WHITE MINERAL SYNTHETIC FILLER COMPOUND
for patching of wall and ceiling surfaces, for interior and exterior use
KLEIB S10 is designed for smoothing, patching and levelling out external walls of buildings (façades). It can be used
indoors, especially in rooms with a high humidity level (e.g. bathrooms, garages); it is suitable for making smooth
surfaces. For manual and machine application.
- convenient and economical in use
- excellent adhesion and flexibility
- frost resistant
- vapour permeable
- reinforced with micro-fibre
KLEIB S10 is designed for smoothing, patching and levelling out external walls of buildings (façades). It can be used indoors, especially in rooms with a high humidity level (e.g. bathrooms, garages); it is suitable for making smooth surfaces. For manual and machine application.
The substrate should be stable, structurally sound and clean, i.e. free from impurities that could impair the adhesion of the mortar. Excessively absorbent surfaces should be primed with KLEIB G1 primer before plastering.
The mortar is prepared by pouring dry mix into a container with a measured amount of water and mixing until a smooth, uniform consistency is obtained. The mortar is ready to use after 5 minutes and after remixing. Prepared mortar is to be used within approx. 5 hours.
Apply the mortar on the substrate using clean stainless steel or plastic tools. After the initial curing and drying of the mass, minor surface finishing works are possible. It is recommended to apply a single layer of 1-5 mm at a time. S10 is not the final coat; once the compound has finally cured it should be primed and painted. KLEIB paints should be applied after the mortar has cured and dried completely but not earlier than after 2 weeks. Protect the façades from direct sunlight, rain and strong wind. Tools should be washed with water immediately after use.
Approximately 1.3 kg of dry mortar is used to make 1 m2 of plaster with the layer thickness of 1 mm.
The mortar must be transported and stored in factory sealed packages, in dry conditions (preferably on pallets). The shelf life is up to 12 months from the manufacturing date on the packaging.