Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint
Manufacturer: Blackfriar Professional
Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint is suitable for concrete, cement, brickwork, masonry, wood, stone, and metal surfaces:
- Excellent slip-resistance
- Tough and durable coating
- Resists grease and oil
- Resists light foot traffic
- For interior/exterior use
- Ideal for light industrial, commercial and domestic floors
- Economic and suitable for DIY projects
Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint is a tough, durable, high opacity floor coating, containing special aggregates for outstanding slip resistance it is suitable for concrete, masonry, wood and metal surfaces.
Providing an attractive, tough and durable professional anti slip finish, this floor coating is suitable for surfaces such as brickwork, concrete, cement, wood, metal and stone.
Its special formulation stops the dusting of concrete surfaces and resists grease, oil and weak solutions of acid and alkali - making it ideal for light industrial and domestic floors.
Features & Benefits
- Tough and durable coating
- Resists grease and oil
- Resists light foot traffic
- Aggregated finish for total slip-resistance.
- Indoor and outdoor use
- Ensure the surface to be painted is sound, clean, dry and free from grease or any substance liable to give adhesion problems
- Scrape off any old or flaking paint until you have a firm surface
- Special attention should be given to areas under cars to ensure all oil, grease, dirt and road salt is removed
- New concrete must be left for at least 6 months before applying Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint
- Stir thoroughly before use
- Apply with a brush or roller working the paint in any surface imperfections
- On bare or new surfaces first apply Blackfriar Professional Solvent Based Floor Sealer followed by 1-2 coats of Blackfriar Professional Anti- Slip Floor Paint
- On previously painted surfaces apply 1-2 coats as required
Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint is not suitable for use over PVC, thermoplastic tiles, quarry tiles, asphalt floors or granolithic concrete.
Do not apply it on concrete surfaces treated with alkali containing liquids, areas subjected to rising damp or areas treated with PVA bonding solutions.
If concrete floors are very smooth then pre-treat with Blackfriar Professional Acid Etch followed by Blackfriar Professional Solvent Based Floor Sealer prior to applying 1- 2 coats of Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint.
Surfaces are slippery when wet. To ensure slip resistance the floor must be kept dry when in use.
The use of protective mats will help preserve the surface under tyres.
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|Maxine lloyd on 12/12/2018|
Can i use this on smooth floor tiles
|C Moore on 05/12/2018|
Can this product be used on black ceramic floor tiles if so how much for a large living room
|shannon-louise on 04/12/2018|
Hi I have a blue Lino wet room floor can I use this to paint over ? Thanks
|Richard on 29/11/2018|
Can you wash roller or brush with water after use with this paint
Clean Up for this products is as follows; Remove as much product from application equipment as possible before washing with Blackfriar Brush Cleaner or White Spirits. Do not empty into drains or watercourses. Some local authorities have special facilities for the disposal of waste coatings.
|Mrs vivienne boardman on 16/11/2018|
Hi, I am looking for a paint for my front door step in either a grey or concrete colour can you recommend anything please, I don't want red. or black thankyou. V boardman
Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint is available in Light Grey or Mid Grey as well as White, Black, Tile Red and Green.
|Amita on 11/11/2018|
Hi, Can this paint be used on ceramic floor tiles? Thanks
|Peter Mawer on 19/09/2018|
I have a hardwood doorstep, that I would like to paint grey. Would this product be good to use? I will sand step down to bare wood.
Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint will be fine for this. If you are sanding back to bare wood the first coat may be thinned with white spirit 10% to act as a sealer coat. Then apply 2 full coats unthinned. Note: The anti slip aggregate will make it harder to clean the step if using a cloth or sponge, a scrubbing brush would be required.
|Neil Storey on 02/08/2018|
Can I use your paint on a patterned concrete drive.
In general patterned concrete driveways are usually finished with a shiny/sealed surface which prevents good adhesion of subsequent paints. If this is not the case or you are able to prepare the surface to provide a suitable key for paints to adhere to then we would instead recommend considering Rust-Oleum Tarmacoat or Coo-Var Tennis Court & Drive Paint after adhesion tests.
|Gary Wilson on 27/07/2018|
Can you use this on quarry tiles?
Quarry tiles are difficult to get paint to adhere to, we would not recommend Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint for this surface.
|Michelle on 03/07/2018|
Hi, I have a concrete floor with old paint. I need to paint a commercial kitchen floor (anti slip). do i need to remove the old paint or just paint on top? Thanks
Ideally you would always remove any existing coatings and apply something like 503 Easy Clean Anti Slip Coating or 502 HD Anti Slip Coating to a suitably prepared concrete floor. However there are instances where existing coatings can be over painted as long as they are well adhered, compatible and thoroughly cleaned and abraded to provide a key for the next product to be applied to. Always start with a small trial area when overcoating to check for compatibility, adhesion, etc.
|Heather on 07/06/2018|
Can this be used outside for back door steps? Thanks
Provided the steps are wood or concrete, (i.e. not tiled or anything else) then yes it will be suitable. Usual preparation should be carried our prior to painting, i.e. clean, dry, loose flaking paint removed, mould treated etc.
|Thomas Bennett on 07/05/2018|
I drive a Renault Kangoo adapted to accept a power chair with an access ramp at the back of the vehicle. My chair is equipped with solid tyres and sometimes they slip when contacting the metal plate at the bottom of the ramp. Would your Blackfriars paint overcome this problem?
To create an anti-slip surface on metal we would instead recommend Smartkote Protectakote UVR. The metal surface should first be prepared and primed with the appropriate primer (as per manufacturers instructions), see Smarkote Protectakote UVR Product Data Sheet for more details.
|Donald Brannan on 29/04/2018|
Good morning, I have an area of decking approx. 6m x4m, and I am looking at the best anti slip solution for this. I have looked at the screw down strips you sell, and they do seem ideal. However, I am on a restricted budget, and wonder what type/cost of paint you could offer. The area does get quite damp and slippy due to its location in the garden, and previous decking oil/paints have not lasted. Thanks in advance Donald.
We recommend Smartkote Safekote for timber decking.
|Sarah on 29/03/2018|
Can this paint be used over interior tiles that are now exterior? (they were interior as in a conservatory but now exposed as conservatory knocked down and pergola erected instead)
|Jon on 21/03/2018|
Would this be suitable for application over previously painted steel stair treads?
Yes, on previously painted surfaces, after preparation apply 1-2 coats as required.
|Tracy Russ on 24/02/2018|
Would this be suitable for concrete stairs case from a first floor flat?
New concrete must be left for at least 6 months before applying Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint. On bare or new surfaces first apply Blackfriar Professional Solvent Based Floor Sealer followed by 1-2 coats of Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint. On previously painted surfaces apply 1-2 coats as required. Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint is not suitable for use over granolithic concrete. Do not apply it on concrete surfaces treated with alkali containing liquids, areas subjected to rising damp or areas treated with PVA bonding solutions. If concrete floors are very smooth then pre-treat with Blackfriar Professional Acid Etch followed by Blackfriar Professional Solvent Based Floor Sealer prior to applying 1- 2 coats of Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint. Surfaces are slippery when wet. To ensure slip resistance the floor must be kept dry when in use.
|Sarah on 27/01/2018|
Is this ideal for motorbikes to go over. I'm looking to put this on the entrance to my garage which is sloped and slippy. It is paving slabs which gets slippy when wet and therefore the bike tyres slip.
Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint should be OK for this type of situation.
For best performance the surface preparation will need to be thorough, no grease or dirt present. Substrate must also be completely dry when paint is applied. (It may be better to wait for better weather before tackling the job).
Thin the first coat to act as a sealer, add approx. 10% white spirit for the sealer coat. Then apply 2 full coats. The paint coating will take up to a week to fully harden, you will need to take care during this time not to damage the coating. When it starts to show signs of wear another coat can be applied.
|D Britton on 12/04/2017|
Question: Is Blackfriars anti slip paint suitable for external concrete
Yes it is. Please see the TDS (Technical Data Sheet) available to download from the 'DATASHEETS' tab on the product page for full information on preparation and application.
|Brenda Snoswell on 08/03/2017|
Will the anti slip paint be OK to paint over ceramic tiles on our outside step. Thanks
Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint will not be suitable for this application. A suitable system would be to prime the tiles with 3333 Super Adhesive Primer Handy Pack followed by Rust-O-Thane 9200 Handy Pack with Rust-Oleum Non-Skid Additive NS 200 incorporated to produce an anti-slip finish.
|Robert Rutledge on 22/07/2016|
Is this product suitable for a small engineering workshop where the equipment uses neat oil as coolant and therefore many splashes, what preparation is required to the floor that has previously been painted with Watco paint which doesn't stand up?
Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint may not last too long if any oil contamination is allowed to sit on the surface for any length of time. Oil spillages must be wiped up promptly to avoid the paint softening. A stronger paint would be the Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint and to broadcast 504 Standard Anti Slip Aggregate into the first coat to give the anti slip properties. Then apply a second coat to seal in the aggregate.
To prepare the floor remove all failing coatings back to a clean sound surface. Remove any oil contamination using the Blackfriar Professional Degreaser & Cleaner. If there is still a sound paint coating present either product, (Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint or Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint), should be OK to go straight over the previous coating. Note In some instances the High Traffic Floor Paint can react with recently applied single pack floor paints. If the old paint coating is not in great condition then a complete diamond disc grind to remove all paint would be best preparation. You would then need to prime the bare surface with the relevant primer depending on which top coat you are using (Blackfriar Professional Floor Sealer for Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint and Blackfriar Professional Epoxy Floor Primer for Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint. The paint system must be allowed to cure for 5 days minimum from the application of the last coat before subjecting the coating to any oil contamination.
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