Driveway, Patio, Cycle Lane Paints, Sealers and Coatings.
Promain supply a vast range of driveway and patio paints which are perfect for ensuring that your driveway, patios and paths look their best at all times, whether that is through the use of high pressure jet washers and other cleaning machines along with degreasers, cleaners, fungicidal washes and oil and stain removers. With these fantastic products you can ensure that all outdoor areas of your home look clean and pristine thanks to our excellent range of cleaning materials that we have available that are suitable for driveways and patios. We also have a great range of paints and sealers that come in both clear and several other colours that can be used on surfaces such as tarmac, bitumen, asphalt, acrylic and block paving we also supply pot hole and patch repair material for use on driveways and paths that are in need of repair.
High Quality Driveway PaintUnpainted concrete is a drab gray color, looking unappealing and boring, but it’s easy to spruce it up a bit for a more exciting finish. In order to do that, you’re going to want to use the best concrete paint you can get hold of to paint your concrete, whether you’re looking to paint an indoor concrete wall or an outdoor concrete floor, Promain Paints have something to suit your needs.
Top Tips on Painting your DrivewayEveryone wants the front of their house to look good, but sometimes it’s not as simple to do as the interior of your house meaning the exterior can often be neglected. These mistakes may not seem important to some people, but when considering that the front of the house is the first thing that a buyer will see, it’s a small issue to think about. There are some things that you’ll need to know if you want to do the job properly and achieve the maximum effect. Most of them are quite easy and don’t need any professional skills, so there’s no excuse for not doing them! Here’s what you need to do to achieve your freshly painted driveway.
- Prep The Surface - Before you apply a fresh coat of paint, make sure that the surface is clean, using either a leaf blower, a broom or a brush. Once you’ve removed all of the surface dirt from the driveway, give it a good wash using a pressure washer. If some stains remain, apply a degreaser and follow the manufacturer's instructions. Once the driveway is completely dry, inspect it for cracks before painting it. Ideally you need dry weather and preferably a couple of warm days. Needless to say it would be very unwise to pick a day when rain or snow is expected.
- Dealing With Cracks - It is quite common for many driveways to not have been repaired for some time, which means there are likely to be some dents, chips or cracks. You need to remove any small pieces from holes, which you might need a hammer for. Once you’ve done this use a wire brush to crack the surface before switching on the leaf blower again.
- Repairing Cracks - If a crack is small then you can use a concrete repair caulk, fill the hole and smooth the caulk. On the other hand, a bigger hole should be filled with a premixed mortar, once the surface is dry, make sure that it is smooth and level.
- Finally – Painting Time - Follow the instructions for preparing and applying the selected epoxy paint. We suggest you use a nap roller to distribute the first coat thinly and evenly across small sections of the surface. Make sure the section edges overlap, so that you get a seamless paint coat.