There was another case we wish to share with everyone about crack repairing. We received a call from one of the contractors requesting for a wall cracks solution. Basically, the cracks appeared after handing over the house to the owner not long ago. It was really a headache for the contractor to solve this problem and luckily they got us. We then recommended our RHINOZ Crack Repairing Kit to solve their problem.
They agreed with our product solution recommendation and quickly made an appointment with us. We arrived at the house based on the appointed date and time with our latest RHINOZ Crack Repairing Kit for the demonstration.
Inside this 🦏RHINOZ Crack Repairing Kit🦏 consists of
1. [RF-143 RHINOZ Primer Bonding - 240ml] x 1
2. [RF-102 RHINOZ Acrylic Skim- 500g] x 1
3. [RF-134 RHINOZ Hybrid Jointing Compound - 1kg] x 1
The details information about the products were listed in the link below accordingly.
RF-143 Primer Bonding👉 https://www.rhinozinternational.com/rf-143-primer-bonding
RF-102 Acrylic Skim 👉 https://www.rhinozinternational.com/rf-102-acrylic-skim
RF-134 Hybrid Jointing Compound👉https://www.rhinozinternational.com/rf-134-hybrid-jointing-compound
We were led to a double story single house. It looks new and big but we were surprised why the cracks appeared so fast as it was just newly built not long ago. Hence, we decided to check it out and assess the cracks, hoping to find out what is the cause of these cracks.
We discovered that there were non-structural cracks mainly caused by fluctuations in the moisture content and thermal movement. It mainly occurred around the window sill or door frame and also the staircase area. In this case, not only the RHINOZ Crack Repairing Kit can repair the crack without problem, but also can help to prevent cracks in the future.
After some detailed explanation about the product solution and repairing method, we then invite the contractor to observe the demonstration and so that they can do the job accordingly later on.
1. We suggest grinding the groove along the cracks using a hand grinder for the staircase area. However for the door frame area, we used a cutter knife due to the cracks being much more minor at skim surfaces.
2. After the groove opening preparation was done, we started off with RF-143 Primer Bonding application. We used a sponge to apply the primer bonding along the crack lines before mending. This will increase the adhesiveness between the substrate, help the filling solution to properly fill the insides of the crack, and enhance the overall performance of the solution.
3. After the primer bonding dry for about 15-20 minutes, we started filling up the skim cracks groove using RF-102 Acrylic Skim.
4. Whilst the staircase area which suffered a much severe crack, we used RF-134 Hybrid Jointing Compound to seal the cracks. After the demonstration, we handover the job to their applicator team to continue with the rest of the fixing. (under the supervision of us of course)
Like our standard suggestion according to the RHINOZ Crack Repair Solution, once fully cured after 24 hours, we recommended them to apply the skim coating with our RF-102 Acrylic Skim by following the steps suggestion as follow:
5. Apply the ready-use acrylic skim and even out the surface with a scraper and recoat it after every 1-2 hours recoating time.
6. Once the final coat's surface has fully dried, sand it down using sanding paper until the surface is completely smooth and even.
7. After all, apply the paint as the final step and the wall will look seamless like brand new.
Cracks are a very common issue and a topic among the waterproofing industry. It could be a disaster as they can lead to water damage and jeopardize the stability of the foundation. However, not all cracks cause structural damage. Some cracks are just a natural sign of aging, but they should never be ignored.
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