Hazard Paint - 2.5L

Hazard Paint - 2.5L

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The top choice for highlighting hazards with clear and long lasting markings, indoors and outdoors - with the lowest price guaranteed. 

Ideal for creating effective, durable and accurate hazard markings, floorsaver hazard marking paint is easy to apply, suitable for most surfaces and stands tough against the wear of heavy traffic. 

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Apply in one coat 

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Perfect for bare concrete, existing bonded paint, masonry and metal 

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Description

floorsaver Hazard Paint comes in a bright yellow colour which is ideal for internal line marking, hatching, highlighting kerbs, step edges, pillars and obstructions throughout the workplace.

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    How to Use

    Step 1 - Preparation:

    • Surfaces should be clean, dry and dust free.
    • If using as a line marker or to paint a kerb or minor obstruction (rather than painting a larger area), the best way of cleaning your floor is probably by using a stiff or wire brush and sweeping away any dust. Grease or oil can be removed by using floorsaver Cleaner & Degreaser.
    • For larger areas of floor - On bare, reasonably clean concrete wash with floorsaver Floor Etcher - this cleans and keys the surface. On greasy or previously painted floors clean with floorsaver Cleaner & Degreaser, scraping off any loose paint, dust or dirt. New concrete should be at least 2 months old and always washed with floorsaver Floor Etcher to reduce alkalinity.

     

    Step 2 - Repairs:

    • Fill small surface holes and cracks using floorsaver Crack & Hole Filler. Use floorsaver Mouldable Concrete Filler if you have to repair a step nosing or kerb edge.

     

    Step 3 - Application:

    • Check the surface is dry before painting and that the temperature is a minimum of 15 ℃.
    • Concrete or similar surfaces should be sufficiently porous for the product to 'soak in' to get a key.
    • If using a paint brush one coat should be sufficient, but if you are using this over a darker previously painted floor, or applying it by roller, allow for two coats to get a solid colour. Leave for 16 hours (at 15 ℃-20 ℃) before applying the second coat. The second coat must be applied within 5 days of the first coat.
    • Clean equipment with White Spirit.

      Technical Spec

      Pack
      Single pack polyurethane
      Interior/ Exterior usage Suitable for interior and exterior use
      Coats Only one coat is normally sufficient  (unless you are using this over a darker previously painted floor, or applying it by roller, in which case allow for 2 coats to get a solid colour)
      Coverage
    • 2.5L covers up to 20m² per coat
    • 5L covers up to 40 per coat
    • Minimum application temperature
      15 ℃
      Drying times At 15 ℃-20 ℃:
      • Touch Dry - 10 hours
      • Light Traffic - 24 hours
      • Full Use at 36 hours
      • Recoat - leave first coat 16 hours before applying the second coat if required. The second coat must be applied within 5 days for the first coat.
      Shelf Life 12 months, if unopened. Do not allow to freeze

      Downloads

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      Safety Sheet

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      QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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      • A: Yes, Hazard Paint can be applied and will bond to metal. A stiff wirebrushing and clean surface is required.

      • A: Yes it can. The slabs need to be porous enough/have a good key for the Hazard Paint to bond to.