Specially formulated for patios, sidewalks, tennis courts etc. (Line 206)
AVF Floor Flex is specially formulated to protect and beautify interior and exterior masonry floors, masonry patios, sidewalks, steps, tennis courts, asphalt playing courts etc. This 100% acrylic paint is highly resistant to mildew, scuffing due to traffic, washing and house hold chemicals. Floor Flex contains a non–skid additive to prevent slips.
Interior and exterior masonry floors, porches, patios and sidewalks. Tennis courts, asphalt playing courts.
Note: Not recommended for areas subject to hot tire pickup.
White, bright yellow, pearl grey, tennis green, patio red.
Brush or roller.
1 US Gallon (3.785 Liters).
5 US Gallon (18.93 Liters).
Clean brushes and rollers with clean water after use.
Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid contact with eyes and repeated contact with skin. Wear eye protection and gloves during application.
If you experience difficulty in breathing, leave area immediately. In case of eye contact, flush with plenty of water. In case of ingestion, do not induce vomiting. Get medical help immediately.
Surface must be clean, free of loose paint, chalk, grease and dust. Patch damaged areas and chalk open joints. If any areas are peeled, cracked or blistered, the condition causing this must be corrected for successful painting.
Poured Concrete (new): Surfaces must be clean, dry, sound and offer sufficient profile to achieve adequate adhesion. Minimum substrate cure is 28 days at 24°C. Remove all form release agents, curing compounds, salts, efflorescence, and other foreign material by sandblasting, mechanical scarification, or suitable chemical means, such as muriatic acid etch. Rinse thoroughly to achieve a final pH between 6.0 and 10.0. Allow to dry thoroughly prior to coating.
Poured Concrete (old): Surface preparation is done in much the same manner as new concrete. However, if the concrete is contaminated with oils, grease, chemicals, etc., they must be removed by cleaning with a strong detergent. Form release agents, hardeners, etc. must be removed by sandblasting, mechanical scarification, or suitable chemical means. If surface deterioration presents and unacceptably rough surface, patch and resurface damaged concrete.
WARNING! Scraping or sanding of old paint may release lead dust. LEAD IS TOXIC. EXPOSURE TO LEAD DUST CAN CAUSE SERIOUS ILLNESS. PREGNANT WOMEN SHOULD AVOID EXPOSURE.