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Valspar® Porch, Floor & Patio
Latex Paint

Valspar® Floor and Patio Latex Paint protects floors with beautiful, rich colors. Glides on and dries quickly to a hard, smooth finish resisting scuffs, scrapes and scratches on interior and exterior wood and concrete floors.

  • Glides on ultra smooth and dries to a hard finish
  • Polyurethane-fortified enamel resists weather, wear and scratches
  • Dries quickly and provides excellent color fastness
  • Available in satin, gloss and tintable to most Valspar colors
Features
Interior/Exterior Porch, Floor & Patio Latex Paint is an acrylic coating available in satin or gloss sheens, which gives floors tough, long-lasting protection. The latex formula is ideal for indoor applications where fast dry is important. Durable and weather-resistant, this enamel lasts for years in exterior applications. Easy water cleanup.
 
Where To Use

Properly prepared concrete, wood, porches, basement floors, stairs, breezeways, primed metal, indoor and outdoor floors. Not for use on exterior wood decks, garage floors or other automobile parking areas.

 
Coverage
One gallon of paint covers up to 400 sq. ft. depending upon surface porosity. For surfaces that do require two coats, such as new concrete or badly worn areas, thin first coat only with 1 pint water per gallon of paint; apply second coat as normal.
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Preparing Your Surfaces

The surface must be clean, dry and free of all loose, peeling or cracking paint. Thoroughly clean surface and remove wax and grease with an all-purpose cleaner (TSP or substitute), scouring powder, wax remover or diluted ammonia. Wire brush or scrape chipped or peeling paint. Rough or repaired wood surfaces should be sanded smooth. Prime bare, new wood with an enamel undercoater. Prime badly worn spots on old wood with a thinned first coat of Latex Porch and Floor Enamel. All rust must be removed from metal prior to painting. Prime all iron and steel with a rust inhibiting metal primer. Remove gloss from previously painted surfaces with gloss remover or by sanding. For new concrete, allow surface to cure at least 60 days before painting. Then, acid etch with muriatic acid (See etching instructions and read all cautions on etching packages). Unpainted or smooth-worn concrete should also be etched. After acid etching, apply two coats of Latex Porch and Floor Enamel - the first coat thinned with 1 pint water per gallon of paint.

 
 
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