Rust-Oleum 5800 Epoxy Rapid WB


Rapid curing epoxy floor paint for inside use. For garages, warehouses, showrooms, corridors, indoor car parks, workshops etc.

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Product Description

Rapid curing epoxy floor paint for inside use. For garages, warehouses, showrooms, corridors, indoor car parks, workshops etc.
  • Overcoatable after just 3 hours
  • Available in matt or gloss finish
  • Water-based, so no odour and safe to use
  • Excellent flow
  • Nice smooth finish, easy to clean
  • Ample application time (4 hours)
Rust-Oleum® Epoxy Rapid WB 5800 can be applied on cleaned, sound mineral substrates, sound and well prepared previous coatings. The product can be applied directly on porous substrates; a special primer is not needed.

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.

Technical Data

Typical Coverage (per coat)6m² per litre
Touch Dry2 Hours
ApplicationBrush, Roller, Spray
The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.


Customer agrees that before placing an Order, Customer has read and understood the most up to date Product Data Sheet for the Product. Where we have access to the Product Data Sheet from the manufacturer, we will either provide a copy on request, or include a link to the Product Data Sheet available on the manufacturer’s website. Customer further agrees that we have no liability for any errors or omissions contained within the Product Data Sheets. For more information, please see our Terms & Conditions of Sale.


questions Terry Richards on 09/11/2017
Question: Hi, I have a new 28 square meter concrete garage floor, please advise:
1. how long should I allow concrete curing time before painting?
2. Quantity & product to clean, prepare floor?
3. Quantity & product to pre seal floor?
4. Quantity & product to paint floor & number of coatings?
The rear garage wall is floor to ceiling double glazed units and paint product will therefore need to tolerate high levels UV light without dis-colouring over time. Thank you for your assistance.

Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint is an exceptionally hard-wearing, high performance, easy-to-clean 2-pack solvent based floor coating ideal for indoor and outdoor use. Provides outstanding resistance to a wide range of chemicals. Non-yellowing, excellent colour fastness.


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. Prepared surfaces with residual oil contamination should be primed with Blackfriar Professional Oil Tolerant Primer. New concrete must be left for at least 6 months before applying Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint. Power-floated floors should either be blast tracked or treated with Blackfriar Professional Acid Etch followed by thorough rinsing. New or exposed bare concrete should be primed with Blackfriar Professional Water Based Epoxy Floor Primer.

Based on 28m² (assuming your floor is NOT power-floated) you would require;

1 x 5L Blackfriar Professional Epoxy Floor Primer
1 x 5L Blackfriar Professional High Traffic Floor Paint (allowing for the recommended two coats)

questions Rob Jones on 09/10/2017
Question: Hi there, I have a worn out garage floor that has previously been painted but now the paint has worn and lifted in places. I keep getting white powder building up even though I have tried different sealers. If I coat the floor with Everbuild 908 DPM to stop the damp rising, can I then coat with epoxy paint and if so which one would be most suitable? Or do you have a product that would do both?

Remove all existing coating from floor and apply 402 Damp Proof Coating. Download all product data sheets from the 'DATASHEETS' tab and read thoroughly before use.

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