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Spraytex Luxury Ceiling Spray

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Spraytex Ceiling Spray is manufactured from high quality specially graded minerals and fibres, pigments and adhesives.  It contains a double phase active biocide to give long term protection against mould.  This spray contains a high quality of adhesive ensuring outstanding adhesion and binding properties to all surfaces.  Spraytex Ceiling spray does not contain asbestos, or any other toxic materials.

Specifications:

Quantity 10kg - 4 ply bags
Grades Medium and coarse - specify type required
Colour White
Drying Times Allow approximately 8 hours dry time Minimum filming temperature is 7°C
Stabiliser Cellulosic

 

Water quantity per 10kg bag - approximately 30 litres of clean cold water

Mixing:

Add 25 litres of water to contaimer.  Add Spraytex Ceiling Spray slowly while mixing, then add remaining 5 litres of water slowly adjusting mix to required spraying viscosity.  Allow to stand for 10 minutes before use.  Mix again and use.

Coverage:

Approximately 25m² per 10kg bag.

Spraying equipment required - Hopper gun applied for best results.  Can also be applied through a pressure pot or pump system.

Surfaces:

Gib-board, fibrous plastered ceilings and concrete ceilings.

Warning:

Pine and hardboard ceilings are not recommended to be sprayed, but if customer insists contact Special Finishes Ltd. for specifications.

Application Specifications

  1. Preparation - Completely prepare total job by hanging clean plastic wall sheets throughout all rooms to be sprayed.  Some new clean cloth sheets to be kept separate and used only for covering T.V, stereo beds, and any expensive furniture, etc., before wall sheets go up.  All cloth ground sheets to be laid out over floor area.  Mark out all rooms on scotias leaving 4-6mm gap between ceiling and masking tape to allow for texture.  This leaves a clean edge when removing tape.
  2. Sealcoat - After all masking and covering is complete, apply one coat of Spraytex Alkyd Adhesive Sealer (oil based) to all ceilings.  New Gib-board, fibrous plastered ceilings and all existing ceilings must be sealed to ensure adhesion and prevent any bleed through of stains or uneven drying of texture.
  3. Damaged Surfaces - Remove any loose flaky paint, etc.  Replace loose galvanised nails and nail loose sheets.  Fill all cracks and holes using resin mortar.  Any joints or long cracks should be cleaned and the gap widened.  Then apply one coat of undiluted concentrated sealer, then trowel on a coat of resin mortar.  Trowel in 48mm fibreglass tape into joints while resin mortar is wet.  Allow to dry, then apply Spraytex Sealer over joints and total ceiling area.
  4. Spraying - After sealing and all preparation, apply Spraytex Ceiling Spray to a thickness of texture required.
  5. Glitter - Immediately apply glitter to each room before ceiling teture has dried to ensure proper adhesion of glitter, (silver or gold can be used or a mix of both).  It is  recommended to use more silver than gold when blending together for best results.
  6. Completion - Remove all masking paper carefully leaving straight edge, for best results remove paper as each room is completed and place into old used texture bags, then fold up floor sheets and vacuum all floors if needed.

 

Warranty / Liability

Special Finishes (NZ) Ltd provides all the enclosed information in good faith but without warrantee and is to assist your application. However the use of this product being used is beyond their control. The manufacturers can accept no responsibility whatsoever for any damage or failure arising from its application or use. It is totally the responsibility of the user to insure that the product is suitable for its intended use.