Everbuild 907 Solar Reflective Aluminium Paint
We no longer stock this product, but can recommend Eagle Aluminium Paint as a great alternative.
Everbuild 907 Solar Reflective Aluminium Paint is a light and heat reflective paint to protect and prolong the life of roofs and roof repairs. It is a thin bituminous-based aluminium protective paint of brushing consistency which dries to a silvery finish.
Everbuild 907 Solar Reflective Aluminium Paint can be used to protect primed metal and bituminious coatings against damage from harmful UV rays.
- Fast drying times
- Prolongs life of roof repairs
- Resists UV light
- Reflects heat
- Use on bitumen and primed metal
Please note: This product is ready to use and should not be thinned.
- Brush, Roller
- 6m² per litre
- Touch Dry
- 2 hours
|Joe sutton on 2019-07-19 16:16:58|| |
Can a bituminous felt layer using asphalt adhesion or torch on be applied over black jack reflective paint?
No, we would advise Everbuild 907 Solar Reflective Aluminium Paint be completely removed before application of a felt layer.
|Lynn on 2018-07-25 21:53:57|| |
Can this be applied to roofing felt?
Yes, over bituminous surfaces, apply the thinnest first coat necessary to obliterate the black colour of the bitumen. The second coat should also be thin. Avoid ponding. When brushing, use soft bristle brushes applying the lightest pressure.
|ALAN on 2018-03-02 19:35:29|| |
can I apply Everbuild Solar Reflective Paint onto new marine ply (bare wood ) to achieve a weather proof coat
|albert Perrott on 2017-06-24 12:01:36|| |
Question: Hi Just completed my application of 907 Solar Reflective Alum Paint, excellent! Do I need a second application (got plenty over). Thanks Albert
Apply two coats by brush or mohair roller, the second coat being applied as soon as the first coat is dry (1-2 hours).
Over bituminous surfaces, apply the thinnest first coat necessary to obliterate the black colour of the bitumen. The second coat should also be thin. Avoid ponding. When brushing, use soft bristle brushes applying the lightest pressure.