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Brick Slip Corners are available for use in conjunction with our Wentworth Mixture flexible brick slips. One pack of brick slip corners covers 2 linear metres.
The brick slip corners are incredibly easy to install, consisting of just two components: the brick slip corners themselves and also the special adhesive, which doubles up as grout.
If you are doing an external solid wall insulation job and want to create a brick look, then these brick slip corners are the perfect solution when used with our Flexibrick brick slips.
Our Brick Slip Corners are ideal for those looking to recreate brick features internally or externally. The Brick Slip Corners are incredibly easy to install and are perfect for installing on top of external wall insulation systems because they are so durable. The simplicity of this brick slip solution is one of its great selling points – the Flexibrick system has only two components: the flexible acrylic brick slip and our Special Adhesive, which also acts as the grout. We offer the adhesive in 5 different colours so you can choose the perfect combination of brick slip and grout to match your requirements.
Our Brick Slip Corners are designed to be used in conjunction with our Wentworth Mixture brick slips to create a brick-effect facade. They seamlessly wrap around the corners of a structure in order to provide a realistic and attractive finish that is indistinguishable from real brick.
These Brick Slip Corners are specially designed to be extra strong and hard wearing to ensure that your brick slip facade will resist impact and damage around corners where the structure is most vulnerable.
Use a notched trowel (4 mm) to spread the special brick slip adhesive around the corner to an area of approximately 1sq.metre. We suggest not spreading the adhesive on a wider area than this due to the fast drying rate of the adhesive. You are trying to achieve a layer of adhesive approximately 2mm thick which is then used to embed the brick slip corners. The brick slip corners are then fixed to the corner of the wall and the flexible brick slips are then applied to the rest of the wall in a staggered formation (like standard brickwork) with 10mm gap between vertical and horizontal bricks. The Brick slip corners should be installed with the long length on different sides of the wall alternately. Once the bricks slip corners are all installed, a 10mm brush can be used to ‘grout’ the brick work – ideally wet the brush slightly and brush the grout to smooth it out.
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