Blackfriar Oil Tolerant Primer is a 2 pack, virtually solvent free product, designed for application over cleaned concrete floors and screeds where traces of residual Professional Oil contamination are still present. It can also be applied to new concrete surfaces which have been allowed to fully cure.
Blackfriar Oil Tolerent Primer is ideal for use on floors where a level of contamination has been left untreated and works to seal the oil or residue into the surface prior to overcoating. Blackfriar Oil Tolerent Primer can be used over all types of oil stain and grease and works to provide a high quality, adhesive coating that allows decorative and protective overcoatings to adhere properly to the surface without the oil affecting the performance.
Blackfriar Oil Tolerant Primer can be applied quickly and effectively using a lambswool roller and offers users a clear glossy finish suitable for any topcoating. Blackfriar Oil Tolerent Primer has as theoretical coverage rate of up to 5m2 per litre depending on the porosity of the surface and offers a drying time of between 6 and 16 hours at 20 degrees celsius.
Surface and Environment
Blackfriar Oil Tolerant Primer has been specifically manufactured for use on all porous concrete floors and screeds and works to promote adhesion prior to the application of the highly recommended product `Blackfriar Professional Solvent-Free Epoxy Floor Paint. Blackfriar Oil Tolerent Primer can be used internally or externally in a variety of environments including domestic, commercial and light industrial.
- Blackfriar Oil Tolerant Primer.
- A two-pack, specialist primer for surfaces with residual oil contamination.
- Ideal for concrete floors and screeds,promotes adhesion prior to coating with Blackfriar Professional Solvent-Free Epoxy Floor Paint.
- Works over all types of oil stain.
- Ideal for porous concrete floors and screeds.
- Indoor and outdoor use.
- Apply by Lambswool roller.
- Available in 5 litres
- Offers a Clear Gloss Finish.
- Coverage up to 5m2 per litre per coat.
- Drying time 6 - 16 hours at 20°C.