Blackfriar Brick & Roof Tile Paint
Blackfriar Brick & Tile Paint is one of the UK’s best loved roof tile paints.
- Tough and durable
- Restores old and weathered pitched roof tiles
- Tile Red colour
- Can be used on internal/external brick and masonry
- Ideal for brickwork, roofing tiles, outhouses, sheds, and workshops
- Get that classic roof tile look!
Blackfriar Brick & Tile Paint is one of the UK’s best loved roof tile paints, providing a tough, self-cleaning and weather-resistant finish that will restore old and weathered pitched roof tiles to their former glory. Of course, the most common and popular roof tile colour is red, and Blackfriar’s Tile Red (a perfect colour name!) is available in a matt finish which can also be used on brick and masonry, both externally and internally.
- Roofing tiles
- Online product promotion
Internally exposed brick walls are a common feature in cafes and restaurants across the UK, and reinvigorating them with this paint before launch (or re-launch) day will have the critics praising the décor and attention to rustic charm aesthetics.
For outhouses, sheds, and workshops, using this brick paint from Blackfriar can turn a tired looked wall into a striking backdrop for product placement photography for social media channels – Pinterest and Instagram for example. Take your home-business to the next level with a striking, rootsy and filter-free ‘blank canvas’ brick wall for online product promotion.
Solvent-Based Brick and Tile Paint
Blackfriar’s Brick and Tile Paint is solvent-based, allowing users to add/restore colour to faded brickwork and tiles.
Prior to application, ensure all surface areas to be coated are clean, dry, sound and free from contamination. Treat any mould growth and allow to dry completely before applying Blackfriar Brick and Tile Paint.
Stir the product thoroughly prior to use. This brick and tile paint may be applied by brush, roller or spray – and for best results, Blackfriar recommend applying by brush, then working the paint into the tile or brick profile. Application of two coats of red tile and brick paint will provide the best protection for tiled roof and brick walls.
Maximum 5% white spirit.
This product is not suitable for use on quarry tiles. Blackfriar also recommend using their specialist anti-slip step paint, rather than its brick and tile paint for steps. Do not use under cold (less than 5°C), damp or humid conditions. Spreading rate of the first coat may be reduced on porous surfaces.
Up to 14m² per litre per coat.
Each coating will be touch dry in 2 - 4 hours and re-coatable after 16 hours and within 3 days. Drying times are based on an ambient temperature of 20°C and 50% relative humidity. Lower temperatures or higher humidity will prolong the drying and overcoating times.
Remove as much product as possible from application equipment before washing with white spirit. Do not empty into drains or water courses. Some local authorities have special facilities for the disposal of waste coatings.
Store in a dry, safe place. Do not store in environments where extreme temperatures may occur. Keep within 5-30°C. Do not store in direct sunlight.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|Sue on 07/07/2018|
How do I remove this from clothing as I leant against something I was painting and cannot remove the tile paint thanks
The below advice is followed at your own risk, we can’t guarantee the paint can be removed.
If the paint hasn’t fully dried then white spirit will soften it however it can spread the paint stain so just apply sparingly and dab it with a cloth, don’t soak the garment. Do a small test area with white spirit on the garment first to make sure there is no effect on the fabric. Once you have removed the paint then dry cleaning may be advisable.
If the paint is already dry then ask a dry cleaner for advice. There are no readily available solvents that could be used.
|John on 31/01/2018|
I spilled paint on my black slate roof a roofer painted over the paint now after years paint is showing again can u advise
You could try to remove the unwanted paint with something like Thermoguard Thermostrip PRO or simply recoat the area with more roof paint in the colour of your choice if this provides an easier and satisfactory appearance for you.
|Romek terpilowski on 23/07/2016|
Question: How do you remove Acrylic Roof Paint from,
Brick, UPVC, Plastic and glass?
You can use our 1401 Graffiti Remover but it is important to test on the surface first to establish the correct dwell time to ensure the substrate is not affected.
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