Frequently asked

First we wanted to have the façade with render. Now we have recently heard that this can also be sprayed with cork and it would have the same appearance? How does this work exactly? Using brick and block we must first build with brick and then cover with spray cork?

It’s the same principle as render, first it will be cemented to finish, then the cork will be sprayed.

You can also choose to not render with cement but you must consider that you maintain the brick or block structure after applying spray cork.  When the brick or block wall has a beautiful joint than it can also be applied directly to it.

We have a wooden chalet of 20 years old. Now my question is whether you can use spray cork to it when it is already under a thick coat of several paint and has weathered with the seasons?

Our advice is to first remove the paint and/or smooth sanding before applying the spray cork. If the substrate, in this case paint, was to peel then it is more than likely that the sprayed cork would come off with it.

An appointment is necessary if we only wish to buy the product?

The product will be only sold to certified installers and provided that they have been trained. Only in this way, we can guarantee the quality of the spray cork product.

Can you tell me whether the walls can also be smoothed instead of leaving the shape of the stones?

The walls must first be smoothed using cement before applying the spray cork, to prevent the shape of the substrate showing.

I would like to hear from you or the wallpaper may be left before applying spray cork?

We recommend not to apply spray cork on to wallpaper.

Is it possible to spray cork to a brick or block building so that you do not see the joints afterwards? With two layers of spray cork if necessary?

You will keep on seeing the structure underneath, also with several layers of spray cork.

A possible solution is to cement first and then to finish with spray cork.

I would like to know the price per square meter. Are there also premiums?

Price depends on what state your facade/wall is located, this can only be determined locally.

Premiums are not attached here.

I'm not sure whether to have spray cork or cavity wall insulation.

Cavity wall insulation is cheaper but does not take the cold bridges away like spray cork does. Spray cork is not only insulating but also has an aesthetic function.

Can cork be sprayed on the wall of a shower?

Yes, for that we have the waterproof system in our range, it is applied together with the spray cork.

Can I treat my Van/pickup with spray cork? Does it remove the condensation?

Your Van/pickup can be treated with spray cork. After applying spray cork the condensation is removed from the Van/pickup.

We would like to spray cork on the ceilings and walls. Can this also be done on a surface which is covered with textured wallpaper?

This is possible only if the textured wallpaper is in a good condition.

We can test to see if it is possible.

Should the jointing be in good condition or can spray cork be put over it and then the holes filled in?

The jointing must be in good condition, this is because the structure remains on the façade once it has been applied by spray cork.

Our advice is to perfectly finish the joint.



We are currently renovating. The question is whether your product is suitable for use as a bathroom floor? Is it also possible to use it on the walls in the shower?

Spray cork is suitable for the walls in the shower with the waterproof system.  Spray cork is not suitable as a flooring product.

While researching moisture problems I found Hydroment plaster, a moisture regulating plaster. Can spray cork be used on a moisture regulating plaster?

Yes, you can use such a plaster with spray cork.

Our property has thermal bridges. Can this be solved with spray cork?

Yes, spray cork is suitable to solve thermal bridges.

We would like to provide sound insulation on the ceiling in spray form? Is this possible?

The sound can be muted with spray cork, we recommend that 3 mm granular thickness is used with at least two sprayed layers.

Can spray cork be used on a damp inner wall?

Yes, spray cork can be applied to a damp inner wall.  We recommend a first visit to determine where the problem is coming from and how it can be solved.

I see that you insulate vans with spray cork, that's just for the sound or also for the heat? I use the van to transport my dogs. How long will it take about to cover the van completely? Is it also suitable for heat, how many degrees will stop off about?

Spray cork is both thermally and acoustically insulating, the sound reduction in a van could be ~ 8-10 decibels and the difference in the heat compared to the outside could be +/- 5-8 ° C.

Average time to apply spray cork is in a van +/- 3 days.

Who is the supplier / manufacturer of the product?

The product originated in Spain and was founded more than 15 years.

Is maintenance required? If so, what / how and how often?

There is no maintenance required, only if there would be dirt splashing against the wall, you can spray it with a garden hose, in slow presure.

Is there a warranty on the product spray cork?

Yes, there is a warranty of 10 years on the delivered product.

I would like to know whether you can put spray cork on a sandy layer of a wall which was previously plastered.

Spray cork can be applied to a sandy base layer, by applying first an extra additional adhesive layer.

To prevent further problems we first recommend a visit to the site.



We want to apply spray cork on the façade but would like to keep the lower board. Do you have a solution?

Yes, the solution is provided by Stone Coating, these are quartz particles that can be sprayed on to spray cork, so you will be able to retain your façade with board and also it protects the spray cork.

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