Floor Application Kit from Rawlins Paints provides all the application equipment needed to apply conventional floor paints and coatings to a professional standard. The application of floor coatings is often crucial to their performance, so it is important to use the right tools to ensure a lasting finish. Each kit contains: 12" Roller,...
Blackfriar Professional Line Marking Paint
Blackfriar Professional Line Marking Paint is a quick drying, long-lasting marking paint for bare concrete, asphalt and painted floors. Ideal for factories, schools, car parks and public areas.
- 30 minute drying time.
- Solvent-based with excellent resistance to abrasion and cleaning products.
- Ideal for domestic, commercial and industrial traffic areas.
- Indoor and outdoor use.
- Brush or roller application.
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Blackfriar Professional Line Marking Paint is a quick drying and durable paint which provides clear, long-lasting markings on concrete, tarmac and painted surfaces. Ideal for indoor and outdoor use on kerbs, factory floors, car parks, schools and public areas.
Key features & benefits
- Gives a durable finish with excellent resistance to abrasion and harsh cleaning products.
- Indoor and outdoor use.
First ensure the surface to be painted is clean, thoroughly dry, and free from powdery deposits. If you are marking new concrete, make sure its has had at least 6 months to dry out before coating.
Before use, stir the paint well with a broad stirrer. Apply by brush, roller or line marking machine. If applying by brush, apply a generous, even coat with the minimum of brushing. For best results, apply 2 coats. Do not apply this paint in damp, wet, or excessively hot conditions.
Please note that Blackfriar Professional Line Marking Paint is not suitable for use as a floor paint, only for marking lines.
30 minutes in good conditions.
Approximately 6m²/litre per coat depending on the porosity of the surface.
Remove as much product from application equipment as possible before washing. Do not empty into drains or watercourses. Some local authorities have special facilities for the disposal of waste coatings.
Please contact Rawlins Paints' Technical Support Team on 0113 2455450 for more information.
- Blackfriar Professional
- Base Type
- Solvent Based
- Interior/Exterior Use
- Suitable Substrates
- Concrete, Asphalt and Painted Floors
- Brush, Roller
- 6-8m² per litre
- Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
- Do Not Thin
- Touch Dry
- 30 Mins
- UN Number
|michael allison on 2021-11-02 13:06:25|| |
Can this paint be removed at a later date? Looking for a temporary option only. if so, how would this paint be removed?
This paint is not designed as a temporary solution, removal from a substrate will only be possible by mechanical means.
For a more temporary option we can recommend Rust-Oleum Line Marking Paint.
These will wear off over time but still not classsed as removable.
|Anthony Woodley on 2021-09-16 12:22:46|| |
Can this paint be used on metal and can it be used to paint over existing paint. Can it help stop rust.
This paint can be used on painted surfaces, tarmac and concrete but not metal.
Assuming the metal is steel, it is not a floor or area that is walked on, clean, dry, sound and prepared as detailed in the technical data sheet we can recommend Rust-Oleum 3369/3380 CombiPrimer Anti-Corrosion followed by Rust-Oleum CombiColor Original.
|Linda on 2018-05-10 13:42:26|| |
Can this be used on a wooden parquet floor in a village hall to mark badminton lines? The floor has recently been refinished with an acrylic floor varnish.
Both Blackfriar Professional Line Marking Paint and Blackfriar Line Marking Spray, will be OK for this application. They will bond to an acrylic varnish and give a good level of durability.
|Andy on 2018-03-15 13:00:49|| |
Hi what is the drying time on this applied on asphalt this time of year?
The product data sheet states 'Dry in 30 minutes under normal conditions (20°C 50% R/H)', to give an accurate answer we'd need to know the estimated temperature and Relative Humidity for your application but assuming it is going to be cooler than 20°C and higher than 50% R/H it could be considerably longer.
|D Parnell on 2016-11-26 11:48:52|| |
Question: Is this line marking paint also fluorescent?