Breathable, durable and beautiful. Porter’s Mineral Paint is a premium silicate paint providing outstanding colour fastness and durability.
Designed to be painted onto render and other unpainted masonry surfaces, Mineral Paint penetrates and chemically reacts with the substrate to "petrify", a process known as "silicification". The result is that the cured paint forms an inorganic structure with a very strong bond to the substrate.
The microporous nature of Porter's Mineral Paint allows water vapour in the substrate to escape, improving the health of the building facade. This breathability means reduced moisture entrapment, so the paint won't bubble without breaking.
Porter's Mineral Paint is made with inorganic pigments. Because these pigments are UV stable, they are fade resistant. For this reason Porter's Mineral Paint is richly coloured with exceptional durability.
The colours shown here and in the Mineral Paint colour chart are our standard range of colours and are an indication of the types of colours we can make. We understand that each project is unique and we would love to work with you to create a custom colour. Our team works closely with specifiers on new builds, renovations, conservation and restoration works to achieve the perfect colour.
Guaranteed for 25 years against peeling, flaking and blistering, this finish truly is the ‘Rolls Royce’ of exterior paints.
Features & Benefits
Wide colour range.
No blistering, peeling or flaking.
Water-vapour can escape.
Algae and fungal resistant.
Solvent free with no odours or fumes.
Water wash up.
Exterior. Can be applied to cement render, bagged brickwork, concrete, masonry blocks, bricks, sandstone, off-form concrete, tilt-up concrete panels and most absorbent building stones.
- Highly Recommended
Lime Wash / specialty brush, Roller
Approximately 5m² per litre. Mineral Silicate Primer covers approximately 10m² per litre.
Mineral Paint 1 litre (sample) and 15 litres. Mineral Silicate Primer is available in 4 litres and 15 litres.
Detailed Product/Application Information and Safety Data Sheets
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