|Container Size||1 Gallon||Coverage Area (sq. ft.)||500|
|Application||Concrete Basement & Garage||Application Method||Brush, Roller|
|Base Material||Latex||Color Family||Gray|
|Color/Finish||Gull||Dry To Touch Time (hh:mm)||00:30|
|Maximum Optimal Temperature (F)||90||Minimum Optimal Temperature (F)||50|
|Number per Package||1||Paint/Stain Clean Up||Soap & Water|
|Paint/Stain Features||Chemical Resistant, Prevents hot tire pickup, Skid Resistant||Recommended Number of Coats||2|
|Stain & Sealer In One||No||Substrate/Surface Material Use||Brick, Concrete, Stone|
|Surface Location||Basement Floor, Garage Floor, Patio||Time before recoating (hours)||4|
A: I was told when I bought the paint, that the tint that is on the can is the ONLY way that the store can sell it to the customer. As for using it on wood steps, well, this paint is made for concrete only.
A: I'm sure this will work fine on your pavers. I use mine for my garage but I did paint my patio with regular house paint, spray paint and some concrete paint because I wasn't really caring if it was going to hold up. Now I like the way it looks and it's holding up very well thank goodness. It's been about 6 months and I'm very impressed. Just using regular paint. So I'm sure that this paint would work very well being that it is made for concrete.
A: I put two coats of this on my garage floor and it's only been a few months but it is very durable. I did clean the floor very well. I also used an acid before painting. I don't think that was necessary but I just wanted to make it last as long as possible. So far so good and it doesn't seem to be going anywhere. No peeling up or flaking. It just seems very durable.