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Painting Shower block floors

Posted: Thu Dec 13, 2018 9:34 pm
by basil
Am working in a school environment and am looking for a decent water based floor paint. The existing paint (turquoise blue) is peeling away and worn in many areas. I think Coovar and Bedec may be good products however I am not sure my local merchant will be able to colour match ? Any ideas ?

Re: Painting Shower block floors

Posted: Fri Dec 14, 2018 6:37 pm
by nickj
I have used Bedec floor paint which was quite good , but I would have thought that you would need something more substantial than w/b for high traffic areas , probably a 2 pack finish , Johnstones do one , i've not used it tho [url][/https://www.johnstonestrade.com/product ... loor-paint]

Re: Painting Shower block floors

Posted: Sun Dec 16, 2018 6:32 pm
by basil
Thanks Nick, I totally agree that something more permanent would be better however I think in this case the school is looking for a temporary fix until next summer contractor works.

Re: Painting Shower block floors

Posted: Wed Jan 16, 2019 7:47 pm
by basil
I now have a problem with the Bedec acrylic floor paint peeling away in some areas. Applied 2 coats and all looked good when completed however I am now thinking of spot priming the areas which have peeled and then painting over again with the Bedec. I realise that a 2 pack finish would have better in the first place however please can anyone recommend a good and suitable primer ? The flooring is concrete and is a high traffic shower block. Thanks !

Re: Painting Shower block floors

Posted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 9:53 pm
by nickj
Don't know if this stuff is any good https://www.rawlinspaints.com/home/floo ... rimer.html
I've not used it , but I did ask Rawlins about a painting job i have to do and they were really helpful , give em a shout