Rust-Oleum 5220 Epoxyshield Sealer
Rust-Oleum 5220 Epoxyshield® Sealer is a one-component, water-based, concrete sealer based on a vinyl acrylic binder:
- Reduces dust production on concrete
- Protects against liquid and chemical spills
- Suitable for garage floors
- Quick drying and easy to apply
- Water based, cost-effective, quick drying
- Single pack, easy to apply
- Non-yellowing clear finish (gloss)
- Protects against moisture and road salts
- Touch dry after just 1 hour
- Ideal primer for EpoxyShield® ULTRA coatings
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.
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|P Storey on 13/05/2018|
I'm thinking of sealing my garage floor using Rust-Oleum 5220 Epoxyshield Sealer. Can I apply a standard floor paint on top of the Sealer? Thanks.
After application of Rust-Oleum 5220 Epoxyshield Sealer if a coloured topcoat is required we recommend Rust-Oleum 5200 Epoxyshield Ultra is used.
|Tom lester on 04/02/2018|
Can l lay underlay and carpet on top of this product
Yes once Rust-Oleum 5220 Epoxyshield Sealer has fully cured.
|PJ on 01/02/2018|
Hi I would like to have a clear finish on my new kitchen extention concrete floor which has been power floated. Is this EpoxyShield Sealer appropriate to use on this floor and in such a hi traffic area (using the two coats recommended) many thanks
Rust-Oleum 5220 Epoxyshield Sealer cannot be applied on smooth or very dense concrete or concrete which contains curing compound. As this is a power floated floor it would limit the adhesion that may be obtained between substrate and paint. This would also be true for any alternatives we might consider.
We can of course provide a clear hard wearing floor system, but in order to do so, you would need to “open up” the surface by way of grinding or blasting and whilst this would assist with the adhesion, the consequence of course would be removing the very smooth appearance.
If you are happy with this compromise we would then recommend the application of something like Rust-Oleum 4900 Polycoat 2K instead. However we would recommend carrying out a trial first to ensure adhesion, appearance, performance, etc. are all acceptable.
|nick on 09/07/2017|
Question: can i use this outside
No, but the Coo-Var Floor Sealer can.
|Jennifer on 03/05/2017|
Question: Can you use this product on a wooden floor?
No, you can see suitable products here: Wood Floor Finishes.
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