Thinstone Cladding White Quartz is a great addition to our thinstone cladding range. It is made up of beautilful pearl white brick slips. We introduced this colour specifically to complement ivory and grey tiles which are two of our most in-demand colours at the moment. This cladding will also work really well outdoors and can be used for a feature wall or to brighten up any outdoor space. It goes particularly well with our Kota Grey and Black Limestone Paving. Premium Natural Stone pieces glued together with a special stone epoxy. Fast and easy to fit. No need for specialist stonemasons. Each panel fits seamlessly into the next. Virtually invisible joint with little or no wastage. Suitable for interior and exterior use.
- Exclusive range
- Suitable for interiors or exteriors
- Premium mixed stone
- Natural finish
- Easy installation
- Minimal wastage
- Virtually invisible joints
- 10 year warranty
|Placement||Indoor and Outdoor|
|Quantity Per Box||12.000000|
|M² Per box||0.480000|
|Coolock Showroom Stock||3.36/M2|
How to Install Thin Stone Cladding
Installation of our thin stone cladding is very simple. However, if you need any further advice, please feel free to contact us.
We highly recommend CT1 Power Grab and Bond for our cladding installations. This specialist stone adhesive will work on almost any surface including wood, plaster board, backer board, metal, brick and concrete. However, any good-quality tile adhesive should be work just fine as well.
Put two separate beads of adhesive lengthways on the back of the cladding piece and press it firmly against the wall. Initial grab will take 10-15 minutes during which time you may need to support the cladding panel with a piece of wood or similar. Most adhesives will be fully cured within 24 hours, however some adhesives may vary, so please check first. Be warned, once the adhesive has completely cured it is impossible to remove the cladding from the wall.
For internal corners, simply cut the cladding to form a straight edge.
For external corners, we recommend cutting the cladding to form a straight edge, then finishing with a tile trim to mask the edge.