Concrete Floor Liquid Rubber Sealant & Coating
Concrete decks and floors should be wire brushed and power-washed. In certain situations a shot-blaster may be needed to roughen the surface. Vacuum away any excess dust or debris. Read all label instructions before beginning. Always run a test patch first in an inconspicuous area to ensure that proper adhesion and drying occurs and the product works to your satisfaction. Surface must be dry.
Brush – Use a nylon/polyester brush.
Roller – Use a 3/8″- 3/4″ nap synthetic cover.
Paint roller pan
Step 1: Apply a coat of Ames® Super Primer™ (at the rate of 1 gal. / 200 sq ft.) to fill in cracks and increase adhesion to concrete. It will go on milky white and will dry clear in approximately 30 min. to an hour. It leaves a clear, slightly tacky surface that is ideal for coating.
Step 2: Top coat with two coats of Ames® Safe-T-Deck® Smooth or Granulated.
Ames® Super Primer™ standard product coverage on a smooth surface is 100 to 200 square feet per gallon per coat. Rough surfaces such as cinder block may require additional product and drying time.
Ames® Safe-T-Deck® applies at the rate of 1 gallon per 400 square feet. A minimum of two coats is recommended for a durable waterproof surface.
Weather & Drying Guidelines:
For exterior applications products are best applied between 50° to 90° F (10° to 32° C) on warm dry surfaces. Apply when the streets are dry, the sun is in the sky and no inclement weather is forecast. Starts to dry in 2-8 hours, minimum of 24 hours between coats if possible for best results, depending on thickness of application and weather; cures in 24 hours. Low temperatures, high humidity and evening and morning dew will require increased drying/curing time. Interior and exterior dry times may vary depending upon the humidity. Drying times may range from 4-24 hours, depending upon the weather conditions.
Clean-up, Storage, and Disposal:
Clean tools and small spills with water. Store unused product in its original container, tightly sealed and protected from freezing. Dispose of this product in accordance with local, state, or federal requirements.