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Change the Colour Of Your Block Paving With Adseal

Adseal Low-slip Additive and Colour Charge the Professionals choice for your Imprinted Concrete. Available from Greengates Builders Merchants Accrington, Lancashire

Adseal Low-slip Additive

Be prepared and avoid that accident - particularly on newly sealed Imprinted concrete which can be very slippery indeed. 

Both you and your Clients can fulfil their 'Duty of Care' to visitors and employees alike by ensuring there is good underfoot grip. 

Adseal Low Slip  is a hard wearing additive containing a wide range of particulate size to provide improved underfoot grip. 
  
One tub is sufficient for up to 75m2 of paving. 


  
Colour Charge  

 

When resealing Imprinted concrete why not blend in those faded or chipped areas by adding Colour Charge

 

There is a whole range of Tints & Pigments which can be used for a wide variety of scenarios and can provide anything from a delicate tint to a complete obliterating coating. 

Often all that is needed is a tint so chose the darkest colour used on the paving when installed [the joints]. If, however, you need to obliterate, then chose the main colour of the paving or another, darker, colour. 
Colour Charge is available in Brick Red and Charcoal Grey.

 

Note: a tub of Colour Charge contains sufficient product to treat a full 25 litre pail of our resin sealer and can be added to give the depth of colour you require.

If you want a tint add only a small amount to the resin sealer and stir thoroughly, then test a discreet area and check colour when dry. If more colour is required then simply repeat process. 


If you are looking to completely obscure then add the full container.

 

 

give us a ring to find out more about these two fantastic products! And all the other products in the Adseal range you owe it to your block paving

 

Greengates Builders Merchants delivering to the whole of Lancashire including: Accrington, Blackburn, Burnley, Clitheroe, Darwen, Great Harwood, Haslingden, Padiham and Pendle.