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Liquid paint which combines a potassium silicate binder with inorganic fillers and natural earth oxide color pigments with the aim of to producing a paint which penetrates into the substrate forming a chemical bond with it to become an integral part of the surface

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      19.08.2000 17:56
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      If you live in a house with a painted masonry facade you will possibly be a bit fed up with the inordinate amount of work scraping, stabilising, and two coating with Dulux Weathershield or similar. This is especially true when the whole needs re-doing 4-5 years later. If done by a painting contractor and you add in scaffolding then the costs can quickly spiral. A good choice if you are looking for a good long life finish is to use Keim Mineral Paint. This isn't the sort of rubbish that the plastic / spray coat / pebble finish companies try to flog with leaflets through the door and cheap ads in free papers (offering a discount if they can use your house as a demonstration property in your area). This is a very high quality paint and primer system applied by you or your painter. This product isn't usually available in B&Q type shops, requiring a bit of persistance but is well worth obtaining. It has a life expectancy of 25 years (Brighton Pavilion was painted with it about 8 years ago and still looks in great condition in spite of its harsh coastal conditions) More information can be found on their website http//:www.keimpaints.co.uk

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