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Sherwin-Williams Adds Texture to Line

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

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The Sherwin-Williams Company has introduced TuffWall Premium Texture Finish, a 100 percent acrylic interior coating for restaurants, offices, retail and other commercial spaces.

Tuffwall clings to the wall until it is “knocked down to the desired texture,” the Cleveland, OH-based company reports. Other textured looks, such as splatter or orange-peel finishes, can also be achieved with the product.

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TuffWall Premium Texture Finish, a 100 percent acrylic, can be applied over uneven or damaged surfaces, the company says.

The coating is easy to apply and offers quality performance, especially over uneven or damaged surfaces, the company says.

It is recommended for property managers who are seeking an “inviting look without the expense of wallpaper or traditional stucco applications,” said Karl Schmitt, vice president, marketing, Sherwin-Williams.  

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TuffWall can be applied by airless spray to provide a smooth base coat, taking a level four drywall finish to a level five base coat, the company says. The finish can also be tinted to hundreds of custom colors.

The product also boasts mildew resistance and a Class A fire rating, the company says. In addition, TuffWall Premium Texture Finish meets nationwide compliance with VOC regulations, the company notes.

More information: www.sherwin-williams.com.

   

Tagged categories: Acrylic; Commercial Construction; Interior coatings; Interior design; Sherwin-Williams; Texture; Textured coating

Comment from Kim DeAngelo, (7/15/2013, 7:04 AM)

HI I am a faux artist and am interested in trying this Tuffwall product for a commercial product I am biding on. Have some tech questions about using it. How long after you spray before you can knock down? How long will it last? A square foot price to make money and be competitively priced.


Comment from Bruce Werner, (7/22/2013, 1:29 PM)

Hi Kim. I was on vacation last week when this was posted. If you call or e-mail me I will try to answer your questions. Bruce Werner, Architectural Account Executive, bruce.werner@sherwin.com (585) 254-8661.


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