Rust-Oleum Tarmacoat is a water based, flexible acrylic exterior floor and tarmac paint that can be used on a multitude of surfaces including; asphalt, concrete, pavements, bitumen, parking bays, tennis courts, playgrounds and more.
Rust-Oleum Tarmacoat is a very fast-drying multi-purpose single pack floor paint for exterior use as an overall floor coating or for line marking. Rust-Oleum Tarmacoat is a water based, flexible acrylic exterior floor paint that can be used on a multitude of surfaces including; asphalt, concrete, pavements, bitumen, parking bays, tennis courts, playgrounds and more.
Features & Benefits
- Rain-proof and recoatable after just one hour!
- Can be applied on slightly damp surfaces
- Excellent resistance to U.V. and weathering
- Water-based formulation, safe to use and virtually no odour
- Single pack, no mixing required
Rust-Oleum Tarmacoat will cure sufficiently in approximately 24 hours to accept light traffic (bicycle, car, etc.), but allow 48 hours before bringing the area back into full use (heavy traffic; truck, heftruck, etc.). Cold, damp or humid weather will delay curing. Apply by brush or medium pile type roller. Do not apply in areas which will be constantly under water.
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.
|Typical Coverage (per coat)||4m² per litre|
|Touch Dry||30 mins|
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|Dāsi on 02/05/2018|
How do you apply the product? Can anyone do it or it requires an expert hand?
Please download the Product Data Sheet from the 'Download' section on the product page for details of how to apply.
|gillian vance on 19/04/2018|
I have small patio area 20ft by 10 ft roughly the yorkstone slabs surface is off almost. they have been down 20 years do you think if i could coated them with tarmac paint it would last ok?
We would recommend first priming with Rust-Oleum 5220 Epoxyshield Sealer assuming the surface will be porous. Then you could apply 2 coats of Rust-Oleum Tarmacoat.
|Robert Gordon on 24/02/2018|
Hi I have a imprinted drive way and was wondering if this paint would be suitable to cover it I have took the last coat of sealer of with a pressure washer and am now down to bare concrete thanks
Rust-Oleum Tarmacoat can be applied to exterior concrete surfaces but will not 'infill' or 'hide' the imprinted pattern the concrete has it will only colour it.
|Jeff on 01/11/2017|
Question: Can these colours be mixed to make different shades?
If you are asking two different colours of standard Tarmacoat can be mixed together to achieve a different colour, then yes that is possible. But the responsibility as to the actual colour achieved, and for any additional mixings to be consistent, is entirely with yourself.
|Bob on 25/11/2016|
Question: Is the anti slip aggregate ready mixed in or can extra be added and are two coats preferable
Rust-Oleum Tarmacoat is a smooth coating so if you wish to produce a non-slip surface you would need to use one of the Rust-Oleum Non-Skid Additives which can either be mixed into the Tarmacoat or sprinkled into the freshly applied coating and overcoated once dry.
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