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Valspar® Porch, Floor & Patio Anti-Skid Enamel with HEAT RELIEF TECHNOLOGY™
Formulated with HEAT RELIEF TECHNOLOGY™ to add traction to outdoor surfaces and delivers long lasting weather protection. Engineered to create a UV-resistant shield that makes concrete and wood porches and patios cooler on hot days.
POPULAR CONCRETE & FLOOR COLORS
HOW TO USE
UsageGreat for use on properly prepared exterior concrete and wood such as porches, patios, stairs, breezeways, and outdoor floors.
PrepGeneral: Read the Lead Warning paragraph. The surface must be clean, dry and free of all loose or peeling paint. Thoroughly clean surface and remove wax and grease with an all-purpose cleaner (TSP or substitute). Clean joints and cracks to remove all foreign material. Patch voids with appropriate crack patching material. Areas where ponding water is evident should be leveled prior to application. Concrete: New concrete, masonry surfaces and mortar should be cured 30 days. Remove all form release or curing agents. New, unpainted or smooth-worn concrete must be etched with a concrete cleaner, degreaser and etcher for proper penetration and adhesion with Valspar® Fast Prep Ready-to-Use Solution. Follow all label instructions. Remove all loose material or dust. Wood: Remove sap from knots and sappy areas. Rough or repaired wood surfaces should be sanded smooth. Prime bare, new wood with Valspar® Exterior Latex Primer.
ApplicationMix well before and during use. If using more than one container, intermix all cans of the same color. Use a premium-quality, polyester brush for small area (stairs, etc.). For large areas, pour Valspar® Porch, Floor and Patio Anti-Skid Enamel with HEAT RELIEF TECHNOLOGY™ coating in a long, continuous bead across the "shorter side" of the surface. Spread the product uniformly with a premium-quality, 1/4" or 3/8" nap roller and finish with long, even strokes in one direction. After drying 24 hours, apply the second coat if necessary or desired, at a right angle to the first coat — again finishing with long, even strokes in one direction.
Dry TimeDry Time @ 77 °F and 50 % Relative HumidityTo The Touch: 24 hour - 48 hour Recoat: 24 hour
Clean-up & DisposalClean tools and hands with warm, soapy water. Discard used roller covers. Do not allow water to pond or puddle on newly painted surfaces.