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Porters Stone Paint is perfect for those walls that aren’t in perfect condition or if you are wanting to add some soft earthy texture to your exterior or interior walls. Porters Stone Paint does not streak or age like a lime wash, while still creating a soft appearance that comes with matt paints. Porters Stone Paint is available in a Fine finish and a Coarse finish.
Porters Stone Paint Fine contains particles of marble dust to help create an ultra flat finish, making it ideal for hiding surface imperfections. Porter Stone Paint Coarse is a little different as it’s made up of particles of graded quartz and has a coarse texture similar to cement bagging, also making it ideal for hiding surface imperfections. Both the Stone Paint Fine and Coarse contain UV stable tinters for exceptional colour fade resistance and also have a durable finish to help protect against knocks and scratches. They are also both dirt resistant and low in odour.
Both the Porters Stone Paints can be tinted to most of the Porters colour range, making them adaptable for almost any style of exterior or interior. Porters Stone Paint is also easy to use and is self-priming on most surfaces making it the go to option when trying to create a bagged render look yourself or trying to cover over any surface flaws.
Tips: Surfactant Leaching – which appear as soapy, sticky or oil spots on the surface and vary from translucent white through to brown can sometimes occur on any paint surface. This can sometimes appear on paint when environmental moisture such as rain, dew or high humidity on exteriors and steam on condensation on interiors causes the water-soluble components of newly applied paint to be extracted and deposited on the surface. Surfactant leaching does not affect paint performance or durability and is more apparent visually with deep and dark colours. The solution to this problem is to rinse the surface with water to wash stains off. In most exterior cases the surfactant leaching will weather off in about a month without the need for intervention. On interiors: allow the paint to fully cure and harden (allow 7 days) then wash surfactant stains off with mild soap and a soft cloth. Surfactant Leaching can be prevented by avoiding to paint in the later part of the day if humid, cool or damp conditions are expected in the evening or overnight. Also allow interior paints to fully cure before subjecting paintwork to steam and condensation to try to prevent surfactant leaching.
Check out these ideas in how you can add some softness to your space with Porters Stone Paint……..