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5 gal. Acrylic Resurfacer

  • Non Pigmented 100% Acrylic Leveler
  • Use for new or previously sealed asphalt courts
  • Fast Drying
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Product Overview

Note: If product is not available to order in your area that is due to nighttime temperatures. Product may not cure and/or track in late Fall and early Spring applications. Plush 5 gal. Acrylic Resurfacer is a non-pigmented, 100% acrylic latex compound for new or previously sealed bituminous concrete (asphalt) or Portland cement/concrete (see note) tennis courts. Acrylic Resurfacer is designed to provide adhesion, a leveling and/or texture course, and to cover repairs and/or previous colors on the court. You can also use it as a leveling treatment for minor surface blemishes and/or bird baths.
  • Plush acrylic resurfacer is to be applied with a commercial grade rubber squeegee
  • Durability: our 100% acrylic binder is fortified with fibers assuring the highest quality surface and made to resist harsh weather conditions
  • Neutral based color: the color neutral formulation provides consistency for finish coats
  • Coverage will depend upon the porosity of the surface to which the Plush acrylic resurfacer is applied
  • Application rate: Plush acrylic resurfacer is applied 300-400 sq. ft. per 5 gal. pail (0.07 gal./sq. yds.)
  • Drying time is 30 to 90 minutes under optimum conditions - humidity, surface temperature and ambient temperature will affect drying process
  • Plush acrylic resurfacer should not be applied when ambient temperature is below 50°F or when surface temperature is above 140°F
  • Do not apply in if rain in forecast within 24 hours, do not store in direct sunlight and do not let product freeze
  • Note: for Portland cement (concrete) applications surface must cure for a minimum of 30 days; after 30 days, new concrete must be acid etched with either phosphoric or muriatic acid, a coating of our 5.5 Gal PT-Primer X Urethane must be applied to surface before application of Plush Acrylic Resurfacer
  • Mix: See use and care manual for instructions, plush Acrylic Resurfacer is ready-to-use, open and mix all pails with a mechanical mixer prior to application
  • Online price includes PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT, WA
  • Please visit our Color Calculator to find out how many gallons you need
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
5 Gallon

Details

Application Method
Squeegee
Base Material
Acrylic
Coating Product Category
Paint
Color Family
Clear
Color/Finish
Neutral base color for finish coats
Coverage Area (sq. ft)
350
Dry to touch (min.)
90
Kit
No
Number per Package
1
Paint Key Features
Mildew Resistant,Waterproof
Paint Product Form
Liquid
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Soap & Water
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Line Paint & Recreational Surfaces
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
Flat/Matte
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Asphalt,Concrete
Time before recoating (hours)
24
Transparency
Solid

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

36Questions9Answers

can this be used for new concrete construction pad? or is it just for asphalt?

Asked by Sam April 27, 2021
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Yes, it can be used on concrete. Concrete needs to be properly cleaned and sealed prior to application.

I want my asphalt area white. What do I do? I just applied the Home Depot latex-ite driveway seal...

Asked by Manfred October 13, 2020
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Answer

Unfortunately we do not offer a white driveway sealant. We do off grey and dark beige products call Latexite Color Grade.

Where do you get the PT Primer X?

Asked by Mckay September 10, 2020
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Using on a 30 year old faded tennis court, there are some patches of no color/bare cement that ha...

Asked by bdtdd August 12, 2020
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Answer

yes, absolutely. The older the concrete the tougher the bond. Power-washing prior to is strongly recommended.

I have a new concrete basketball court. Should I prime with the Plush Acrylic Resurfacer and then...

Asked by Rod June 29, 2020
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Answer

Concrete courts should be primed with PT Primer X prior to using the Plush Acrylic Resurfacer product.

Label says it is a ready to use product. Does it need to be mixed with sand and water prior to spreading as a patch

Asked by Mike June 5, 2020
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Answer

The product is now ready to use. We have added the sand and water. Simply mix thoroughly and apply.

Can this product be mixed with sand and water to make a patch on tennis court where surface peeled off

Asked by Mike June 5, 2020
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Answer

No. Resurfacer is more of a prime coat than a patch material. Plush Patch Binder kit is a better choice here.

How to handle relief joints on a new slab?

Asked by Myrtle June 5, 2020
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The saw cuts should be filled with paintable acrylic crack filler. Sika makes a good material for this. Just to clarify your steps, the concrete needs to cure for 28 days before anything can be done. The surface should be acid etched and powerwashed after that period. The PT Primer X is the first material to go down, not he acrylic resurfacer.

Can u combine Portland cement plus sand with this product to creat a stronger patch in places where the sport coat is

Asked by Mike June 5, 2020
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Answer

No. You are looking for Acrylic Crack & Leveling compound. Please contact us at 800-851-5606

would this work on an uneven tiled flooring.

Asked by sketcher May 19, 2020
1
Answer

No

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 12 reviews
  • 80% recommend this product
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Worked as described...
Worked as described
by HomeDepotCustomer
Excellent Product
I used this to level our aspahlt home basketball court. It did a great job of leveling the imperfections of the asphalt and creating a more finished look and feel. Im going to finish this with the Plush court paint. The final color for the resurfacer is black. The instructions were not the clearest, but all if my questions were answered by reading the Q
by Todd
1 person found this helpful
Product washes away or bubbles up after every rain. Keep having to cut out bubble and then apply ...
Product washes away or bubbles up after every rain. Keep having to cut out bubble and then apply more. Totally disappointed.
by Jon
Response from SupportJan 27, 2021
I am sorry you are experiencing issues with the coating. Can you please provide some additional information to our Customer Service Department? Typically, bubbles or blisters are caused by cool temperatures and moisture. Jobs done late in the year are prone to these problems.
cover section of court with 2 coats of Plush resurfacer...
cover section of court with 2 coats of Plush resurfacer covered good some dimple and low spots still did not fil in. overall easy to spread, looks great waiting to apply Plush court paint
by WILLIAM
Product worked as advertised and was easy to apply
Product worked as advertised and was easy to apply
by cf
Resurfacer did a good job filling minor court imperfections and leveling before the color applica...
Resurfacer did a good job filling minor court imperfections and leveling before the color application. Found it easier to brush than squeegee.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Covered well and left a really nice surface finish...
Covered well and left a really nice surface finish
by TAMI
I tried to apply this with a squeegee and did...
I tried to apply this with a squeegee and did not feel like it resulted in a uniform application. In hindsight I would recommend apply multiple layers with a paint roller. I’ve had issues with bubbles since, pulling up at the resurfacer(black)level. It’s been very frustrating.
by Ry
Product worked fine. I used it on my tennis court...
Product worked fine. I used it on my tennis court patch repair.
by Michael
I used this product as a part of the construction of a pickle ball court. There is a lot that goe...
I used this product as a part of the construction of a pickle ball court. There is a lot that goes into getting to this point, and a lot that can affect how well the product works. For instance, I don't think the broom finish on my concrete pad was "medium" as it should have been, perhaps a bit too fine. As a result, the initial coat of resurfacer did not stick very well. I used a roller and kept applying resurfacer in layers until I finally got the pad covered. At that point, it worked very well with the squeegee, and made a nice coat. I purchased 6 of the 5 gallon buckets and basically put two coats on a 60' x 30' slab. I split each bucket in half, added 1 gallon of water to each half, and mixed in 12.5 lb of *very fine* sand into each with a drill and paddle bit. So the 5 gallon concentrate made about 8 gallons of diluted product. I was surprised when the material showed up and it was black rather than unpigmented, but that was probably best because it allowed me to see where I needed additional coverage. The product mixed together very well, and once I got my surface prepared right, it spread very smoothly.
by ktrails
3 people found this helpful
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