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GRP Roof Restoration Coating

£90.72£119.99 (inc. VAT)

Make your grp roof look brand new again
Revive and protect in just one coat

roof repair kit tick Only ONE coat needed
roof repair kit tick Beautiful finish
roof repair kit tick Easy to apply with lasting result
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No primer required

Excellent service from a 1st class outfit.Can’t fault these Guys or their product ( GRP restoration coating). My 25 Year old fibreglass roof looks brand new again. !

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This incredible coating means you CAN revive and protect your fibreglass roof yourself.

So easy to apply, restoring and waterproofing your leaking grp roof couldn’t be easier with our GRP Roof Restoration Coating.

Just clean and apply, it’s that simple.

Comes in 6kg tins, in pale grey. Coverage is 1m2 per kg.

You can expect a skin to form within 3 to 4 hours of applying but that is temperature dependent and may take longer on colder days.

  • Minimal preparation
  • One single coat without primer
  • Easy to apply
  • 10 – 15 years life expectancy
  • Tough finish
  • Tolerant of high humidity, unlike GRP resin
  • Tolerant of a range of temperatures during application
  • Easy to re-coat in the future

Need to make repairs first? No problem just have a look at our GRP Restoration Coat kits which come with all the tools and additional products you’ll need to make repairs before coating.

Simply clean your fibreglass roof, make sure there are no protruding glass fibres and coat it with a generous layer of our GRP Roof Restoration Coat.

If you have any cracks, blemishes or visible pinholes just use the PU sealant to repair and fill them first. You don’t even have to wait for the sealant to dry before you can apply the coating.

If you need to reinforce the area, simply embed a layer of Glassmat between two coats of GRP Restoration coat at that point.For a nice clean finish we recommend you tape around the edges, apply the coating then remove the tape as soon as the coating starts to get tacky.

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