Creative Resins are pleased to announce the UK launch of their new resin: Sandglass CXP.

Sandglass CXP has been developed as a non transparent coating for glass. It can be used as a border on glass to hide any fixtures and fittings, replacing previously used 'fired on' coatings.

It can also be used in conjunction with our sandglass product to create designs, logo's or signage on glass pieces or glass curtain wall.Sandglass CXP is available in black or white, our colour pigments can again ne added to the white to produce any shade.

Our other product launch is Microseal. Microseal has been developed for the window and conservatory manufacturing industry, installers and maintenance contractors. Microseal is a sealant that is applied to UPVC either before or after installation, protecting the surface against colour fading from UV rays, acid rain, bird droppings and general pollutants in the atmosphere which may dirty or harm the UPVC.

Microseal is available in bulk measures for the manufacturers usage or in kit form as an aftersales maintenance product, perfect for installers, maintenance contractors and the like who can apply the Microseal to their customers conservatories, fascias or UPVC window and door frames.

Microseal is not a polish or a wax but actually bonds into the surface of the UPVC, creating a brilliant high gloss protective barrier.

600450 Creative Resins are pleased to announce the UK launch of their new resin: Sandglass CXP.
Date: 2 December 2002
Source: Creative Resins

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