UK's Leading Manufacturer of Stone Effect Coatings & Repair Products
Unsure what to use to decorate the back and side of your new or existing Inglenook Fire?
Make your Inglenook recess a beatiful stone focal point with StoneLux Inglenook Fireside. A stone effect paint specially formulated for use on Inglenook Firesurrounds.
Many normal paints and emlusions can either peel, flake or discolour due to heat when used around Inglenook Fireplaces.
Quick & Easy to use,
all instructions are on the tin - no fuss, no mess
Authentic finish with
the look, feel and quality of natural stone
Withstands high heat
Can be used as close as 10cm to direct heat source
Suitable for gas and electrical
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 fireplaces.
Fired Brick Red
*Colours on screen may vary from acutal stone effect paint. We recommend you request a free colour chart by calling us on 01405 720281 before making a purchase.
COVERAGE & DRYING TIME
2.5m2/litre (approx.) Coverage can vary
by colour and application.
Time: allow 2 hours to dry between coats. Drying
time can vary by substrate and drying conditions.
and easy to apply using a brush or spray. Simply follow
the instructions on the back of the tin.
1. 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
2. Apply StoneLux Primer to the surface using
a brush. Allow approx. 2 hours to dry thoroughly
3. Brush on a thin coat of Inglenook Fireside (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).
4. 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.