your new or existing fireplace into an elegant stone feature
using Fireplace Stone Coating the fireplace paint.
new Stone Fire Surround can cost £100s.
today by creating your own stone effect surround from just
Stone Coating is a water-based fireplace paint specially formulated
for application onto fire surrounds. Made from real ground
stone to give you a truly authentic and quality stone finish.
for gas, electrical and inglenook firesurrounds, back panels
and hearths. Please note, if you have a solid fuel fire, Fireplace
Stone Coating is only suitable for the surround. Apply onto
wood & wood finished surrounds, MDF, plaster, brickwork,
existing stone, concrete, tiles, marble and most new or old
Stone Coating provides you with all the benefits of a new
surround without the cost or the mess. No compromising on
& Easy Application
a brush, roller or spray. Quick drying with no mess. Simply
follow the instructions for a perfect stone effect finish.
for Professional Use
Comment - 23/10/2014
you for your help and sending us swatches of paint,
We purchased your Fireplace Stone Coating paint, and
are thrilled with the final result. We now have what
looks like a new fireplace. Thanks for a wonderful
Available in 6 stone shades. All colours are intermixable
of the colour? Want to see the quality finish? Call
us on 01405 720281 for your free sample swatch.
Stone Coating packs are available to purchase online
litre Fireplace Stone Coating + 500ml Primer, will
cover and average surround only, if you are wanting
transform you back and hearth aswell as the surround
you will need to purchase a bigger pack e.g. 2.5 Litre
topcaot & 1 Litre Primer.
available in tin sizes of:: 1 litre, 2.5 litres, 5
litres, 20 litres.
Wood & wood finishes
varies by colour and application.
Stone Coating: 2.5 m2/litre (approx)
6 m2/litre (approx)
time varies by application and ventilation conditions.
allow approx 2 hours to dry before applying Fireplace
Stone Coating: allow approx 2 hours between coats.
and easy to apply using a brush or spray. Simply follow
the instructions on the back of the tin.
Prepare all surfaces well. Ensure they are clean,
sound and dry. Repair any cracks or dents with a suitable
filler. Sand pre-painted or glossy surfaces to provide
Apply Base Coat Primer to the surface using
a brush. Allow approx. 2 hours to dry thoroughly.
Brush on a thin coat of Fireplace Stone Coating (do
not try to apply all in one coat), spreading as evenly
as possible. Allow approx 2 hours to dry before applying
another coat (2-3 thin coats).
Apply final coat as in step 3. Stipple the surface
while still wet using a stippling brush or a small
paste brush to give a uniformed mottled appearance.
Continue stippling periodically until your desired
effect is achieved.
dont generally go out of my way to post comments about products
that I have purchased. This is one of the very rare occassions
that I have been so impressed that I just had to write to
saw the advertisement for the stone paint when I was actually
looking to purchase a new fire surround. I thought what have
I got to lose if it doesnt turn out I have only lost the price
of the paint.
I have just finished the surround and I cant believe how good
it looks. Infact it looks better than the ones I have seen
in the shops. For just a liitle time and patience I have saved
my self around £700.I wish I could let everyone who
is about to demolish a perfectly good wooden surround just
because it is no longer fashionable know just how easy the
process is and how fantastic the results are.