ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear Glaze)

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Want to paint your roof, whether it is metal, tiled or fibro, to give that original shine? Then ROOFBOND Roofing Paint (Clear) will do just that.

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ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear Glaze)

Shieldcoat’s ROOFBOND (Clear Glaze) Roofing Paint comes in 15 litre pails and is ideal going over your existing painted roof to give it that new look again. Shieldcoat’s ROOFBOND (Clear Glaze) Roofing Paint is very easy to use and washes up with water!

Were would I use ROOFBOND (Clear Glaze) Roofing Paint?

ROOFBOND high quality all acrylic clear glaze roofing paint is designed especially for applying a clear coat over your existing factory painted painting metal (Colorbond) and cement tiled roof to give it the gloss it once had.

How good is ROOFBOND (Clear Glaze) Roofing Paint?

The advantages of ROOFBOND (Clear Glaze) Roofing Paint is that binder (resin) used in this product has been chosen to provide excellent through film build for a high gloss quality finish. This results in ROOFBOND (Clear Glaze) Roofing Paint being extremely hard wearing yet still remaining slightly flexible therefore giving great longevity. As a result Shieldcoat give a 10 year warrantee on their ROOFBOND coating system.

Some benefits of ROOFBOND’s unique formulation are:

1. Excellent exterior durability

2. Good water resistance

3. Fast hardness development

4. Excellent resistance to water whitening (blanching)

5. Enhanced wet adhesion properties.

6. High gloss finish

Do you want more details on ROOFBOND (Clear glaze) Roofing Paint? - SEE PDF’s ON RIGHT SIDE OF THIS PAGE.

ROOFBOND Roofing paint... F.A.Q.

Do I need to use a sealer before applying ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear)?

Yes, you need to apply a sealer to your roof before applying ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear).

What sealer will I need to use on my roof before applying ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear)?

It depends on the type of roof you have as to the type of sealer that you will require. If you have cement/concrete tiled roof then you will need
Shieldcoat’s SHIELDSEAL W, if you have a factory colour coated steel (Colorbond) roof you will need apply Shieldcoat’s SHIELDSEAL W Plus, for a zinc/aluminium coated steel, galvanised iron or asbestos/fibro roof you will need to apply Shieldcoat’s SHIELDSEAL T or Shieldcoat’s SHIELDSEAL W Plus, this will ensure a proper adhesion and longevity out of your roof coating ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear). To see details of the specific sealer for your job you can either click on each hyper link or select the sealer you need from the 'Sealer/Primers' sub category under the ‘Paints’ category on the left side of this page.

Will ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear) bring back the colour on a faded Colorbond roof to make it look the same as when you wet the roof?

To an extent yes. It may not be quite as obvious as when it is wet but definitely an improvement. Cost wise though, there is not much between putting a clear on and simply painting it back to the original colour with Shieldcoat’s ROOFBOND Roofing paint (All Colours). You will use one less coat with the ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear) but the guarantee is only 5 years as opposed to 10 years for the Shieldcoat’s ROOFBOND Roofing paint (All Colours).

Is there warranty with ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear)?

Yes, there is a 10 year warranty with ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear) if you have it applied by a qualified professional painter.
However for DIY the application instructions must be followed thoroughly for you to get more than ten long years out of your roof coating. To find the DIY application instructions see the question 'How do I apply ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear)?' below.

Is it safe to catch drinking water from a roof coated in ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear)?

Yes, after 7 days from applying the last coat of ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear) it is safe to collect drinking water.

If my roof, valleys and/or guttering has rust can I paint straight over it or do I need to treat it first?

You need to treat it first with Shieldcoat’s RUSTSEAL or Shieldcoat’s RUSTSHIELD W, see under the sub categories Roof Coatings or Sealers and Primers which is under the ‘Paints’ category on the left side of this page.

What kind of coverage will I get out of a 15 litre pail of ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear)?

In the top right corner of this page there is a coverage calculator in a blue box. All you need to do is type in how many coats you will need to apply, then the dimensions OR the square meters that you need to cover, then press the red tick box, the calculator it will work out the quantity that you will need to do your job.

How do I apply ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear)?

Details on applying this product can be found in two places on this website,
1. On the DIY How To Projects information pages, on that page just select the job that you are needing to do from the blue list on the left side and that will take you to the page that has the detailed step by step process of your job methods of application for ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear).
2. Or you can download the product and application PDF's in the top right corner of this page.

Can I use a roller to apply ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear)?

Yes you can use a roller to apply ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear), however it is designed to be applied by spray gun, as you get far superior finish due to being able to evenly apply each coat and get good build without getting runs. If you don't own a spray gun you can either buy one on this website see the 'Spray Equipment' category on the left of this page or you can hire them from your local hire company.

What colours does ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear) come in?

ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear) comes in clear only. If you want a coloured roof paint see Shieldcoat’s ROOFBOND Roofing paint (All Colours), see the details by clicking on the product below, in the Roof Coating category.

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