Friday, 14 October 2011

CRAPULITE® - building material of the future

It is with no small measure of pride (and indeed a huge dollop of smugness) that The Secret Laboratory is able to release details of its latest invention, CRAPULITE®

This open-textured, lightweight yet strong medium is ideal for repairing large gaps in crumbling masonry or rotting timberwork.

CRAPULITE® is produced from a readily available and sustainable source of recycled material, combined with an all-purpose filler in a secret process known as “shredding and mixing”. The high content of tabloid material renders CRAPULITE® impervious to bookworm. With a skim of rendering and a lick of paint, even your surveyor won’t know it’s CRAPULITE®.

The Secret Laboratory is in the process of negotiating exclusive rights with the construction company Bodgitt & Leggit of Purley.

1 comment:

  1. I'm thinking I should build a CRAPULITE® dome and live in it for a week, as proof of principle.