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BEHR Premium 1-Gal. #PFC-13 Sahara Sand Low-Lustre Porch and Patio Floor Paint

BEHR Premium

1-Gal. #PFC-13 Sahara Sand Low-Lustre Porch and Patio Floor Paint

$27.98 /each

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The BEHR Premium Porch and Patio Floor Paint Enamel is an interior and exterior floor coating for concrete and wood surfaces. This durable 100% acrylic latex finish resists mildew, scuffing, fading, cracking and peeling. Ideal for use on porches, floors, decks, basements and patios.

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  • Ideal for interior and exterior concrete and wood floors
  • Resists scuffing, fading, cracking and peeling
  • Mildew resistant finish
  • 100% acrylic latex
  • Available in 2000+ custom colors and computerized color matching (available in store only)
  • 200 - 400 sq. ft. of coverage per gallon
  • Durable Low-Lustre finish
  • Easy clean-up with soap and water
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT
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What kind of preparations do I need to make before painting?

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January 14, 2016
Is this a product I can simply paint on my concrete floors and be done?
Does it need to have a primer first - and which one is recommended?
Where can I find a picture of the colors available on-line?
How long does it take to cure and is able to be walked on?
Is this something I can tackle on my own - I have several dogs and a lot of furniture, can only do a section of the floor at a time.
Is this the best paint product for my interior previously stained (back in 1953) floors or can you suggest a better choice?
Thanks.
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Hello and thanks for your question. Here are the recommended prep and applications instructions:
PREPARATION: (Proper surface preparation is required.) All surfaces must be clean, sound, dry and free of any dirt, oil and grease. Remove mildew stains with a mildew stain removing product. Uncoated Concrete or Masonry Surfaces: Allow new surfaces to cure 30 days. Clean and etch surface using a product such Read More
Hello and thanks for your question. Here are the recommended prep and applications instructions:
PREPARATION: (Proper surface preparation is required.) All surfaces must be clean, sound, dry and free of any dirt, oil and grease. Remove mildew stains with a mildew stain removing product. Uncoated Concrete or Masonry Surfaces: Allow new surfaces to cure 30 days. Clean and etch surface using a product such as a muriatic acid etcher (read and follow all manufacturer's label directions) to achieve a textured profile similar to 150 grit sandpaper. Painted Surfaces-Concrete: For a painted surface in sound condition, use a product to clean and prepare the surface. If the coating is failing or peeling, use a paint stripper to remove old coating or scrape/sand down to a sound concrete surface. Scuff sand glossy surfaces. Clean and spot etch any exposed concrete. Remove all dust with a damp cloth, allow to dry.
PRIME: Interior/Exterior Concrete or Masonry: Over uncoated surfaces, use a product such as BEHR PREMIUM No. 880 Concrete & Masonry Bonding Primer.
APPLICATION: Use product when the surface and air temperatures are between 50-90° F (10-32° C). Stir paint occasionally. When working with more than one can of the same product, intermix to ensure color uniformity. Use a high quality 3/8 - 1/2" nap roller cover, nylon/polyester brush or an airless sprayer (.015 - .021" spray tip, 60 mesh filter). Spread rate varies, depending on the surface texture, porosity and application method. Additional coats may be required for optimal hide and durability. Do not thin if using a roller or brush; however, if using a sprayer and thinning is required, thin with water at a rate of no more than 1/2 pint per gallon
DRY TIME: Longer dry time required in cooler temperatures and in higher humidity. Allow 72 hours before subjecting to normal use. After 30 days, cured paint film may be cleaned with a mild, non-abrasive liquid detergent. Dry paint film is mildew resistant.
For additional assistance you can contact a Behr product specialist at 1-800-854-0133 ext. 2 to help with your project. Read Less
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