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The K Rend Winter Working Best Practice Guide

Post on 8 December 2021

Winter often brings additional challenges to the construction industry and particularly for those trying to complete outdoor tasks such as rendering. Thankfully, due to some innovative technology and forward thinking, the K Rend team have been able to engineer many of their products to allow continued use in the Autumn and Winter months meaning you don’t have to stop working when the weather changes!

We know the main problems during the Autumn and Winter can lead to wash-off of product, wetter substrates, slower drying and sometimes limebloom.

Most of our products are designed to work down to temperatures of 5oC and our Mineral TC can be used at temperatures as low as 1oC. This means you can continue to work on those colder days. Our products are also designed to dry quickly, meaning that when you have a window of drier weather, you can get to work and be assured that your K Rend products will dry before the rain starts. There are additional tips and tools to use that can fast track that process even further without compromising the highest quality and performance you expect from K Rend.

This handy K Rend Winter Working Best Practice Guide is here to help, outlining the weather conditions when you can continue to use K Rend products, the products within our extensive, specialised range which are perfect to keep you working through the Winter months, some best practice top tips to help you in the colder, wetter conditions and introducing you to some of our Winter Working specialists and how they can help you. We’ve also included some case studies from applicators, like you, in the industry, outlining their top tips for Winter Working and a few of their recommendations to get you through to Spring time.

As ever, our teams are here to help and support you with technical support, sales support, marketing support, handy tips and even a few competitions to cheer you up during the Winter Blues. Stay in touch via phone or on our social media channels and we’ll work through the Winter months together – without any slips, trips or rendering disasters.


You can find the K Rend Winter Working Best Practice Guide HERE.

For any K Rend queries or support, you can contact our technical team HERE.

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