June 13, 2007

Fine aggregate architectural wall coatings

Surface offers a collection of five unique finishes which combine raw materials like silica, crystal and titanium flakes with quality acrylics to develop high performance wall coatings.

Gobi appears like suede: it is soft, lush, yet firm and smooth. Flint is a grainy translucent finish with particles that have been filtered and screened down to a medium sized grain. Spar resembles frosted parchment. Crush has the appearance of crushed ice, blended from marble particles of a uniform density. Po is a powdery, chalk-like finish that has a pure matte texture.

Surface products are composed of silica-based aggregates, powdered marble dust, and tints suspended in an acrylic polymer medium. These finishes are tolerant of common spills and stains such as dirt, shoe scuffs, pen ink, graphite or food. Soiled finishes may be cleaned with mild non-abrasive household cleansers.

Surface finishes generally require two-step process: 1) cover substrate with Surface tinted scratch coat, 2) trowel on Surface finish coat in two passes

Contact: Robin Reigi Inc., New York, New York, USA.

For more information, see Transmaterial: A Catalog of Materials That Redefine our Physical Environment

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