Category:Rough Irregular Texture

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Proceed® Rough Irregular Texture is an opaque acrylic mastic texture coating that requires minimal surface preparation to correct minor surface blemishes and drywall seams. It is formulated with an irregular, crushable aggregate to impart the look of a weathered stucco surface and creates old, chalky European surfaces with a crusty, natural texture of weathered stone or plaster. For a technical overview, please refer to: Rough Irregular Texture Application Guide

1 coat of Rough Irregular Texture

Contents

Characteristics

  • Can be tinted, troweled, sanded, thinned and sprayed or rolled. Thin and spray w/ 30% water.
  • Contains a crushable aggregate that tints the white body of the texture. This is one of a few products we’ve improved since its initial launch, we are able to produce a whiter body that allows for a greater range of tintability. There is no Titanium White pigment included thus making it possible to tint deep colors.

How do I apply Rough Irregular Texture?

Apply to a clean, dry substrate by roller or trowel. Apply at rate of 70 - 80 sq. ft. / gal. to conceal surface irregularities of the substrate or to cover holes and minor cracks. Trowel or tool to desired appearance. Subsequent coats may be applied if desired. This product will take on a smoother texture the longer it is worked. Let dry 12 - 24 hours before overcoating with other Proceed® products. Full hardness is developed in 2 - 4 weeks. May be thinned with water to adjust application consistency. Clean tools with soap and water. Store between 50º - 80ºF.

How do I tint Rough Irregular Texture?

Tint with Proceed Pigment Dispersions. Do not add more than 10% dispersion. Always test tint ratio before use. Use of more than recommended percentage could cause water sensitivity.

For more information, please review How to Tint the Proceed Products

Flame Spread Rating

Golden Artist Colors, Inc. has not performed testing to assign a rate of flame spread for Golden water-based acrylic paints and mediums. However, given their formulation, our water-based products would be expected to perform similarly to typical latex house paints in regard to their ability to support combustion.

What to Avoid

Don't allow your product to freeze.

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Unique Uses

  • Can be applied direct to sheetrock without primer and with good adhesion.
  • Can be applied to Canvas on Walls.

Coverage

100 Sq ft per gal

Coverage will vary depending on your application technique. See Coverage Calculation to determine how you can plan what you'll need on a job site.

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