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Vuba Pour on Resin Gravel Binder (Easihold)

In stock
Product Code :
V-EH-132

Special Offers:
Easihold is at a discounted price from 2018, and is now with FREE DELIVERY. Use offer code 'EASYVUBA' to have free standard delivery costs.

About Easihold:
Easihold is a solvented resin binder, designed to be poured over loose aggregate (stones, gravel etc) to prevent unwanted stone shedding and movement.

Easihold has become so popular because of its ease of use in comparison to alternative resin bound systems.

Stones bound with Easihold look exactly like natural aggregate, but are firmly held in place due to the crosslinking of polymer chains as the Easihold dries.

Why Choose Easihold?
Easy to use pour on resin system
No sub base required
Prevents unwanted loose stones
High Resin Solids Content
Innovative New Product

About Vuba:
Vuba is a pioneer of the resin industry, established over 10 years ago, we have developed a reputation as the leading innovator in the resin surfacing. Our products are trialled and tested at our research laboratory in East Yorkshire, ensuring quality innovation remains our guiding company ethos. We hope you enjoy your Vuba experience!

Alternative to Resin Bound:
Easihold is a cheaper, easier alternative to a standard resin bound binder. Easihold is perfect for landscaping features where it is not cost of time efficient to begin digging up and removing the existing surface. With Easihold, simply pour on, trowel smooth and you have your resin bound surfacing!

Aggregates
It is possible to apply Easihold over existing aggregates. Simply ensure that your aggregates are clean, dry and free from contamination. However, if you do not currently have aggregates. We would recommend using one of our pre-bagged Vuba Washed and Dried Aggregates, in sizes 1-3mm or 2-5mm.

Easihold Limitations
Easihold should be applied in accordance with our installation instructions and guidance. Easihold cannot receive turning wheeled traffic. For highly trafficked areas, care should be taken to use correct stone diameters and overall thicknesses.

Stone Diamater:
2mm to 20mm = Decorative to Light Usage
2mm to 10mm = Medium to Regular Usage

Overall Thickness Guidance:
The overall thickness should be 4 x the size of the largest stone.

Easihold is supplied in 5 litre or 25 litre plastic jerry cans.

If you are using a watering can for application, you can simply pour your Easihold into the watering can. Remember, Easihold air dries so do not leave in the watering can for too long!

If using holes drilled in a bucket, we would recommend you first pour Easihold into a small manageable container, like a jerry can. You can then pour the Easihold out and through the bucket using it as a sieve.

Easihold is a low viscosity sealer and prone to splashing. Remember to protect any working surfaces nearby.

Easihold Coverage Guidance:

Decorative
Coverage = 0.5 litres per m2 per coat x 2 coats
Total Amount = 1 litre per m2 in total

Light
Coverage = 0.75 litres per m2 per coat x 2 coats
Total Amount = 1.5 litres per m2 in total

Regular
Coverage = 1 litre per m2 per coat x 2 coats
Total Amount - 2 litres per m2 in total

Heavy
Coverage = 1 litre per m2 per coat x 3 coats
Total Amount = 3 litres per m2 in total

Application Thickness:
Easihold is an air drying product. Therefore care should be taken to not over saturate the working surface, or this may retard the curing time of the sealer. In the case of extreme excessive saturation, the surface will become too ‘wet’ to dry out. You should follow the coverage rate guidance for litres per m2, and also how many number of applications. 

Application Technique:
Easihold is applied using the rose of a watering can or plastic bucket with drilled holes. Drill the application vessel at least 1 inch apart and no more than 8 holes in the average watering can rose. The hole separation is important for consistency of application. Easihold can be applied using an airless sprayer designed for solvent based products. However, we do not recommend DIY application using this method due to inhalation of airborne particles without correct breathing apparatus.

Application Finish:
You can spread / smooth the stones in place using a trowel or a spatula – and this will help to disperse the Easihold amongst the aggregate mix. 

Aggregate Selection:
For optimal performance you must select the correct stone. Stone diameter, cleanliness and overall depth of the stones are all factors in determining the longevity of the Easihold system. See our Stone Guidance tables for more information. We recommend to use our washed and dried range of aggregate.

Application Process:
Step 1: Please ensure you have read our product datasheet for application instructions, and MSDS for health and safety advice in relation to this product.
Step 2: If you are using existing stones, ensure they are clean and dry. For new aggregates, please spread into place.
Step 3: Drill holes in the rose of your applicator (the rose of a watering can or bottom of a bucket). Read our ‘hints and tips’ for more advice.
Step 4: Pour the Easihold into your applicator, and use that to apply the Easihold in line with the advised coverage rate / m2 / application.
Step 5: Allow each coat to dry for 12-16 hours (temperature dependent) and then apply a second, or third application as needed.
Step 6: Ensure to give your Easihold a final finish using a trowel or spatula after each application, and allow to fully dry before usage.

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Vuba Pour on Resin Gravel Binder (Easihold)

Product Code :
V-EH-132

Special Offers:
Easihold is at a discounted price from 2018, and is now with FREE DELIVERY. Use offer code 'EASYVUBA' to have free standard delivery costs.

About Easihold:
Easihold is a solvented resin binder, designed to be poured over loose aggregate (stones, gravel etc) to prevent unwanted stone shedding and movement.

Easihold has become so popular because of its ease of use in comparison to alternative resin bound systems.

Stones bound with Easihold look exactly like natural aggregate, but are firmly held in place due to the crosslinking of polymer chains as the Easihold dries.

Why Choose Easihold?
Easy to use pour on resin system
No sub base required
Prevents unwanted loose stones
High Resin Solids Content
Innovative New Product

About Vuba:
Vuba is a pioneer of the resin industry, established over 10 years ago, we have developed a reputation as the leading innovator in the resin surfacing. Our products are trialled and tested at our research laboratory in East Yorkshire, ensuring quality innovation remains our guiding company ethos. We hope you enjoy your Vuba experience!

Alternative to Resin Bound:
Easihold is a cheaper, easier alternative to a standard resin bound binder. Easihold is perfect for landscaping features where it is not cost of time efficient to begin digging up and removing the existing surface. With Easihold, simply pour on, trowel smooth and you have your resin bound surfacing!

Aggregates
It is possible to apply Easihold over existing aggregates. Simply ensure that your aggregates are clean, dry and free from contamination. However, if you do not currently have aggregates. We would recommend using one of our pre-bagged Vuba Washed and Dried Aggregates, in sizes 1-3mm or 2-5mm.

Easihold Limitations
Easihold should be applied in accordance with our installation instructions and guidance. Easihold cannot receive turning wheeled traffic. For highly trafficked areas, care should be taken to use correct stone diameters and overall thicknesses.

Stone Diamater:
2mm to 20mm = Decorative to Light Usage
2mm to 10mm = Medium to Regular Usage

Overall Thickness Guidance:
The overall thickness should be 4 x the size of the largest stone.

Easihold is supplied in 5 litre or 25 litre plastic jerry cans.

If you are using a watering can for application, you can simply pour your Easihold into the watering can. Remember, Easihold air dries so do not leave in the watering can for too long!

If using holes drilled in a bucket, we would recommend you first pour Easihold into a small manageable container, like a jerry can. You can then pour the Easihold out and through the bucket using it as a sieve.

Easihold is a low viscosity sealer and prone to splashing. Remember to protect any working surfaces nearby.

Easihold Coverage Guidance:

Decorative
Coverage = 0.5 litres per m2 per coat x 2 coats
Total Amount = 1 litre per m2 in total

Light
Coverage = 0.75 litres per m2 per coat x 2 coats
Total Amount = 1.5 litres per m2 in total

Regular
Coverage = 1 litre per m2 per coat x 2 coats
Total Amount - 2 litres per m2 in total

Heavy
Coverage = 1 litre per m2 per coat x 3 coats
Total Amount = 3 litres per m2 in total

Application Thickness:
Easihold is an air drying product. Therefore care should be taken to not over saturate the working surface, or this may retard the curing time of the sealer. In the case of extreme excessive saturation, the surface will become too ‘wet’ to dry out. You should follow the coverage rate guidance for litres per m2, and also how many number of applications. 

Application Technique:
Easihold is applied using the rose of a watering can or plastic bucket with drilled holes. Drill the application vessel at least 1 inch apart and no more than 8 holes in the average watering can rose. The hole separation is important for consistency of application. Easihold can be applied using an airless sprayer designed for solvent based products. However, we do not recommend DIY application using this method due to inhalation of airborne particles without correct breathing apparatus.

Application Finish:
You can spread / smooth the stones in place using a trowel or a spatula – and this will help to disperse the Easihold amongst the aggregate mix. 

Aggregate Selection:
For optimal performance you must select the correct stone. Stone diameter, cleanliness and overall depth of the stones are all factors in determining the longevity of the Easihold system. See our Stone Guidance tables for more information. We recommend to use our washed and dried range of aggregate.

Application Process:
Step 1: Please ensure you have read our product datasheet for application instructions, and MSDS for health and safety advice in relation to this product.
Step 2: If you are using existing stones, ensure they are clean and dry. For new aggregates, please spread into place.
Step 3: Drill holes in the rose of your applicator (the rose of a watering can or bottom of a bucket). Read our ‘hints and tips’ for more advice.
Step 4: Pour the Easihold into your applicator, and use that to apply the Easihold in line with the advised coverage rate / m2 / application.
Step 5: Allow each coat to dry for 12-16 hours (temperature dependent) and then apply a second, or third application as needed.
Step 6: Ensure to give your Easihold a final finish using a trowel or spatula after each application, and allow to fully dry before usage.

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Prod Name Easihold
Size 5 Litres and 25 Litres
Composition Single Component Resin Binder
Appearance Satin
Availability Stock Item
Durability Highly Durable (Not suitable for vehicle traffic)
Thickness 40mm to 60mm Maximum
Substrates Easiting or New Stones
Ambient Temperature Above 5oC and below 25oC
Drying Time 12-16 Hours Intercoat Period, 24 to 48 Hours Full Traffic
Primer Required No Primer Required
Coverage Decorative: 1 Litre per m2 Light: 1.5 Litres per m2 Regular: 2 Litres per m2 Heavy: 3 Litres per m2
Typical Installations Decorative Stones, Pathways, Landscaping, Patios, Gardens.

Vuba Pour on Resin Gravel Binder (Easihold)  FAQ's

  • How do you apply the gravel binder?
    Application is simple. Drill larger holes through a watering can or a bucket, and sieve out the Easihold evenly across the gravel area. Each 20 litres is sufficient to seal and hold approximately 10m2.