SOOT WASH Replication sample pots are available in two shades.
MILD: is designed to to produce an authentic aged look to brickwork and masonry, it darkens the brickwork creating a mild, natural, older appearence.
Mild is the shade that should be chosen for most brick ageing jobs.
For more information see our Brick-Age website.
HEAVY: (for shades similar to 10 Downing Street) is much stronger and will replicate heavy, black, carbon-based pollutants prevalent in London and many Northern industrial towns and cities.
For more information, please visit the Soot Wash website.
PRODUCT INFORMATION: Sample Pots of Soot Wash Replication contains 100ml of liquid product. It is supplied as a tint solution that mimics the initial dilution of our Soot Wash Replication products, they can then be diluted to reach the required shade.
One 20ml vial of 'Fixing Agent' is supplied with each sample pot ordered. This is used to ensure that the final product will be compatible with your masonry and will not rub or wash off.
If you want to remove any test areas, then you do not need to add the Fixing Agent. This way if you are not sure about the colour then it can be removed using a small electric pressure washer or by using clean water and a proprietary brick cleaner. However, we still recommend testing on a small inconspicuous area first.
Please note: Even after cleaning there may be a slight colour residue visible on some masonry types.
Our products are shipped at a zero rate for destinations outside the European Union. However, by law, you will be liable for Duties and Tax charged at your Country's rate.
The main ingredients include, a colourfast high intensity black iron oxide pigment, a high-grade carbon black pigment, a proportion of old London soot, an effective water-based ‘Carrier Solution' and a unique 'Fixing Agent’ that, when blended, will produce a durable and natural finish that allows your masonry to breathe.
IMPORTANT:Sootwash Replication should only be used on untreated brickwork. It should not be applied to old blackened brickwork or brickwork that has previously been ‘sooted’.
Sample panels must always be carried out first to assess the effects that can be achieved with your particular brick type. Some bricks may contain soluble salts that could result in a 'milky haze'.
Soot Wash must only be applied to dry brickwork.
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