Floor Primers

Showing 1–16 of 33 results


0°C to 40°C1°C to 4°C5°C to 10°CAbrade ConcreteAbrade Quarry / Ceramic TilesAll Metal PrimersAsphalt Floor PrimerChemical Bund SealersChemical Resistant Metal PaintChemical Resistant Metal PrimersChemical Resistant PrimerChemicalsClear Floor PrimerClear Wall SealerConcrete Floor PrimerDamp Proofing PrimerDegrease ITDusty Floor Primer/SealerEtch ITExternalExternal Wall Damp ProofingExternally Applied Waterproofer (Resistant to Positive Pressure)Fast Drying Floor PrimerFast Drying Wall PrimersFloor Painting Tools & AccessoriesFloor Primers & SealersFloor Repair Tools & AccessoriesFlooring ChemicalsFood / Kitchen Metal PaintFridge & Freezer Metal PaintGarageGeneral Steps & StaircasesHD CleanerInternalInternal Wall Damp ProofingInternally Applied Waterproofer (Resistant to Negative Pressure)Line Marking Tools & AccessoriesLow Temperature Metal PrimersLow Temperature PrimerMetal Floor PaintMetal Floor PrimerMetal Railing & Machinery PaintMetal Sheeting PaintMetal Steps & Staircase PaintNon Toxic PrimerOil Contaminated Wall PaintOil Tolerant PrimerOver 10°CPainting Tools & AccessoriesPolyurethane ScreedPolyurethane Screed RepairsPorous Floor Primer/HardenerPrep Tools & AccessoriesRemove DustRemove Glue / AdhesiveRemove LatexRemove Oil & GreaseRemove PaintRemove Water/LiquidsRoofing Tools & AccessoriesRust Resistant PrimerRusted Metal PrimersSolvent CleanerStone Floor PrimerSwimming Pools & PondsTerrazzo Floor PrimerTiled Floor PrimerTools & Accessories (Walls)Twin Pack Metal PrimersWall PrimersWood Floor Primer

Showing 1–16 of 33 results

It is always a good idea to use floor primers regardless of the paint job you are tackling. Primers help the paints to go on uniformly and create a beautiful finished project.

Much will depend on the existing surface that you are painting, the colour of the surface, how dark the paint is that you are applying, and whether or not the surface is porous or has any water, oil or chemical damage.

To achieve a long term solution to your floor, a primer is a necessity – not optional.

If you are suffering from oil, chemical contamination or rising damp issues, it is vital you seal the surface with a suitable primer. Look at DPM Primer or OT Primer.

If the surface is particularly soft, porous or unstable, it is important that you use a primer with excellent penetrating and binding properties. Look at EP Primer, OT Primer or WD Primer.

If you are applying to impervious or hard surfaces, you will need a primer with 1st class adhesion promoters. Look at WD Primer.

Polycote has a vast amount of floor primers to suit almost every project and surface.

No matter whether it is a warehouse floor that is in use 24 hours a day with heavy traffic or simply a basement in a house, Polycote has the solution.

Call, email or live chat with our team of experts for more advice.

Alternatively download our brochure.