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Evo-Stik Evo-Bond Waterproof PVA - 5L - £10.00 Free click & collect at Wickes
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Evo-Stik Evo-Bond Waterproof PVA - 5L - £10.00 Free click & collect at Wickes

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Posted 24th Feb

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EVO-Bond Waterproof PVA is a waterproof adhesive, primer and admixture (5L).
Limited stock. Free click & collect only. Check your local store.
Good stuff for priming indoors & outside (as it is waterproof, apparently).
£32 on Amazon.co.uk.
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PVA is only £10 norm
Store specific in title please.
dvdvicar24/02/2020 18:18

Store specific in title please.


How do you mean it's in stock in way more than one Wickes Store?
gazdoubleu24/02/2020 18:53

How do you mean it's in stock in way more than one Wickes Store?


Quick bognor Regis has 3
Hull area has 1 in stock, hot deal though!
Edited by: "andrewjslough" 24th Feb
york has 6 ,boston 5.lot of stores with one or two
Don't forget, 10% off with code TRADEPRO (if you have it)
dvdvicar24/02/2020 18:18

Store specific in title please.


I actually think that this is a pretty good price - if you need waterproof PVA. Problem is that it’s only available in store & unfortunately not in all stores... However, it is available in variable quantities in lots of locations. I’m thinking of using this as an outdoor primer, or I might go with SBR or push the boat out & buy Zinser Peel Stop. If anyone has a good deal on the latter I’m all ears!
3 IN STOCK somewhere but I'm not saying where so I can get them all for myself...
mincednerd24/02/2020 19:20

I actually think that this is a pretty good price - if you need waterproof …I actually think that this is a pretty good price - if you need waterproof PVA. Problem is that it’s only available in store & unfortunately not in all stores... However, it is available in variable quantities in lots of locations. I’m thinking of using this as an outdoor primer, or I might go with SBR or push the boat out & buy Zinser Peel Stop. If anyone has a good deal on the latter I’m all ears!


Waterproof PVA is usually used for rendering, sbr primer is usually used for tilling and peel stop for painting. So not sure what you are trying to prime or cover it with?
neilturland24/02/2020 20:27

Waterproof PVA is usually used for rendering, sbr primer is usually used …Waterproof PVA is usually used for rendering, sbr primer is usually used for tilling and peel stop for painting. So not sure what you are trying to prime or cover it with?


Good question. I’m very much a lay person when it comes to this kind of thing but I’ve read on forums, advice pages, guides, that watered down SBR can be used as a good low cost primer for painting outside brick walls (as well as for rendering as you mentioned). Some folk seem to use PVA for this, but since PVA isn’t waterproof (quite the opposite) I also read that you could use waterproof PVA as an alternative to SBR to prime prior to painting. The brick wall that I want to paint is rather uneven & has peeling paint, much of which I’ve removed by pressure washing & scaping/sanding. I now intend (if it ever stops raining) priming it (with this waterproof PVA or SBR or Peel Stop due to the old paint job) & then giving it a couple of coats of Dulux Weathershield. I saw this item whilst doing my research, & thought it was a good price, worthy of sharing. I just wish I could find some Peel Stop at a similarly good price!
mincednerd24/02/2020 20:54

Good question. I’m very much a lay person when it comes to this kind of t …Good question. I’m very much a lay person when it comes to this kind of thing but I’ve read on forums, advice pages, guides, that watered down SBR can be used as a good low cost primer for painting outside brick walls (as well as for rendering as you mentioned). Some folk seem to use PVA for this, but since PVA isn’t waterproof (quite the opposite) I also read that you could use waterproof PVA as an alternative to SBR to prime prior to painting. The brick wall that I want to paint is rather uneven & has peeling paint, much of which I’ve removed by pressure washing & scaping/sanding. I now intend (if it ever stops raining) priming it (with this waterproof PVA or SBR or Peel Stop due to the old paint job) & then giving it a couple of coats of Dulux Weathershield. I saw this item whilst doing my research, & thought it was a good price, worthy of sharing. I just wish I could find some Peel Stop at a similarly good price!


Peel stop is what you need. I've used it several times for exactly what you are describing. It dries very quickly too, so you can paint the walls the same day. I would never paint over PVA, water based paints don't adhere to it very well and it will peel off later.
neilturland24/02/2020 21:00

Peel stop is what you need. I've used it several times for exactly what …Peel stop is what you need. I've used it several times for exactly what you are describing. It dries very quickly too, so you can paint the walls the same day. I would never paint over PVA, water based paints don't adhere to it very well and it will peel off later.



Thanks for your response (& advice). I think you’re right; it’s going to have to be Peel Stop. I was looking for a cheaper alternative, but I don’t want to have to keep painting my garden wall every year so I guess it’s better to do the job properly! Since you’ve used it before, have you applied Peel Stop neat or can you water it down to stretch it a bit? Thanks again.
Any thoughts on whether this would be ok for sealing a concrete garage floor? Or is non-waterproof PVA better? Cheers
mincednerd24/02/2020 21:35

Thanks for your response (& advice). I think you’re right; it’s going to ha …Thanks for your response (& advice). I think you’re right; it’s going to have to be Peel Stop. I was looking for a cheaper alternative, but I don’t want to have to keep painting my garden wall every year so I guess it’s better to do the job properly! Since you’ve used it before, have you applied Peel Stop neat or can you water it down to stretch it a bit? Thanks again.


You don't need to water it down, it goes on like water. A little goes a long way. It's only £8.50 at Toolstation for a litre, that'll do 10 square metres.
neilturland24/02/2020 22:18

You don't need to water it down, it goes on like water. A little goes a …You don't need to water it down, it goes on like water. A little goes a long way. It's only £8.50 at Toolstation for a litre, that'll do 10 square metres.


That’s really good to know. I was going to go for the 5L tin but hopefully a couple of litres might cover it. I’m quite looking forward to some dry weather so that I can get started. Many thanks for your reply.
Should be tagged in-store only mods.
PVA and SBR are different products!
PVA isn't too be used outside
Wondering if this could be used as a release agent when making molds for fibreglass/carbon fibre?
pfc4life125/02/2020 09:03

PVA and SBR are different products!PVA isn't too be used outside


Polyvinyl acetate & styrene-butadiene rubber are indeed different products. SBR is often used as an alternative to PVA. This waterproof PVA is suitable for exteriors according to the description: “Ideal for wet and exterior conditions”.
8 left on the shelf in Swindon at time of posting

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Could anyone please give me advice on my outdoor rendering, over the last few months it's gone off coloured, was brilliant white before but now has water stains and mould. What would be my best options for this summer, should I paint it with some outdoor paint, do I need to prime it with something before hand, any advice is appreciated.
mb02125/02/2020 16:26

Could anyone please give me advice on my outdoor rendering, over the last …Could anyone please give me advice on my outdoor rendering, over the last few months it's gone off coloured, was brilliant white before but now has water stains and mould. What would be my best options for this summer, should I paint it with some outdoor paint, do I need to prime it with something before hand, any advice is appreciated.


Firstly it it of the floor, a big problem is people rendering down to the ground and allowing water up..it generally finished into a bead @ DPC level. Secondly you mention 'outdoor paint;, did you use a masonary paint originally?
Sorry for the late reply. The house was rendered when we moved in. Yes it's straight down and touching the floor, also the topping stones allow water during heavy rain to run down the wall. The wall has never been painted I was just considering this as an option as when I have power washed it last summer it didn't come completely clean and had water stains.
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