Temporary Protective Coating

This is a specifically formulated colour enhancing sealer for fibre cement roof tiles. It is UV stable and uses a high performance black pigment to re colour existing worn roof tiles to bring them back looking like new. As this is also a penetrating sealer, it makes ongoing maintenance much easier keeping your tiles looking good long into the future.

Where to Use
Use on external black / grey roof tiles both fibre cement and natural slate.

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Additional information

Application and Time

Application is always two coats. Pick a dry day to apply, then apply first coat evenly on clean dry surface using a normal short ply paint roller. Wait for min 1 hour until touch dry then apply a second coat.


Normal, short ply paint roller.

Coverage Rate

5sqm per litre with both coats.


Do not spray. Be careful not to get this onto anything other than the roof tile you are treating as there is a high performance black pigment in this treatment that will be difficult to remove.

MSDS Data Sheets


  1. Can I apply this treatment on natural slate roof tiles? Yes just ensure that original colour of your tiles are black / grey and one coat may be sufficient on slate as its much denser than fibre cement / concrete tiles.
  2. What do I do if it rains during application? Don\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t panic, just stop applying and use an absorbent towel or cloth to dry any treatment that is not touch dry already, then suspend application until weather is dry.
  3. Do I need to use any product to maintain my newly colour treated roof tiles? Now that your roof tiles are sealed, they will be much easier to clean. It would be good to spray our Stontex Green to Clean once a year to maintain. This is diluted 1 to 5 with water. Pick a dry day and just spray and walk away.  This will remove any stubborn algae that may be on the tiles and also stop any algae from forming on the surface.
  4. If I have more questions, is there free help available? Yes, just fill in the link below and one of our Stone Doctors will get back to you as soon as possible: Ask the Doctor