Coverage for Rough Sand Texture

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'''18 sq. ft/gallon when applied as a thin, monolayer.'''
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80 sq. ft. / gallon at 10 mils dry film. Actual spread rate is highly dependent upon finish design and application technique and may vary from 50-150 sq. ft gallon.  
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Coverage will vary depending on your application technique.
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Preparation of a control sample is strongly recommended for accurate estimation of coverage.
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See [[Coverage Calculation]] to determine how you can plan what you'll need on a job site.
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== Combining Rough and Extra Rough Glass Bead Texture ==
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*It is possible to mix Rough and Extra Rough Glass Bead Texture, but it will not increase the coverage rate.
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*Minimum film thickness dictates the coverage rate.
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[[File:IMG 0001.jpg|400px|left|thumb|Rough and Extra Rough Glass Bead Texture, Combined - 19.7 sq. ft/gallon]]
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[[File:IMG 0004.jpg|400px|left|thumb|Extra Rough Glass Bead Texture]]
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[[Category: Rough Sand Texture]]
[[Category: Rough Sand Texture]]

Revision as of 12:28, 10 March 2015

80 sq. ft. / gallon at 10 mils dry film. Actual spread rate is highly dependent upon finish design and application technique and may vary from 50-150 sq. ft gallon.

Preparation of a control sample is strongly recommended for accurate estimation of coverage.

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