Mixing and Applying
Chameledec is applied using a plastic trowel.
Place Chameledec onto the trowel and apply to the substrate smoothing it onto the surface to achieve a consistent coverage. Chameledec will remain in its unset form within the mixing vessel for up to 24 hours of mixing, this allows time for revisiting applied areas should the need arise.
If the area being covered is scraped or damaged during application simply work the material back into the damaged areas with the trowel, there is no need for more material to be added to rectify any damage during application.
Chameledec has a seamlees quality that allows large areas to be covered during multiple visits, re-visits to work within 24 hours have no effect on the overall coverage and form no visual seams.
Chameledec is unlike wallpaper or emulsion decorative systems it can be seamlessly repaired should scratches occur.
Fill a spray bottle with warm water and spray onto the damaged area and leave to soak for approximatley 15 minutes, re-spray water if required.
Once Chameledec has been totally rehydrated, re-work the material with a trowel to cover the damaged area and leave to dry.
A short demonstration of how Chameledec's new alternative decorative covering is resistant to a naked flame.
In this clip the material is exposed to a plumber's blow torch for over 40 seconds, the covering is clearly scorched but is beautifully resistant.