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Johnstone's Trade Stormshield Pliolite Masonry Finish Brilliant White

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Size: 5 L

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  • Product Type Product Type Oil Based
  • Recoat Time Recoat Time 16-24 Hours
  • Application Method Application Method Brush, Roller
  • Coverage Coverage 6-10sqm per litre

Johnstone's Trade Stormshield Pliolite Based Masonry Finish is a solvent-based exterior paint that can be applied to cement rendering, rough cast, brick and concrete. It can be applied in temperatures of -5°c and is shower-resistant in only 20 minutes, allowing application at any time of the year.

It provides a premium quality, smooth matt finish with excellent adhesion to previously painted and porous surfaces. If applied correctly, it offers a life expectancy of up to 15 years. With coverage of approximately 6-10 square metres per litre, it is also touch dry in 2 hours and recoatable in 16-24 hours.

Applying Johnstone's Trade Stormshield Pliolite Based Masonry Finish

For best results, apply using a brush or roller to a clean, dry surface. If painting a porous surface, prepare first by applying Stormshield Stabilising Solution.

Johnstone's Trade Stormshield Pliolite Based Masonry Finish

  • A long-lasting product with a life expectancy of 15 years
  • Resistant to rain after just 20 minutes
  • Can be applied in temperatures as low as -5
  • C&C disabled No
  • Weight 1.000000
  • Colour-match No
  • Application Brush, Roller
  • Product Application Brush & Roller
  • Coverage 6-10sqm per litre
  • Recoatable 16-24 Hours
  • Number of Coats 2
  • QTY in Pack 1 Pack
  • Surface Exterior Walls
  • Water or Oil Based Oil Based
Customer Questions
Does Johnstone's Trade Stormshield Pliolite require/do you recommend a clear sealant on new render, two months old? If so, do you stock a suitable sealant. Same question for the cheaper Stormshield masonary/render paint Thanks,

Johnstone's Trade Stormshield Pliolite is self-stabilising so no primer is required unless the surface is chalky in which case we would recommend Stormshield Masonry Stabiliser.

Can Johnstone's Trade Stormshield Pliolite Masonry Finish be sprayed onto walls? If so does it need thinning and what type of spray equipment would be suitable?
Johnstone's Trade Stormshield Pliolite Masonry Finish should only be applied using a brush or roller, spraying is not recommended.
can you have 10lt can
No, The Johnstone's Trade Stormshield Pliolite Masonry Finish is not available in 10Lt tins.
Can you use it on internal walls
Yes, The Johnstone's Trade Stormshield Pliolite Masonry Finish can be applied on internal walls.
When should you use pliolite masonary paint and what are the benefit ove smooth masonary paint
You can use Pliolite Masonry anytime really, it's up to you. The difference between them both is the water based has a quicker drying time but is only shower resistant after 20mins whereas the Pliolite is Rain resistant after 20 mins. The Pliolite also has some self cleaning properties built into the paint as well as self stabilising whereas the smooth masonry does not.
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