, full_htmlRelated Home Logic Living Articles
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