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How does this product hold up around a saltwater pool area as I am looking to use it for a water feature (blade).
Hi there, thanks for your enquiry. Something to keep in mind is that this product has a naturally high oxide content which may cause rust like discolouration over time. This can be reduced by stopping water from reaching the back of this product. Being a natural stone it requires sealing. You also must use suitable adhesive.
Hello…am I able to apply stack stone to solid timber ?…. it’s a small exterior garden box reasonably protected from the weather approx. 4m long x 35cm high x 15cm wide, if so which adhesive should I use ? Thank you
Hi there, thanks for your question. To support the weight of the stackstone, it is only recommended to be installed on surfaces like cement walls, brick walls and also some fibre cement sheet walls. It is advised to check with the supplier, when purchasing the sheeting, to see if stack stone can be glued on top.
What about on a wall of a feature wall of a bathroom shower?
due to the different surface levels it may make this natural product a little hard to clean. We have some glazed tiles we could show you instore that may give a similar look.
Is this product ok for outside feature wall covering existing brickwork
Hi, thank you for the inquiry. Yes, you can definitely use this product for outside brick feature wall