Promain offer the highest quality garage floor paint to customers in the UK. This is one of the main reasons why we believe that we should be your first and only port of call for garage floor paint, anywhere in the UK. We provide high quality garage floor paint products, as well as a truly superior standard of service. We pride ourselves on the quality of our products and our customer service. We strive to achieve complete customer satisfaction with each and every one of our garage floor paint products, such as our Rustoleum Pegakote Floor Paint, Rustoleum EpoxyShield MAXX 5300, FLAG Polyurethane PU Floor Paint, Rustoleum Floorcoat PU 7200 and Sika Sikafloor Garage product.
For the best garage floor paint choose Promain, our range is ideal for painting garage floors, regardless of condition. We specialise in workshop floor paint, which is suitable for both commercial and domestic use. Regardless of what you are using your garage floor paint for, we're sure you'll absolutely love how it turns out. Promain supply industry leading warehouse floor paint and epoxy floor paint, which has been used worldwide in some of the most extreme conditions imaginable, to ensure quality for our customers. Our garage floor paints, especially our epoxy garage floor paint, are highly durable and can withstand a lot of pressure. This allows you to rest easy, knowing that you won't have to re-apply the garage floor paint, anytime soon.
A single pack elastomeric floor paint for factories, workshops and garages.
EpoxyShield water based epoxy floor paint for garage floors factories, warehouses or workshops.
A hard wearing two-component water based epoxy floor paint and wall paint for interior use.
The ULTIMATE paint solution for rejuvenating tired driveways, patios and floors!
2-Pack Water Based Epoxy Floor Paint excellent wear, tyre, impact and abrasion resistance.
Excellent coverage - 12-15 m2 per litre. FLAG Polyurethane PU Floor Paint for Garages and Workshop Floors.
Kit consists of a two part epoxy coating, a cleaning solution, decoration chips, paint paddle and an instruction DVD.
For use on concrete and steel floors. Highly resistant to chemicals and oils.
A high-performance, ambient cross-linking, water based acrylic floor paint that benefits from being recoatable after 1 hour.
For use on garage floors, workshop floors and factory floors etc. and externally on paths drives and paving slabs.
Formulated for interior concrete and wooden floors without the need for a separate primer. Can be used for cement, stone, brickwork, timber floors and MDF.
A solvent based semi-gloss internal floor coating which is resistant to mild chemicals, water, oil and grease.
A single component, fast drying, glossy alkyd touch dry in 20 minutes for garages, workshops or light use areas.
As with any re-decorating or painting project the key is preparation. How Much Garage Floor Paint Do I Need?
It is important to make sure your floor is clear of any damage or clutter and the surface is fully clean and dry. It also important to pay attention to the floor’s temperature, if the temperature is too low the product will not get a good bond. In comparison you don’t want to choose a day with high humidity (air temperature isn’t always the same as floor temp).
Apply your first coat of garage floor paint and let it completely dry in an aired-out area, all of the paint we offer are easy to apply.
You may then find yourself asking How Long Will My Garage Floor Take to Dry? This is completely dependant on which product you choose. Different floor coatings have different drying times, in addition to the temperature of the concrete. As a general rule garage or concrete floor paint will usually dry in around 24 hours but should not be walked on for 2-3 days.
Once it is fully dry, then apply a secondary coat and ensure an even covering. Once the second layer is dry, you can then start using the area as normal.
Find out what the best coating for your garage floor is here: https://www.promain.co.uk/blog/best-floor-paint-for-garages/
If its high quality and durability you are after, then it’s best to browse our range of Epoxy Floor Paint such as the Rustoleum Pegakote Floor Paint or the Sika Sikafloor 264. This epoxy paint is best used in garages, warehouses, showrooms, corridors, indoor car parks, and workshops. As well as floors it can be used on walls, however, it is advised that this paint only be used in indoor applications.
Epoxy paints provide superior abrasion resistance and are more suited towards vehicular traffic such as garage floors or workshop environments. Our range of epoxy paint systems are expected to last 5 years plus, of course, this is based on general wear and tear and doesn’t include any damages, as this could affect the longevity of the product.
With a vast range of products, it can be difficult choosing the best paint for your garage, one of the biggest advantages for garage floor paint is the relatively inexpensive cost to completely change the look of your garage with a range of flooring colours to choose from.
Since Paint isn’t as durable as other garage flooring options, the key is to choose the right formula for the best wear. For the most heavy-duty garage floor paint, we recommend choosing a 1-part epoxy paint. The epoxy helps to provide for a paint that is more resistant to mould and mildew, chemicals, oil stains, scuff marks and chipping. It also tends to bond the concrete a lot better than standard latex acrylic concrete paint.
Choosing the best paint for your garage floor is important in order to obtain the best performance. Make sure you follow our guide on how to apply garage floor paint and pay attention to keeping your floor clean and today. Following this should allow for a much better-looking garage or workshop floor.
All of our industrial floor paint receives high quality standard checks by our major suppliers, giving you complete peace of mind regardless of whether you have a concrete, metal or wooden floor. We're extremely proud to say that our primers and garage floor paints stand above our competitors for durability and ease of use every time.
Our garage floor paints or concrete floor paint and coatings are available for application directly on most mineral substrates such as concrete, tiles and glass etc. Whereas our metal paints are ideal for bridges, walkways and tanks etc.
Our garage floor paints are second to none when it comes to quality, leaving you with an outstanding finish that will stand the test of time. Our garage floor paints are durable, wear and tear resistant, and are available in a range of colours to help you achieve your desired style. Our range of paints are;
Please contact one of our technical paint professionals today at Promain as we strive to direct you to the perfect flooring paint for your garage or any other concrete surface wooden, or power floated concrete flooring.
If you have any queries, questions or would like any advice please contact our team. We have a number of experts on hand to answer any of your questions. We have years of experience in the application and maintenance of garage floor paint so we are more than adept to help. We can recommend types of paint, application tips and advise on maintaining or refurbishing your garage. Call us on; 01462 421 333
How Much Does Garage Floor Paint Cost?
All of the products supplied by Promain are of the highest standard, they are not cheap floor paints, meaning that you can know you can buy in confidence. We have a full range of varying prices suitable for everybody’s needs, so we are sure that we can find the right paint to suit both your needs and your budget. Visit our web shop today.
Is Garage Floor Paint Waterproof?
These coatings do offer a watertight membrane, however not all are suitable for constant submersion, or where there is a rising damp issue through the substrate. Therefore, please check your requirements to ensure that the paint you choose is suitable for your needs.
Why Is My Garage Floor Paint Peeling?
Providing that you have done the correct preparation and followed the manufacturer’s instructions, your garage floor paint should not peel or flake. If you are finding that the floor is peeling this would unfortunately be down to incorrect preparation and/or application. The only way to resolve this issue would be to remove the paint back to the bare surface and start the preparation and application again.
Sometimes people will ask how to seal garage floor paint, believing that this will prevent the paint from peeling, however as we have mentioned above, with the correct preparation and application flaking should not happen. Therefore, the only reason that you should need to seal the paint, is if you are using decorative flakes. For this we do have clear sealer’s available. Please contact us for more information in regards the best practices for how to paint a garage floor with Promain.