Decoration with metal cladding in a cosy living room with a sophisticated design
Decoration with metal cladding in a cosy living room with a sophisticated design

MYMETAL METAL CLADDING

Minimalist bathroom with metallic finish on the walls and clean lines.

MyMetal is a two-component metallic coating manufactured to obtain a glossy finish on non-transit surfaces. It has an A component, consisting of powdered metal particles, and a B component, which is a resin designed for this coating.

They are available iridium, aluminium, bronze, cooper and brass finishes. It can be applied by trowel and roller to achieve different finishes.

Oxidizing finishes are possible by MyRust oxidizing activator.

Technical characteristic

High gloss
High concentration of metallic components

Applicable on any non-transit surfaces.
Microcement, concrete, brick, ceramic, etc.

Different textures
Five textures with different metallic elements

Maximum thickness per layer
1mm

Consumption

MyMetal

(1ª layer) - 305 g/m2

MyMetal

(2ª layer) - 260 g/m2

How to apply MyMetal metallic coating?

1. Cleaning the surface

Before applying MyMetal, check if the substrate is clean and dry.
To ensure a thorough cleaning of the space, vacuum if necessary.

2. Preparation of the substrate

Apply a coat of primer MyPrimer 100 if it is an absorbent substrate, or MyPrimer 200 if it is a non-absorbent substrate.

3. Mixing components A and B

Mix component A and B. Apply 2 coats of Mymetal on the substrate.
1st coat leave it dry for 2 hours*.
2nd coat leave it dry for 12 hours*.

4. Sanding and cleaning to achieve metallic shine

Sand the surface with 180-220 grit sandpaper.
Polish with 800 and 1000 grit sandpaper. In this way we can achieve the metallic shine.
Clean the dust.

5. Sealing the surface

Having a metallic finish, it is necessary to apply two coats of MySealant varnish. 1st coat: Dry 24 hours*. 2nd coat: Dry 24 hours*

*Drying times may vary depending on environmental and temperature conditions.

Application of MyMetal two-component metallic coating on a wall using a metal trowel