A tried and tested quality Rust-Oleum coating for waterproofing any exterior walls. An elastic, crack bridging and waterproofing wall coating with a microporous structure ensuring the substrate is constantly able to breathe. Ready for use and simple to apply on any wall. In other words: exterior wall protection with waterproof guarantees.Read Full Description
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Rust-Oleum Mathys Murfill Waterproofing Coating is an elastic, crack bridging and waterproofing exterior wall coating with a microporous structure that ensures the substrate is constantly able to breathe. Ready for use on a range of surfaces, it is simple to apply on any exterior wall, this water based coating provides the highest protection and offers guaranteed waterproofing.
Features & Benefits
Rust-Oleum Mathys Murfill Waterproofing Coating can be applied directly on old (sound) paintwork after thorough brushing down. Chalking paints or new/unpainted substrates must be treated first with Rust-Oleum Mathys Primer 44 HS or with Mathys Pegafix, when the old paint coat (acrylic paint or Murfill Waterproofing Coating) is affected by the solvents of Rust-Oleum Mathys Primer 44 HS. On smooth non-porous substrates apply a coat of Rust-Oleum Mathys Pegalink Universal Adhesion Primer or a coat of Rust-Oleum Mathys Noxyde (except for white) diluted with 25% water.
Murfill, the Ultimate Reference in Waterproof Wall Paints for Over 30 years.
The Murfill waterproofing system has been the reference for coating and waterproofing façades for many years. Mathys introduced Murfill Waterproofing Coating in the early seventies. An elastic, durable and waterproof coating.
What Makes Murfill Waterproofing Coating Unique?
In test laboratories...
Diverse test reports by recognised laboratories confirm the exceptional product characteristics of Murfill.
..and in practice
Practice remains the best test. Murfill Waterproofing Coating has been used all over the world since 1975. And Murfill proves the same effectiveness in all climates and weather conditions. Hot or cold, dry or damp, rural, industrial or urban environment: it makes no difference.
Mathys No.1 for Protective Coatings
A facade is the outer face of a building which is subjected to to many internal and external conditions like sun, wind and moisture. The possible causes of degradation are often hard to determine but can include: rising damp, moss, mould, algae and rusting structural reinforcements.
Durable protection and regular maintenance of your facades are of vital importance in preventing problems. Mathys therefore offers an extensive range of paints and coatings that will beautify and protect facades for years to come.
For more than four decades Mathys has been developing effective contemporary solutions for protecting, renovating and decorating facades. Mathys distinguishes itself through its expertise and unparalleled quality and has evolved worldwide into the first port of call for facade protection and decoration.
*Please contact our Technical Department for full details.
Can I use Murfil waterproof paint on interior shower walls?
Graham Patient from Shrewsbury (UK) - 12/08/17
I want to use Murfill on concrete as the previous paint has peeled off, what primer should I use, the site is exposed and near the coast. Thank's
Richard Ward from Cork (Ireland) - 11/06/17
I can't find the details of how long I need to allow for the paint to dry before it is waterproof and safe to be rained on. Just trying to plan around the weather! Data sheet only mentions handling time and recoat time, but no mention of waterproof time. If you'd be able to let me know, that would be great.
Matt Stocker from Coventry (UK) - 17/09/16
When the full specified system has been applied (usually 1 x primer and 2 x Murfill Waterproofing Coating) and the final paint layer has dried sufficiently as per the Product Data Sheet (usually 24 hours at 20°C) then the system will be providing waterproof protection of the building.
In good drying conditions (20°C/50% R.H.) then Murfill Waterproofing Coating should be 'rain proof' after 6 hours. Please note that fluctuations in weather/conditions/temperatures/etc. will affect these estimates greatly.
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|Next day before 09:00am||£30.00||£30.00|
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Please note: Any time or date named by Rawlins Paints Limited for delivery is given and intended as an estimate only and Rawlins Paints Limited shall not be liable to make good any damage or loss whether arising directly or indirectly out of a delay in delivery. Deliveries are made using a reliable nationwide carrier. Although over 99% of consignments arrive on time, we recommend that no labour is employed to undertake work until materials have arrived on site.