Cementone has launched its new Renderer’s Stabilising Primer, designed for high quality and ease of use.

Cementone launches Renderer’s Stabilising Primer

Published:  21 March, 2013

Cementone has announced the launch of its new Renderer’s Stabilising Primer. Developed specifically for rendering professionals, it makes achieving a quality finish faster and easier.

The highly water-resistant formula primes and stabilises most external surfaces to give an excellent key that dries evenly to offer a high level of adhesion. Because it removes the need for an initial scratch coat it allows the finish to be applied as quickly as possible.

Andrew Hamman, Cementone category manager, said: “Our new Renderer’s Stabilising Primer helps make achieving a high standard of finish faster and easier. It requires no mixing and is coloured for controlled application.

“Backed by the strength of the Cementone brand name, we’re sure this combination of quality and ease of use will make it a very popular addition to our range.”

Cementone Renderer’s Stabilising Primer is the latest addition to a wide selection of high-quality repair, maintenance and protection products which also includes Cementone Plasterer’s Stabilising Primer. Designed for commercial, industrial and domestic projects, each product has been developed to help tradesmen complete specific jobs to the highest standards as efficiently as possible.

A video demonstration of the product is available from the following link: http://vids.bostik.co.uk.

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