Garland’s new Tuff-Coat single-component, low-solvent, emulsified poly-resin architectural wall coating damp-proofs and beautifies all types of exterior and interior masonry wall surfaces, including concrete, brick work, stucco, and exterior insulating finishing systems (EIFS).



Garland’s new Tuff-Coat single-component, low-solvent, emulsified poly-resin architectural wall coating damp-proofs and beautifies all types of exterior and interior masonry wall surfaces, including concrete, brick work, stucco, and exterior insulating finishing systems (EIFS). It provides heavy-bodied protection against moisture, UV, fumes, and fresh or salt water, while allowing water vapor to escape the structure through its breathable film. The wall coating is low-fading and hides stains and discolorations. It is alkali-resistant, and provides a washable surface. It is available in both a smooth and textured finish. Its low-odor formula meets the VOC regulatory requirements of all 50 states. The smooth and textured versions can be applied by brush or roller; the smooth version can also be sprayed. Tuff-Coat high-build wall coating has a dry-film thickness of 10 to 20 mils. The heavy build is primarily due to embedded polymers, which allow for a higher solid content without subsequent cracking or blistering of the coating. With a tensile strength as high as 160 psi and an elongation factor as high as 585 percent, for the smooth version, Tuff-Coat wall coatings provide durable protection and will not peel, chip, blister or crack when applied on properly prepared surfaces. For more information, call 800-321-9336 or visit www.garlandco.com.