Cement Australia grey cement based ‘Render It™ Multisurface’ is an easy to use Polymer Modified Render which only requires the addition of clean water and thorough mixing before application. This product incorporates additives that enable this one part render system to be easily applied in thicknesses ranging from 2mm to 10mm in a single application. Render It™ Multisurface Grey is also suitable for bagging bricks and blocks.
Render It™ Multisurface Grey can be applied to masonry, styrene, fibre cement sheets and AAC blocks.
Product available in 20kg bags
One 20kg bag of Render It™ Multisurface Grey will cover approximately 2.5m2 at 5mm thickness.
Features & Benefits:
• Premixed easy to use product produced to trade standard
• Simply add clean water and mix manually or with a suitable heavy duty drill and mixing paddle
• No primer or curing compound is required
• Suitable for both internal and external use
• Excellent bond strength and adhesion to masonry, styrene, fibre cement sheets and AAC block surfaces
• Render It™ Multisurface Grey can be coloured with black, brown or red oxides
Directions for Use:
1. Prepare the surface by removing any loose material such as paint, laitance or plaster on the substrate that may prevent good adhesion with a brush
2. Add 4 litres of clean water to a bucket or wheelbarrow and slowly pour one bag of Render It™ Multisurface Grey into the water
3. Mix thoroughly, ensuring that the Render It™ Multisurface Grey is mixed to a consistent, lump-free and creamy mixture. Let it stand for five minutes so that the polymer chemicals can be properly activated by the water before applying to the substrate
4. If you wish to colour your render add the required amount of one of Cement Australia’s oxides and mix thoroughly
• Note: If multiple batches of render are to be mixed, it is imperative
to ensure that all ingredients, especially oxide and water, are
measured accurately to prevent shade or colour variations
5. Apply the render with a steel trowel in an upward motion from the left and right (or the opposite direction if left handed) on the substrate to be rednered applying a consistent and even thickness
6. Allow the render to become firm and finish off with a wood trowel or a polystyrene float to smooth the surface or finish the surface to a desired texture
7. The surface can be painted after curing. Cure for 28 days before using oil based paints and depending on ambient temperatures 3 to 7 days for water based paints