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What is the grey paint ised on firewalls to prevent damp
3 Answers from MyBuilder Roofers
I think you might mean this epoxy based paint
Answered 14th Jul 2011
Carnforth • Member since 29 Jun 2009 • 21 jobs, 95% positive feedback
The grey paint is Epoxy Resin the same as we use on factory floors.
Answered 16th Jul 2011
Yes its an Epoxy Resin that will only act as a short term solution to any roofing problems and when used on your firewalls in can be very unsightly..there are many products that you can buy from most building and roofing supplies.
Answered 25th Aug 2011
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