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Pebbletex – Pebble Resin Floor

Our iconic pebble resin floor solution, Pebbletex is SUDS compliant and exceptionally hardwearing. The pebble finish is perfect for driveways, car parks, and more, and comes in a range of colours, so you can find something that suits your style. The decorative stones are applied to the surface with an extremely tough polyurethane resin, which is built to withstand the demands of everyday life and last the test of time.
  • Resin bonded aggregate external flooring system
  • Low maintenance porous
  • SUDS compliant
  • Rapid curing, resin bonding coat
  • Does not allow weed growth
  • Safe, skid resistant finish
  • Retains excellent appearance
  • Exceptionally hardwearing
  • Easy to apply yourself, with no professional skills

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Attractive, non-slip and durable, Pebbletex is a surface dressing system for car parks, drives and roadways. The decorative natural stone aggregate of your choice is permanently bonded to the surface by an extremely tough polyurethane resin.

The system combines the aesthetic appeal of natural loose stone with the practical advantages of being highly slip-resistant, extremely hard-wearing, weed free and self-cleaning.

Typical Uses:

Pebbletex may be applied to asphalt, macadam, concrete, timber and steel


12m² per pack


Colours Available:



Green Granite


Danish Quartz


Beige Marble


Red Granite


Brittany Bronze


Golden Quartz


Silver Gravel


Amber Flint




Application temperature:5oC to 25oC
Pot life @ 20oC:15 minutes
Initial curing time:4 - 6 hours
Open to traffic:12 - 14 hours (or overnight)
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Ensure that the substrate is sound, dry and free of dirt, dust, moss and other vegetable matter, oil or other contamination.
Bituminous surfaces – sound construction is essential for long-term bonding of the coating. The surface must be fully oxidised and show no signs of softening in hot weather. New bituminous surfaces are porous and should be sealed using Polycote Acrylic Sealer mixed with sand and cement – see relevant Data Sheet.
Concrete surfaces – Pebbletex Resin may be applied direct without the need of priming. However any weak areas must be repaired and new surfaces etched to remove any latience prior to laying the Pebbletex. New concrete should be allowed to mature for at least one month.
Steel surfaces – remove all oil or grease and abrade or lightly shotblast, then coat with Polycote WD Primer prior to application of Pebbletex Resin – see relevant Data Sheet.
Wood surfaces – abrade and prime prior to coating.

Having fully prepared the substrate, stir the individual components before mixing together. Add Part ‘B’ to Part ‘A’ and thoroughly mix for at least 3 minutes. For best results use a heavy duty slow speed drill with a mixing paddle.
Ensure thorough mixing as an unmixed product will result in a poor or non-cure situation.

Do not apply in wet conditions.
Pebbletex Resin must be applied immediately once mixed. Pour the resin onto the surface and spread using a serrated squeegee. Apply as evenly as possible over the appropriate area to give the correct coverage rate for the aggregate size to be used. As soon as the wet resin has been evenly spread, the aggregate should be scattered into the wet coating until the surface is completely covered. If wet patches appear, these must be filled with further aggregate until a uniform appearance is achieved. If any masking tape has been used, remove this 40-60 mins after application or when the resin starts to gel. The aggregate can be walked on carefully with flat shoes at this point. Do not re-use wet or dirty aggregate.


Product Questions

Does pebble text fade in sun.
Question by: Joy dunn on 14 Jul 2015 22:19:00

The Pebbletex is from natural granite chippings.

Some of these may fade in the sun but we have never had any problems on this matter.

The resin has a high UV resistance b ut is generally covered by the aggregate anyway.
Answer by: Guy Stanton (Admin) on 23 Jul 2015 09:57:00
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Customer Reviews

Went down really well
Review by Torr Down Farm

It went down really good, easy job, looks brill, thank you very much.

Went down really well
Review by Torr Down Farm

I must admit i was very surprised how hard the primer dried and how the top coat covered

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