The Evercryl by Everbuild is one of the sought-after products on the market. It delivers one of the best waterproofing coats available, instantly activating as soon as it's applied to the surface. Evercryl uses fibres inside its formula, offering bridge-filling properties that repair slight tears in roofing felt and hairline cracks in gutters. All of this is achieved in just one coat, which allows quick application and gives confidence that it's sealed and waterproof. Surfaces that this roof coat can be applied onto include;
- Roofing felt
- Mastic Asphalt
- Bituminous roof coatings
- Rigid PVCu corrugated iron
- Plastic Gutters
- Metal Gutters
Before commencing the application, you must check the surface. You must remove contaminants on the surface, including impurities such as dirt, dust, grease, organic growth and debris. You can remove this from the surface using a stiff bristle brush, and organic growth can be eliminated using a dedicated cleaner. Any rust on surfaces needs to be treated as well; this is achieved using a rust-inhibitive primer. All non-bituminous, porous or friable surfaces should be primed before application to allow the Evercryl to adhere correctly. Finally, any severe damage to tiles, slates, sheets or other forms of covering must be replaced. The Everycryl can fill small cracks and damages; however, it's not capable of fixing broken tiles.
- Stir thoroughly before using, ensuring all the pigment is mixed
- Using a brush, apply one coat at a rate of 1-2 litres per square metre
- In certain cases, you may need a second coat, which should be applied 2-3 days after the initial coat.
- This product should not be applied in areas where subsequent solvent or oil contact is likely.
- Avoid inhaling any of the vapours
- Do not apply to Styrofoam or PVC foil