main uses and advantages of polybond
- Polybond will provide an immediate key on any existing sound surface to enable cement
or plaster renders to be applied, with the knowledge that these renders will hold positively even under the most severe conditions.
- Polybond does away with the time and labour costs involved in 'hacking' surfaces to provide a key.
- Added to a standard cement mix Polybond will ensure a tough 'dust free' concrete, having a greatly
enhanced strength and wearing quality, plus a better resistance to mild acids, alkalis, lactic acid, animal urine, oils, etc.
- Polybond makes repairs to concrete, stone and granite, supremely easy and sure.
- Diluted Polybond will prime, seal and stabilise all porous surfaces ready for painting.
- High quality, low price fillers, tile adhesives and emulsion paints can be made up using Polybond.
- Full strength Polybond, as supplied, is very cost effective. For nearly all applications the product
is diluted with water before use.
dilution and coverage:
These will vary depending on the porosity and smoothness of the surface to which Polybond and its various
dilutions are applied. However the following figures based on site reports will act as a general guide:
|polybond + water
||Sticking non-porous surfaces, ie: glass, formica, metal, etc. Sealing rope ends.
|1 part + 1 part
||Wood and Joinery adhesive.
Adhesive for paper and card.
Emulsion paint additive.
Base for plastic woods/fillers.
|1 part + 2 parts
||Primer for non-porous surfaces.
Slurry coat additive.
| 1 part + 3 parts
||Bonding Agent. Repair Mix.
Filler additive. Bitumen sealer.
| 1 part + 5 parts
||Admixture to plaster and sand-cement renders. Primer and sealer coat on concrete, plaster.
| 1 part + 10 parts
||Admixture for plastic screeds.
Primer on very porous surfaces.
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