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Refurbish old concrete surfaces

Texture Top® offers a decorative solution to save money and time by refurbishing old concrete surfaces.

Ageing, worn or surface damaged concrete no longer has to be demolished and recast at a cost to the customer and the environment. Instead, Texture Top®, a CHRYSO Southern Africa product, can be used to enhance existing surfaces through renovation and repair.

Texture Top® is a polymer-modified cementitious coating which could be applied either with a spray gun or trowel to obtain a specified finish. The spray technique allows coverage of large surfaces in a short time.

At an application thickness of merely 2 mm, this thin anti-slip coating offers excellent mechanical resistance. The product is available in a standard range of colours, and could be custom pigmented to complement various finishes.

Texture Top® can be applied to achieve any textured or smooth finish. This is a simple and durable solution to renovate and add aesthetic value to surfaces around swimming pools, paths, terraces, driveways, patios, floors and stairs, as well as interior and exterior walls.

CHRYSO Southern Africa’s technical and sales teams provide leading edge expertise in support of Texture Top® which makes it easy to achieve customised modern and trendy decorative finishes in a cost-effective and environmentally responsible way.

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