Durable & decorative floor paint for concrete & masonry surfaces; water-
based acrylic-epoxy blend.
Garage & Shop Floors
Patios & Porches
Read all directions thoroughly. Recommended: Wear gloves and safety glasses.
Note: Proper surface prep is critical to product performance. The surface
should be clean, dry, sound and free of dirt, dust, oil, wax and grease. You may need an oil
stain remover such as SEAL-KRETE Oil Stain Remover to lift stubborn oil stains.
Concrete must have cured for a minimum of 30 days before application.
Etch the surface with SEAL-KRETE Clean-N-Etch to allow for proper penetration and
adhesion. Etching is especially important for smooth-troweled concrete surfaces (like
carports, garage and basement floors) and is also recommended for rough-finished
surfaces. After etching, rinse the surface thoroughly and let dry. For best adhesion results,
apply one thin coat of SEAL-KRETE Lock-Down Concrete Bonding Primer.
Previously Stained Or Painted Concrete:
For use over one-part water-based coatings
only; not recommended over oil-based coatings. Remove loose or peeling paint and
degloss surface by sanding (150–200 grit paper).** Follow with a general cleaning. Rinse
thoroughly and let dry. Then coat the surface with SEAL-KRETE Lock-Down Concrete
Read “LIMITATIONS” section before use. This product is ready to use; do not
dilute. Use only when air and surface temperatures are 55° to 90°F (13° to 32°C). If more
than one gallon is used, intermix all product to ensure color uniformity; stir well. Apply a very
thin coat with a roller** or nylon-polyester brush. Wait 4–6 hours.*** Apply second coat in a
direction perpendicular to the first.
Use 1/4” nap for smooth-troweled surface, 3/8” nap for broom-finished surface, 1/2” nap
rough or textured surface.
***Additional dry time is needed in lower temperatures or when relative humidity is more than 50%.
300–500 sq.ft. per gallon, depending on surface porosity.
Dry to the touch in 2 hours at 77°F (25°C) 50% RH. Dry to light foot traffic in
24 hours, heavy foot traffic in 72 hours. Allow a minimum of 5 days before subjecting to
automotive traffic. Premature traffic could cause paint to lift.
White Base: Up to 5 oz. colorant per gallon. Deep Base: Up to 8 oz. colorant per
CLEAN-UP & STORAGE:
Clean tools with soap and water. Contact your household refuse
collection service for disposal of empty containers and unused paint. Important: Wait 30
days before rinsing or cleaning surface. To avoid premature paint failure, do not use abrasive
cleaners or pressure-washer on surface. KEEP FROM FREEZING.
Temperature should be 50° to 90°F (10° to 32°C) and should not fall below
50°F (10°C) within 24 hours of application. Do not apply if rain is expected within 24 hours.
Use only with one component (or one part) water-based products. Not recommended for
wood, metal, glazed surfaces or areas subject to standing water or hydrostatic pressure.
Areas receiving heavy tire traffic should be coated with an approved SEAL-KRETE clear sealer.
Sanding or removing paint containing lead may be hazardous. For information contact
the National Lead Information Center at 1-800-424-LEAD or www.epa.gov/lead.