SHIELDSEAL T Solvent based sealer for asbestos or metal roof

Paints :: Roof Coatings

Want to make sure that your roof paint adheres properly to your asbestos, fibro, metal or chalky painted roof? You need the penetrating SHIELDSEAL T.





15 Litre Pail
SHIELDSEAL T Solvent based sealer for asbestos or metal roof

Shieldcoat's SHIELDSEAL T comes in 15 litre pails and is a clear solvent based acrylic sealer for fibro and zinc coated or chalky or faded factory painted steel (Colorbond) roofs. SHIELDSEAL T washes up in turps or thinners.

Were would I use SHIELDSEAL T?

Shieldcoat's SHIELDSEAL T is for the more experienced, however giving you the most thorough preparation for your fibro and metal roofs, especially where you are concerned about the soundness of the painted surface. SHIELDSEAL T penetrates surfaces such as asbestos, fibro and zinc coated iron and factory painted steel (Colorbond) and even chalky or faded factory painted steel (Colorbond) roofing, providing the right surface for your finished coat that you choose such as ROOFBOND Roof Paint or THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating .

How good is SHIELDSEAL T?

Shieldcoat’s SHIELDSEAL T is solvent based therefore it has very good penetrating properties and is very suitable for chalky or faded painted surfaces. The resin chosen for SHIELDSEAL T is the industry bench mark for adhesion. The resin used in SHIELDSEAL T has been chosen for its durability and performance that has been proven over many testing climatic conditions through out the world. Even though the resin comes at a premium cost, Shieldcoat will always use this resin because of its quality and consistency.

Do you want more details on Shieldcoat’s SHIELDSEAL T? - SEE PDF’s ON TOP RIGHT SIDE OF THIS PAGE.

SHIELDSEAL T Solvent... F.A.Q.

If my roof, valley’s or gutters 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, 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 SHIELDSEAL T?

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 SHIELDSEAL T?

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 SHIELDSEAL T.
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 SHIELDSEAL T?

Yes you can use a roller to apply SHIELDSEAL T, however it is designed to be applied by spray gun, as you get far superior finish due to being able to evenly apply the coating. 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.


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