Concrete paint is tough, durable and non-slip. Suitable for all environments, from garage floors to driveways, its smooth finish is smooth enough to park or drive on. Holds up against oil and grease spills, preventing stains and scuffs. Washable and weather resistant and comes in clear and range of ready mixed colours simply select from our colour wheel below. Pick from our range of trusted brands including Blackfriar, Johnstones, Sadolin and Macpherson.
The Paint Shed stocks a range of concrete paint that’s suited to all capabilities, whether for professional or home use you are guaranteed to find the perfect paint for your project. With options for commercial and residential work, each of our trade concrete paints have unique characteristics for your specific needs. Browse through our anti slip, anti graffiti, light reflecting and step and ramp options to find the concrete paint that is right for you. In our curated collection you will find both interior and exterior concrete paints, with a range of different finishes including satin, silk, matt and gloss.
A Guide To Concrete
Concrete takes a lot of wear and tear, which is why providing a hard-wearing, tough coating for concrete surfaces is important. A durable finish can protect your surface from everyday use ensuring that it stays smooth, even and weather resistant. Our specialist trade concrete paints are a solution to the damage of heavy duty treatment in high traffic areas.
Painting concrete can be tricky, as unlike other surfaces it breathes, taking in moisture and paint. Its changeable nature means that extra skills, time and specialist paint are required. Follow our guide below for maximum results.
To start it’s important that you properly clean your concrete surface. Concrete tends to gather and trap dirt, grease and oil, so this needs to be removed with a pre-paint cleaner before you begin painting.
Follow by extracting any moss, leaves or obstructions that could also impede your painting. If there is an existing layer of paint, this should be removed with either a power washer or paint scraper.
Now that your surface is back to its original state, you should apply a sealer or primer depending on whether you’re working on interior or exterior concrete. Sealers will prevent the build up of moisture and mould on interior surfaces, while a primer fills out pores and evens out the foundation of both interior and exterior concrete.
Once your surface is prepped you can proceed to painting. This can be done with either a paint brush, roller or sprayer depending on the paint and size of surface. Shop all of these applicators in our accessories section. For concrete surfaces it is recommended that you apply two to three coats, and allow each coat to dry for a day before starting on the next.
Concrete Paint at The Paint Shed
At The Paint Shed you can find a wide range trade quality concrete paint at a fraction of the cost. We believe that premium paint shouldn’t cost and a leg so you are sure to find the best paint at the best prices at The Paint Shed.
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