The Total Wall Care Professional Brick Tinting Kit enables the user to create their own coustom colours and shades of brick dye that once applied, will provide a permanent colour change that will not affect the texture or natural properties of the substrate. Unlike traditional products such as paint that coat and seal the surface, our brick tint soaks into the brick forming a highly vapour permeable bond that allows the brick to continue to breath. Unlike paint, our colour matching tint will not flake, peel or cause issues with damp.
The process of staining bricks using a pigmented “water glass” solution has been used for decades if not centuries. This process has been refined and improved over the years to provide even greater longevity and improved performance.
- 4 x 1L Base Tinting Fixative (Can be diluted to a maximum ration of 2 parts water to 1 part fixative)
- 14 x 75ml Pigments in the following colours:
- Hamstone Yellow
- Old London Yellow
- Old London Stock
- Burnt Orange
- Burnt Sienna
- Traditional Brick Red
- Rustic Brick Red
- Old London Red
- Classic Plum
- Coffee Brown
- Rich Brown
- Carbon Black
- Olive Green
- Paint Brush
- Instruction Leaflet
The Total Wall Care Professional Brick Tint Kit is like a business in a box. A huge number of different types of brick are simply no longer available which makes matching bricks for repairs, alterations and extensions extremely difficult. There are a large number of properties around the country with unsightly repairs and extensions where the bricks simply do not match. A brick staining service is the answer!
- Mix and match your own colours
- Forms permanent bond with brick
- Does not coat the brick like paint and will not flake
- Allows brick to breathe
- Business in a box
- Colours can be layered and applied with different tools and techniques to replicate originals e.g. painting, sponging, stippling, spraying, flicking
Colour Matching Tint can be used on any porous building material such a brick, natural stone, mortar joints and concrete. It is unsuitable for “closed” materials such as engineering bricks and marble or any waterproof surfaces or surfaces that have previously been treated with waterproofing.
To determine whether the substrate is suitable for colour staining simply splash a small amount of water onto the surface. If the water beads up and runs off, the material cannot be stained. If it remains wet it can.
Single colour, ready to use Colour Matching Tints are also available.