Rust-Oleum Mathys Durbocem
Rust-Oleum Mathys Durbocem is a problem solving coating for damp walls developed by Rust-Oleum. The paint is specially formulated to adhere and build a strong bond with the damp surface it is applied to, because it contains cement the moisture on the substrate actually helps the paint cure and become stronger coating.
- Can be applied on chalking substrates
- Extremely suitable to be applied on damp substrates
- Can be recoated with Paracem (when the substrate is dry)
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Rust-Oleum Mathys Durbocem is a problem solving coating for damp walls. The paint is specially formulated to adhere and build a strong bond with the damp surface it is applied to, because it contains cement the moisture on the substrate actually helps the paint cure and become stronger coating.
Rust-Oleum Mathys Durbocem is a solvent-based paint based on plasticized acrylic resins for inside and outside use, by choosing a product like Durbocem you eliminate the usual issues encountered with normal paints in a damp environment. Rust-Oleum Mathys Durbocem allows the surface to breathe so water pressure does not build up behind the coating which in turn prevents any flaking paint or diversion of damp to other areas.
- Builds a strong bond with the damp substrate.
- Can be applied on chalking substrates.
- Builds a strong bond with cement-based substrates.
- Contains cement, and therefore this product is extremely suitable to be applied on damp substrates.
- Can be recoated with Paracem (when the substrate is dry).
- Painting of damp walls and cellars inside or out.
- Density: 1,24 - 1,28
- Gloss Level: Matt
- Gloss level at 60º: Matt: 2%
- Solids content in volume: 28 - 40 %
- Solids Content in weight: 61 - 63 %
Drying Times At 20°C/RH 50%
- Touch dry: 2 hours
- Dry to handle: 2 hours
- Dry to recoat: 24 hours
- Fully cured: 24 hours
1,5 - 3 m²/l (total consumption, 2 coats)
Practical coverage depends on many factors such as porosity and roughness of the substrate and material losses during application.
- Interior / Exterior Use
- Interior and Exterior
- Application Method
- Brush, Roller
- Standard / Ready Mixed
- Single, Two or Three Pack
- Pack Size
- 5L, 10L
- Brush, Roller
- Dry to Handle (at 20°C)
- 2 Hours
- Dry to Recoat (at 20°C)
- 24 Hours
- Fully Cured (at 20°C)
- 24 Hours
- 1.5-3m² per litre
- Min. Application Temperature
- 1,24 - 1,28
- Solids by Volume
- 28 - 40 %
- 500 g/l
- Shelf Life (from date of manufacture)
- 2 years from date of production in unopened cans, if stored in dry, well ventilated areas, not in direct sunlight at temperatures between 5° and 35°C.
- Touch Dry
- 2 Hours
- Recommended Dry Film Thickness
- 200 µm
- Recommended Wet Film Thickness
- 500 µm
- UN Number
- Not regulated
- UN Number
|JOHN KEY on 2019-04-13 05:48:23|| |
HI THERE I BOUGHT A TIN OF MATHYS DURBOCEM WHITE MATT FROM YOU A FEW MONTHS AGO AND USED IT TO TREAT A WALL IN MY CONSERVATORY AND IT WORKED WONDERFULLY I NOW WANT TO USE IT ON A DAMP WALL IN A BEDROOM AFTER PAINTING WILL I BE ABLE TO WALLPAPER THAT WALL MANY THANKS FOR ANY ADVICE REGARDS JOHN
Rust-Oleum Mathys Durbocem wouldn't be suitable for this application, we would instead recommend Coo-Var Anti-Damp Paint.
|Marion Brownlie on 2019-04-08 19:40:53|| |
I am property convenor for a Church and the window ingoes are plastered on the sandstone. Would this paint be suitable to stop moulding peeling of paint?
For the interior decoration of walls and ceilings in traditional and historic buildings, including churches, we would recommend Zinsser Grade 1 which acts as a primer, sealer and finish coat in 1.
|David on 2018-11-11 15:21:10|| |
I have old exterior walls from 1915, a mixture of clay tile block, masonry, plaster and cement. It also breathes damp, I think the clay tile block retains moisture more than typical exterior wall structures? What would stick the best as all other paints seem to peel off after time due to the moisture.
Rust-Oleum Mathys Durbocem is ideally suited to be applied to damp walls, however we would advise defining exactly why the walls are so wet. That way we can be sure to provide the most appropriate solution.
|Mary Hill on 2017-12-13 00:11:58|| |
Question: My kitchen is in the basement of a 19th century cottage. One wall is built with clunch , a very porous stone, the outside of this wall is under soil. There is a continuous patch of damp and mould where the moisture seeps through the stone. I use an anti mould spray and paint it with breathable clay paint but the stain always re-appears . Will this product help the problem and can I use clay paint over it.
A water stain will keep reappearing through a clay paint. The surface needs to be sealed to prevent the moisture coming through, a clay paint is not going do this.
Zinsser Watertite would be our suggestion from our range, you would need to remove the existing paint coatings and any plaster back to the bare clunch stone. Treat mould etc, then apply the 2 coats of Zinsser Watertite.
This can be mixed to a pastel colour to avoid applying a top coat or you can paint over the Watertite using a clay paint provided it has had 14 days to fully cure. You will lose the anti mould properties if you decide to paint over the Watertite however.
|Anna on 2017-10-19 12:33:10|| |
Question: Hello, I have a rising damp issue on one of my walls which has a layer of paint and plaster. Is this product suitable and can I paint the wall after with interior paint? I was originally looking at the watertite product but seem to only be able to use it on brick walls?
Coo-Var Anti-Damp Paint should be better suited to your project.
|Paul Biddick on 2017-03-31 22:41:41|| |
Question: Hi, I'm looking for a product for an exterior retaining wall. I have bleached and pressure washed it and in some areas the paint has come off revealing patches of masonry. Is this a suitable product and should I put a primer/undercoat on the bare areas first?
Rust-Oleum Mathys Durbocem should be ideal for this sort of application and does not require any primers or similar applying before application.