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Moca Creme Brushed Limestone
Moca Creme Brushed Limestone
Moca Creme Brushed Limestone
Moca Creme Brushed Limestone
Moca Creme Brushed Limestone
Moca Creme Brushed Limestone
Moca Creme Brushed Limestone
Moca Creme Brushed Limestone
Moca Creme Brushed Limestone

Moca Creme Brushed Limestone

+ VAT per m2

We will only supply a maximum of 1 Sample per product
Only 2 Samples available in total per customer
For more information please Contact Us




Product Description

Moca Crème limestone comes from numerous quarries within Portugal and has been mined in these regions for centuries. Moca Creme limestone comes with a brushed surface and straight sawn sides, the brushed surface helps with anti-slip properties and is widely used for patios, wall cladding and around swimming pools. This product is also suitable for internal application creating the possibility of  a seamless transition from inside to out.

Supplied in 600mm wide random length slabs or 900 x 600 single size both are 20mm thick.

  • Hard wearing
  • Consistent colour with light patination
  • Brushed nonslip surface
  • Superb quality

PRODUCT GUIDANCE

Please note the shade of the final product could differ slightly compared to the sample you may receive due to slight batch variation.

We recommend that all customers read our product selection, maintenance & installation guides before purchasing.

Due to its light colour Moca Limestone it is not advised for use in north facing gardens or areas with over hanging trees as it willrequire additional maintenance to keeping look clean.

Please ensure that you lay Moca Brushed Paving with the brushed side visible, the flat (smooth) side is completely unfinished and is not a suitable finished surface.

When being used as paving or outside it must be laid onto a full wet sand and white cement bed or onto a concrete slab and fixed with an external grade white tile adhesive.

Do not use acidic cleaners on natural stone as they can cause permanent, irreparable, damage to the colour and structure of the stone.

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