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Buy CEKOL C-11

CEKOL C-11  CEKOL C-11 is used for of grit, ceramic, stone and glass tiles as well as mineral wool to concrete, bricks, gas concrete, ceramsit blocks, gypsum panels and blocks, stable wood bases and steel structures. The CEKOL C-11 is suitable for glueing new tiles on the old ones without chipping them off. It may also be used for warmed-up surfaces, surface smoothing and stopping. CEKOL C-11 is a highly elastic frost and water resistant as well as heating resistant adhesive plaster for use inside and outside buildings. It is a productive, practical, easy to use and non-toxic product in application and use. CEKOL C-11 may be used in living accommodations and public buildings (e.g. nurseries, infant schools, hospitals, restaurants, stores, refrigerated compartments etc.). consumption: about 3 kg/m2 when float with 6 mm teeth is used layer thickness: 3 to 5 mm setting time for walking and pointing: about 24 hours at the temperature of 18oC Please speak to one of our friendly staff on 02

Buy ANT X-9

ANT X-9 ANT X-9 is designed for internal and external use, it’s flexible, white and fast drying (approx. 4h). Yield about 3 kg / m² using a trowel with 6 mm teeth, layer thickness 3 to 5 mm. Please speak to one of our friendly staff on 02038839057 Buy yours with us today at

Buy Dulux Tile Paint

 Dulux Tile Paint Dulux Tile Paint is 10 times tougher and 10 times more shower resistant than our conventional water based satin paints . It is self-undercoating and quick drying. Apply 1 or 2 coats with a brush. Apply liberally and evenly to avoid runs and sags. Leave 4 hours between coats. Do not apply in very damp or humid conditions, in the inside of shower areas and when room temperatures are below 10°C. Not suitable for use on radiators or other heated surfaces. TIP: if the colour change is strong, more coats may be required. Finish: Gloss Coverage: Up to 18m2/litre Drying Time: 4 hours to dry; 24 hours before exposing to water. Coats: 2 Quick drying No undercoat required Hardwearing Step 1: Make sure the surface is clean (free from dirt, mould, grease and grout residue) and dry. Remove any flaking or defective material. Using abrasive paper, thoroughly sand to scuff the tile surface. Refer to health, safety and environmental information. Step 2: Remove paint from the brush or