Blackfriar Professional Polyurethane Floor Paint

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Blackfriar Professional Polyurethane Floor Paint protects and transforms floors with an attractive, hard wearing finish.

ADVANTAGES

  • Durable polyurethane finish
  • Prevents concrete dusting
  • Resistant to grease, oil and weak solutions of acid and alkali
  • Apply to previously painted surfaces
  • Interior/Exterior use
  • Brush or roller application
  • Can be produced in any RAL, BS or NCS colour
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Product Description

Ideal for most surfaces including wood, concrete, cement, metal and brickwork and is specially formulated to resist oil and grease. Now available in 7 standard colours and can be mixed to any RAL, BS or NCS colour except metallic or fluorescent shades.

Recommended Uses

  • Wood
  • Concrete
  • Cement
  • Metal
  • Brickwork

Blackfriar Professional Polyurethane Floor Paint is a trade quality product making it ideal for indoor and outdoor industrial and domestic surfaces. It is now available in 7 standard colours and can be mixed to any RAL, BS or NCS colour except metallic or fluorescent shades.

Preparation

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 Polyurethane Floor Paint.

Application

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 Floor Sealer followed by 1-2 coats of Blackfriar Professional Polyurethane Floor Paint. On previously painted surfaces apply 1-2 coats as required. Blackfriar Professional Polyurethane 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 Floor Sealer prior to applying 1-2 coats of Blackfriar Professional Polyurethane 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.

Technical Data

Typical Coverage (per coat)12-14m² per litre
ApplicationBrush, Roller
The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.

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Questions



questions stewart on 25/07/2018
Question: 

Hi, does this need undercoat if painting rubbed down railings ?

Answer: 

Blackfriar Professional Polyurethane Floor Paint is not for use on railings, assuming you have previously painted, metal railings that need re-painting we would instead recommend Rust-Oleum CombiColor.

questions Lisa Courtney on 14/04/2018
Question: 

Can this be used on stair treads? Thank you

Answer: 

Assuming the surfaces to be painted are suitably prepared wood, concrete or metal then yes. However, surfaces are slippery when wet, to ensure slip resistance the floor must be kept dry when in use. Alternatively to ensure better slip resistance you could use Blackfriar Professional Anti-Slip Floor Paint.

questions Reg on 07/11/2017
Question: Was interested in polyurethane floor paint for outside use given the wide colour range. However I notice it's only in gloss. Are there any alternatives to get a Matt stone colour? Thanks
Answer: 

Rust-Oleum 7200 Floorcoat PU is available in nearly all RAL and BS colours and is available in a Satin Finish.

questions Lesley on 05/10/2017
Question: Hi,
Can this product be used on exterior concrete steps? If so, would I need to use a primer first?
Many thanks
Answer: 

On bare or new surfaces first apply Blackfriar Professional Solvent Based Floor Sealer followed by 1-2 coats of Blackfriar Professional Polyurethane Floor Paint.

questions Daniel on 12/08/2017
Question: Hi, can I use this paint on a concrete floor that has previously been treated with a solvent based sealant? I used Ronseal concrete seal, then discovered I could not paint over with the product I had bought. Really need a paint I can use in this application.
Answer: 

We have no knowledge of the Ronseal product but assuming it can be overpainted with Solvent Based floor paints then Blackfriar Professional Polyurethane Floor Paint should be fine to use.

  

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