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MINIMUM PREPARATION, MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE


Trust the new yellow bag and bottle for minimum preparation and maximum performance guaranteed, with the brand new smoothing underlayment product, Stopgap 1200 Pro, from F. Ball and Co. Ltd.


When F. Ball and Co. Ltd. look toward the development of a new product, or range of products, their initial remit is always with the UK’s community of contract flooring professionals in mind. Ever vigilant and responsive, the F. Ball team make a point of listening to the troops at the front line; they understand exactly what is required to not only deliver the guaranteed perfect finish, but to make the contractor's life easier and the project more profitable.


With this in mind, the F. Ball team of chemists recently turned their attention to developing and creating an all new product to complement the already extensive range of underlayments. So, in May, the new Stopgap 1200 Pro, with its distinctive and instantly recognisable yellow bag and bottle, entered the


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marketplace to a universal reception, exceeding all expectations.


For too long, contract flooring professionals had been waiting for a smoothing underlayment that can deliver guaranteed optimum performance when applied over old adhesive residues. Now widely available, this technically superior product is here to stay.


If you’ve not already heard the industry buzz, Stopgap 1200 Pro is the new ‘must have’ smoothing underlayment for the contract flooring professional. It’s formulated to guarantee the delivery of a successful flooring installation where residual contamination of old adhesive is an issue, without the costly and time consuming task of removing all adhesive residues, and in most cases, without priming!


Image by Brajeff Flooring. F76 and 1200 pro, 300m2


on a school www.tomorrowsfl ooring.com


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