Balcony Coat Primer
An incredibly tough waterproofing single pack polyurethane – UV resistant non yellowing formulation.
- Totally waterproof
- High elasticity to cope with expansion and contraction
- UV resistant non-yellowing
£39.90 (ex VAT)
Balcony Coat Primer Product Details
Following many and varied requests for a tough, clear or coloured sealer for balcony and tiled areas this coating has been formulated to easily withstand pedestrian use, tables and chairs.
Balcony Coat retains high elasticity to cope with expansion and contraction well known on external areas and is an easy to use single pack, UV resistant non yellowing formulation.
Balcony Coat is totally waterproof and is the ideal solution for where water ingress is a problem.
Top Coat supplied in 5kgs units (Coverage: 25sq.m for the first coat and 12.5sq.m. for the second coat)
Primer is 0.8kgs (Coverage: 20-25sq.m).
Number of parts:1
Application temperature:10oC to 25oC
Drying time:Primer: 30 minutes
Top Coat: Allow minimum of 12 hours before overcoating
Coverage:1st coat: 25 sq.m.
2nd coat: 12.5 sq.m.
Please consult the technical data sheet for full product technical data.
Before application of Balcony Coat, a suitable primer should be applied, this includes BC Primer. If application surface is glazed tiles, they must be clean and dry and BC Primer should be used. Surfaces for primers should be free of all oil, grease and cement dust.
Balcony Coat is ready for use after opening the tin. Mix the contents thoroughly.
Apply BC Primer using a cloth at a rate of 20-25m2 per 0.8kg unit. After a drying time of approximately 30 minutes the primed surface can be coated. Apply two coats of Balcony Coat top coat.
The first coat should be thinned with 10% PU thinners (Please note: this is not the same as solvent cleaner or white spirit). The first coat should be applied at 5 sq.m. per 1kg using a roller or brush. Before commencing with the second coat, the first coat should be lightly abraded. The second coat should be applied without thinners, and with a fine toothed trowel at 2.5 sq.m. per 1kg.