DULUX Texture Full Cover Roll On

Code: 195-85684

A flexible acrylic texture producing a flattened render finish. This traditional render texture is able to fill and level brick and mortar joints and other surface imperfections. A Full Cover Texture Roller is recommended to apply this product. This specially designed roller enables higher build applications for faster delivery and levelling. Once applied, the material is float trowelled and levelled to a traditional render style. Click here for steps on how to apply this product


  • Traditional render finish
  • Fills brick mortar joints
  • Roller and float applied
  • Water based


  • Same day recoat and clean up
  • Proven durability at high film builds
  • Achieves texture finish without special training
  • Low cost alternative to traditional rendering methods



Coverage - 1 square metre per L

Surface Preparation

All surfaces must be thoroughly cleaned and free of all dirt, loose and flaking paint. Efflorescence or mould must be treated before application of paint. New concrete, mortar or cement render must be allowed to cure for 4 to 8 weeks depending on concrete thickness and drying conditions. Block down unpainted brick and concrete surfaces using a brick or masonry rubbing stone to remove high spots and loose sand, then broom down. To test the adhesion of previously painted surfaces, cut an 'X' through the existing paint with a sharp blade, press cellulose tape firmly across the cut and then rip the tape off. If the old paint or render comes off, it should be removed. On porous surfaces, applying a priming coat thinned with water (4 parts Dulux Fine Texture: 1 part water) will condition the surface and help aid application of the Full Cover product. NOTE - Medium Texture can also be used as a priming coat.

Clean Up

Clean all equipment with water


Application to bricks, cement render, fibre cement and masonry surfaces.




Can be tinted to a wide range of pastel and medium depth colours.

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