External Floor Paint
With a tough yet flexible formation, Polycote’s External Floor Paint is built to withstand the demands of the industrial environment. Our fast-drying polyurethane outdoor floor paint can be applied quickly and is extremely easy to use. Can be supplied in an anti-slip variation.
- Very tough and long lasting
- Single pack; extremely easy to use
- Two coats normally required
- Superb adhesion
- Large range of colours to allow demarcation
From Only: €82.80 (ex VAT)
External Floor Paint Product Details
External Floor Paint is a high solids content external coating. With an extremely tough yet flexible formulation, it copes well with the wear and tear of industrial yards and is oil and chemical resistant.
External Floor Paint is a single pack product, and is extremely easy to lay. The formulation offers short drying times and excellent adhesion, and it can be supplied as a smooth or slip resistant version.
Number of parts:1
Application Temperature:Above 5oC
Drying time:4 – 6 hours
Recoatable:After drying overnight
Coverage:5L – 30-40m2
Number of coats:2
Please consult the technical data sheet for full technical product data.
Preparation:Thorough substrate preparation is essential.The surface must be clean, dry and free from dirt, grease and other contamination. New concrete should be left for at least 3 months before painting, and a moisture check should be carried out to ensure this lies within acceptable limits. Hard concrete or granolithic surfaces should be treated with Polycote Etch IT to improve adhesion, and any surface grease or contamination chemically removed using Polycote Degrease IT. These treatments must be thoroughly rinsed off and the surface allowed to dry before painting. Pits and holes may be filled using Polycote Cretex products. Please refer to relevant Data Sheets.
Mixing:Stir thoroughly before use to ensure full dispersion of solids throughout the mix.
Apply by roller or brush. If the area has not previously been treated, thin the first coat with 10% White Spirit to improve penetration and adhesion working well into the surface. Apply full second coat. On previously sealed floors apply two full coats. On previously painted surfaces one full coat may provide adequate coverage.
Avoid applying too thickly – two normal coats produce a far better result than one thick one, which may hinder the drying out.