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Leyland Trade Heavy duty Slate Satin Floor & tile paint, 5L
A washable, slate floor & tile paint in a satin finish. Covers 11m² per litre and dries in 12 hours.
- 11m² coverage
- Ensure surfaces are clean, dry & free from dirt.
Features and benefits
- Provides a protective satin finish
- Tough and durable
- Based on polyurethane alkyd resins to withstand spillage and repeated cleaning
- Resistant to mild chemicals, water, oil and grease
- Ideal for use on concrete, steel and wooden floors in light to medium traffic areas
Health and safety
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|Application method||Brush or roller|
|Drying time||12 h|
|Product type||Floor & tile paint|
|Recoat time||6 hours|
|Suitable for||Concrete, steel & wood|
|Minimum touch dry time||1h|
|VOC level||Very high|
Works for me!!
Rodgerredhat - 3 months ago
Unsure why this gets a bad review. I painted my garage floor three years ago and each year gave it a new coat. It’s as I’d expect, 99.9% perfect. Sure, you get dinks in it from dropped tools/bikes etc that can expose the concrete beneath, but that’s to be expected. Normal wear and tear from five bicycles, three motorcycles and heavy use of a dryer and accessed pretty much every day our floor still looks great.
My top tips...
1. Get yourself some quick drying spray paint to spray over any damage for the time after you’re using the floor over the next twelve months - I use a luminous spray paint that serves both to seal any dinks and give me a reminder of when/where to repair - one look at my garage and you can see the high use/drop sites.
2. Treat your concrete floor with a 50/50 PVA/water mix before painting - helps adhesion. Worked for me.
3. Give it three or four coats to begin with, I did.
4. Give it a new coat yearly regardless of condition, over the years it will build up to a nice thick layer.
5. Give it plenty of time to dry - 24hrs before touching, 48hrs before walking, 1 week before heavy traffic/bikes are allowed.
6. Paint using a brush around the edges, paint using a roller for the big bits. Add it on liberally but not runny-thick. Make sure you get the correct roller brush type for the condition of your concrete.
7. Remove as much lose concrete/old paint first, but I didn’t go mad - I certainly didn’t sand down my floor, just used a spade to remove any lose paint from the previous owner. And then vacuumed to remove as much dust as possible.
Not worth the money
Unhappyface - 3 years ago
Done to instructions and even left the room unused to dry however as soon as you drop anything on it, or you wipe something off it the paint comes back up/peels off. Now I have to try take it all back off again. If I could give it a 0 I would....waste of money!!!