Gunnersbury Park Museum, London


  • KEIM Soldalit Grob
  • KEIM Soldalit-ME

Specifier: Rodney Melville & Partners Ltd

Applicators: A.V.V. Solutions Ltd & Pierra Ltd

Gunnersbury Park Museum, Popes Lane, London


Gunnersbury Museum is a Grade II listed Georgian mansion, located in Gunnersbury Park, London. It contains over 40,000 objects which reflect the history of West London. The restoration programme aims to transform the Gunnersbury estate into a sustainable, high quality public space.

KEIM STS 7M, an environmentally friendly paint stripper, was used to remove the existing coatings on the render. A coat of KEIM Soldalit Grob was applied to fill hairline cracks within the render, followed by a two-coat application of KEIM Soldalit-ME. KEIM Soldalit-ME was specified as it offers sustainable exterior protection for buildings with the additional environmental benefit that helps to degrade nitrogen oxide pollutants from the atmosphere.

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