Polar Premium Patio Floor Paint - Dark Grey - 5 Litre - Ideal For Stone & Concrete - Smooth Attractive Finish - Use On Garden Patio & Pathway Flags - UV Resistant - Easy To Apply

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Polar Premium Patio Floor Paint - Dark Grey - 5 Litre - Ideal For Stone & Concrete - Smooth Attractive Finish - Use On Garden Patio & Pathway Flags - UV Resistant - Easy To Apply

Polar Premium Patio Floor Paint - Dark Grey - 5 Litre - Ideal For Stone & Concrete - Smooth Attractive Finish - Use On Garden Patio & Pathway Flags - UV Resistant - Easy To Apply

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EXTERIOR USE - Specially designed for adding a finishing touch to garden patios. Works perfectly on concrete, stone flags and patio paving slabs. The ideal solution for decorating patios, driveways and garden pathways. Our 5 Litre tin covers 55㎡ - We have your patio covered, no matter the size. When it comes to ideas and colour schemes, it’s often more important to consider what you personally would like to achieve with your garden space. It’s entirely possible to use regular masonry paint to paint your patio slabs although you will need to take additional steps to ensure it withstands the elements and regular foot traffic. If your patio has grease, moss and/or mould on it, however, invest in a decent patio cleaner like Brintons Patio Magic to give it a thorough clean and leave it to dry fully. Make sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions.

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we stand behind our products. If for some reason our products do not meet your expectations, please refer to So, what paint can you use on outdoor concrete patios? Well, there are a number of products on the market that are designed with concrete floors in mind. These have been specially formulated to withstand footfall and will not fail once water begins to pool on the surface. What Is The Best Paint For Concrete Patios?

Currently, greys are all the rage due to their timeless look and ability to work with any given garden scheme. Choose a lighter grey such as Goose Grey for a more modern look or something on the darker side such as Anthracite Grey if you don’t want to worry about the upkeep of the patio so much as it’ll make it difficult to notice as the patio gets dirtier. Important: Apply only in dry conditions - ideally the coating should avoid rainfall for 2 days where possible.

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It’s often concrete patio slabs that get painted, as they typically lose their appeal and are one of the easiest materials to paint. If you have natural stone or similar, think about trying to restore them to their former glory — a jet wash and/or patio cleaner should to reveal their natural beauty and appeal once again. A Step-by-Step Guide to Painting Patio Slabs At Promain, we are home to a large selection of patio paint and slab paints, including a range of protectors, sealers and sealants that can be used on many different patio slab surfaces. We make it our priority to ensure that we have patio paints that are suitable for all of our customers and their needs as well as making sure that they are suitable for use in different exterior and outdoor environments that have paving and paving slabs. We also offer a range of patio paving slab sealers to customers across the UK and our range of slab products have all been sourced to the highest standards. What's more, is we only supply industry-leading products, so you can rest assured that you’ve come to the right place for paving slabs and patio paint when you choose Promain. As experts in coatings, sealants and paint, our paving slab paint can help you to renovate your exterior area or patio space so what are you waiting for? Simply use our range of products today, we will help you to transform your patio or exterior space today. Slab Paint Masonry paint is not designed to take the wear and tear from foot fall that a floor must endure, which is why floor paints are specifically designed

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additional information, such as batch codes, product photos, etc. to properly service your request. Please note: When working with Resincoat Outdoor Patio Paint, it is possible for you to wash your tools, brushes and rollers with warm, soapy water once you have completed your project. Just make sure you prep well and use the right paint to get the maximum out of your painted patio. Is It Worth Painting Patio Slabs? Once applied ensure the floor is not subject to any contamination as this could cause the coating to fail. To clean any dirt, oil and surface efflorescence, apply an acid wash to the patio. After application, use a jetwash to wash it away. Aside from cleaning the patio, the acid wash has an additional benefit in that it gives the concrete a more porous surface with which the paint can absorb in to. Step 3: Painting

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Remember to ensure that you’re painting during good weather conditions. You should aim to paint when there’s a spell of 3-4 days of decent weather. Method Two – Using Pliolite Masonry Paint and Sealing There are a range of patio slab paint options available, this includes paints and coatings for concrete paving slabs. At Promain Paint we supply a large range of patio slab paints and products that are all suitable for exterior areas including patios and paving slabs. The paint products that we provide are easy to apply and as well as providing an excellent finish, they will also ensure a durable surface that provides protection. When looking for concrete paving slab paint, at Promain we will provide you with a stain resistant coating that will also be resistant to a range of weather conditions. Simply view our range of products online today. How well you prep your patio before painting and what types of paint you use will make a big difference. A well-prepped patio with the right paint applied correctly could last another couple of years. A poorly prepped patio using the wrong paint won’t last long at all. My preferred concrete paint, and the one that I’ve tried and tested many times, is Resincoat Outdoor Patio Paint. This concrete flag paint comes in an attractive matt finish which not only looks good but also ensures you don’t make your patio more slippery after painting it thus saving you from potential injuries. As with method one, cut in sections of 1m2 with a masonry brush and then apply the paint with a long-pile roller in thin layers.Now we’ve established that you CAN use regular masonry paint, let’s look at the paint that you SHOULD use. Painted concrete can last years without so much as a blemish but this is entirely dependent on how well you prepare the substrate before painting, what type of paint you use, whether you used a sealer or not, how much foot traffic the concrete is exposed to and finally how often the concrete is subjected to standing water. Painted Concrete Patios Ideas and Colour Schemes If you would like to find out more paint rollers, why not read our full guide to the best paint rollers?

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To better assist you in resolving your request in a timely manner, please include the following information: UV / WEATHER RESISTANT - Paint formulated to protect underlying stone and concrete from harmful radiation effects and long-term staining. Polar Patio Paint gives durable resistance against harsh weathering from rain, sleet, snow and wind. Alternatively, Johnstone’s Pliolite Masonry Paint is a decent option due to the fact that you can tint the colour to anything you want as opposed to Resincoat who only offers 6 different colours. Painting patio slabs also gives you the option to change the colour of your patio when you feel like it. This is something you can’t do with an unpainted patio. Next, apply two thin layers of top coat, leaving to dry in between coats. Thin layers ensure that you get a harder, longer-lasting finish.Then leave to dry/cure as instructed — usually 24-48 hours — before walking on the patio again. How Long Will the Paint Last Before It Needs Repainting?You can paint concrete patios without experiencing issues assuming you prepare the surface correctly and use a suitable paint system. If you don’t prepare the surface properly or if you use a paint system that isn’t designed for use on concrete, the paint is liable to flake or peel after a short while and means you’ll have to restart the project. Can You Use Regular Masonry Paint to Paint Your Patio Slabs? Paint itself won't kill mould and fungus. By using an anti-fungal cleaner before applying the paint, you can ensure that there is no mould underneath the paint film that will affect the performance of the paint. Once you’ve applied the first coat, you’ll need to wait 24 hours before adding a second, hence the need for at least 3 days of nice weather. Step 4: Seal the paint First, get a stiff brush to remove any dirt, dust and debris. Then, if your patio is in reasonably good condition, you can just use a jet wash to clean. If you’re going for a complete redesign of your entire garden, you have a lot of freedom in choosing colour schemes. If you’re just painting your patio then it might be a good idea to consider how your chosen colour will integrate with the rest of your garden.



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