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Submittal Sheet
Textures are formulated at diffrent solid levels. The chart below describes each
textures solid level at an equal viscosity (i.e., thickness). The higher solid levels typically equate to greater standout (less water = more depth) on the wall.
The lower solid levels equate to higher mileage (more water = less depth).
Hamilton Wall Textures are the benchmark of the industry; we
EZ Spray
Whiteline II
Ready Spray
Pure Tex
MV Tinted
Textures formulated to have higher solids generally will have the following
Easier mixing
More standout – Heavier texture pattern
Better knockdown characteristics
have formulated all of our products based on direct input from
professional applicators. Hamilton textures provide easy mixing,
consistent pattern and multiple choices that allow the applicator
to choose the right product for the job.
Textures formulated to have lower solids generally will have the following
More mileage
Less standout – Finer texture pattern
A tendency for faster pumpability
There are no ASTM standards that apply to drywall textures.
Job Conditions:
Minimum temperature of 50 degrees F (10 degrees C) to be maintained 48 hours prior to application and until dry
and stable.
First, add powder to water to a viscosity thicker than desired. Mix thoroughly; allow soaking, re-mixing and thin to
a desired viscosity. It should be noted that air and mix temperature will affect viscosity. The viscosity may be controlled by adding water or texture powder as required.
Surfaces to receive texture should be treated with products like Hamilton Prep Tex or Prep Coat Plus to minimize
the differences in surface porosity. (For further information, refer to the Prep Tex and Prep Coat Plus technical
sheets on our website at
Surface Preparation:
Hamilton texture is designed as a decorative finish for interior walls and should always be painted. The desired pattern is achieved by varying the thickness of the mix, the orifice of the spray tip, and the volume and pressure of the
air supply.
Typically, coverage ranges from 400 to 1000 square feet per bag depending on the type of pattern applied.
Hamilton textures can be applied to concrete. See our technical sheet titles "Finishing and Texturing Interior
Concrete Walls and Ceilings " on our website at
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