Mineral Brick Slips

Colour Range

Once laid Mineral brick slips are indistinguishable from traditional brickwork in both look and feel. Below is just a small sample of the colours and textures available. Contact our branches for brick matching and samples services.

Application Process

Please check the brick slips before installing. The substrate should be clean, dust free, workable, solid and even. Any wallpaper or other residues should be removed before installing the brick slips. We recommend priming the substrate. Spread a suitable flexible adhesive with a toothed spreader by “buttering” both on the back of the slip and on the wall (“buttering-floating”). A string line will be helpful.

Step- 1 With the help of a notched trowel (4 mm) spread special Basecoat adhesive on a substrate of approximately 1sq.metre. Do not spread on wider area due to fast drying rate of the adhesive. Thickness of the layer should be around 2 mm. It is recommended to start from top of the wall and work your way to the bottom.

Step- 2 Press the flexible acrylic brick slip to the freshly applied adhesive and leave 12-14 mm space between the brick slips. You must carefully press over its entire surface to the adhesive immediately after the application.

Step- 3 Flexible mineral brick slips can be easily cut into the desired size with scissors or a utility knife. Offcuts can be used in a further assembly

Step- 4 For the corners you can simply fold to fit the flexible acrylic brick slips. At lower temperatures you can warm the brick slips in your hands and bend gradually to avoid micro cracks. Sharp corners should be smooth out

Step- 5 After pressing the flexible brick slips the fresh excess adhesive must be removed by using a brush (12 mm wide) .It is very important to pay attention to the execution of sealing the joints to block the access of the water between the brick slips and the adhesive. It is very important to cover the edges of the brick slips must be fully coated with the adhesive.