Coo-Var Floor Sealer
Coo-Var Floor Sealer is a low cost, clear, semi-gloss sealer for suitably prepared concrete, wood, metal and GRP. A clear floor coating to help with the prevention of dusting.
- Low cost
- External/Internal use
- Prevents dusting
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Coo-Var Floor Sealer is ideal where a low cost clear, semi-gloss sealer is required. It can be used internally and externally on suitably prepared concrete, wood, metal and GRP. A clear floor coating to help with the prevention of dusting.
Coo-Var Floor Sealer is ideal where a low cost sealer for is required. Interior and Exterior. Can be used on suitably prepared concrete, wood, metal and GRP.
All surfaces should be clean, dry, sound and free from contaminants. Concrete - power floated, granolithic and smooth surfaces should be roughened first to provide a good "key" for the paint. This can bedone mechanically by abrading or blasting, or chemically, using Coo-Var Acid Etch. These processes will have the advantage in addition to preparing the surface of also removing dirt and laitance. New concrete must be allowed to cure thoroughly which can take up to 3 months.
As dictated by normal good painting practice. In confined spaces provide adequate ventilation during application and drying.
10% thinned Coo-Var Floor Sealer
Coo-Var Floor Paint if required.
Please contact Rawlins Paints' Technical Support Team on 0113 2455450 for more information.
- Interior / Exterior Use
- Interior and Exterior
- For Use On
- Concrete, Wood, Metal, GRP
- Application Method
- Brush, Roller
- Single, Two or Three Pack
- Pack Size
- Brush, Roller
- 10-12m² per litre
- Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
- Thinners 14
- Solids by Volume
- Touch Dry
- 4 Hours
- Semi Gloss
- UN Number
|Carol on 2020-11-29 22:15:30|| |
Is there a minimum temperature for using this paint? I have prepared the garage floor but now the temperature has dropped to around 2C and I’m not sure if this is ok. (I realise it will affect the drying time of course)
We would not recommend application at those temperatures.
The surface temperature of the substrate should at least 10°C.
|A on 2020-04-08 08:53:43|| |
Can this be applied to a kitchen floor that has already been sealed using Blackfriar Professional Water Based Floor Sealer? If no, can you recommend any clear floor coating that could be used in this circumstance?
Coo-Var Floor Sealer is designed to be used on bare surfaces to seal the surface for the prevention of dusting. This can be used as a finishing coat on bare surfaces.
We would recommend removal of the previous coating prior to use.
If you wish to try it over the previous coating, abrade and clean the surface prior to testing compatibility on a small area first.
|Dan on 2019-07-08 07:29:29|| |
I applied this to a newly self leveled floor 36 hours ago and it has turned the floor green. I am assuming some reaction has occurred to cause this. Any advice?
We would need to exactly which self levelling product was used to be able to advise, could you forward data sheets to our Technical Team to review on [email protected]
|Andy on 2019-04-01 11:42:56|| |
Could this be used to seal an outdoor concrete area which has been painted with masonary paint?
Provided that the Masonry paint is in good condition, sound, well adhered and is thoroughly cleaned beforehand, this should be fine.
|josie on 2019-03-24 15:30:05|| |
could this be used to coat over natural slate tiles ? I just moved house and the floor in the kitchen is natural slate. its constantly rubbing away. I know I can seal it but this means doing it every 6 months and I just don't have the time for it. I like the floor though and don't particularly want to get a whole new floor. I watched a video a while back someone doing some crazy flooring and it was topped with some gloss type looking stuff to finish. I was hoping this would do the same thing but over my slate tiles so I can just use it like a normal floor ???
Unfortuantely Coo-Var Floor Sealer would not be suitable for this application.
|Graham Burton on 2019-02-26 20:06:28|| |
What does "suitably prepared concrete" mean please?
All surfaces should be clean, dry, sound and free from contaminants.
Concrete - power floated, granolithic and smooth surfaces should be roughened first to provide a good "key" for the paint. This can be done mechanically by abrading or blasting, or chemically, using Coo-Var Acid Etch. These processes will have the advantage in addition to preparing the surface of also removing dirt and laitance. New concrete must be allowed to cure thoroughly which can take up to 3 months.