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Our Spray-On application is an effective overlay system that creates a low cost, low maintenance product with minimal disruption for your customers.

The Spray-On system can revive worn concrete slabs or tarmac areas and give it the beautiful effect of a new decorative concrete surface- which is non-slip and highly durable. This means it is the ideal application for driveways, pathways and all other commercial areas.

What Do I Need?

Colour Hardener

Our Colour Surface Hardener comes highly recommended and respected in the stencil concrete industry.

To enhance our overlay systems, our Colour Hardener products are mixed with the highest cement content to create a high strength overlay system that will withstand high traffic areas and sub 0 temperatures. Specialist blends of Quartz and Iron Stone means our product complies with all CERAM and British standard certifications; this means that our Colour is able to take 1.5 million passes with a car.

Coming in 22 vibrant colours, your options for design are endless.

Equipment & Finishes

The Spray-On process is a spray applied finish using a compressor and hopper gun to create a highly abrasive, natural non-slip finish. These can be found in our TOOLS SECTION.

Stencil-Tech Activator

Stencil-Tech activator is a polymer modifier which is used to create a bond between our Colour Surface Hardener and the strength of our dry shake powder, and once mixed our Colour Hardener will withstand frost and salt damage.


Concrete Training Courses
Call us now on 01480 435919 to register for one of our upcoming courses

Stencil-Tech Ltd is a fully registered CITB training centre with over 30 years experience in training, manufacture and supply.

We have credited trainers and assessors all of which are certified with CITB qualifications to help you learn and kick start a new business venture or help you develop on new skills or improve on existing ones.

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