- Application Methods
- Airless Spray, Brush, HVLP Spray, Roller
- Up to 14sq/m per litre
- VOC level
- Do not thin
- Touch dry
- 1-4 hours
- 12-24 hours
- Suitable for...
- Interior use
- Colour type
- Brush cleaner or White spirit
* Colours on screen may vary from actual paint
Little Greene Floor Paint (Tinted) is available in 249 colours from the Little Greene Colour Cards.
Always ask your client to try their colour choice on the wall first. Colour cards and emulsion sample pots are available at your local Brewers or at designerpaint.com
A tough polyurethane semi gloss finish with excellent wash, wear and mild chemical resistance. Highly recommended for concrete and wooden floors that are subject to light to medium traffic.
Directions of use:
- Stir thoroughly before use.
- Do not apply to surfaces when the ambient temperature is below 5°C
- Application by brush, roller or spray.
New wood - For soft woods, knots should be sealed with knotting compound to prevent staining. Apply one thinned coat (15% v/v with white spirit) to allow penetration into substrate, followed by the recommended two full coats. Resinous hard woods require cleaning and treatment with Little Greene Aluminium Wood Primer (consult the relevant product data sheets for further details). One coat of Little Greene Traditional Oil Primer Undercoat maybe required to prevent subsequent grin through of the aluminium wood primer when painted with light floor paint colours.
Metals - New ferrous metalwork should be hand, or mechanically cleaned, to remove any surface rust before application of Little Greene Traditional Oil Primer Undercoat. Non ferrous metals must be pre-treated or primed with an appropriate proprietary primer.
Existing paint finish - Remove all loose and flaking paintwork. Degrease with a suitable detergent solution, such as sugar soap, followed by clean water rinse. Rub down thoroughly with a medium grade sand paper to provide a key and a defect free smooth surface, “feathering in” areas where paint has been removed. Make good any repairs, sand and apply primer to exposed surface as appropriate.
Concrete - Brush or vacuum clean surface to remove dust. If concrete has been power floated, the surface must be either vacuum blasted or treated with a proprietary acid etch solution, to produce a profile, prior to painting. Minor surface contamination, such as oil spots, maybe resolved through flame treatment. Thin the first coat with ~15% v/v white spirit to allow penetration into the substrate then apply two full coats.
Natural stone - Porous stone maybe treated as per instructions for concrete. This product is not recommended for painting directly to non porous granitic masonry