A fine textured anti slip floor paint made with high quality resins. Ideal as a general purpose floor paint for internal walkways, factory & workshop floors
A hard wearing polyurethane paint with good chemical & wear resistance. Made from high quality resins, designed to seal and protect concrete, stone & wooden floors. Ideal for factory, workshop and garage floors.
Tough, High Quality Two part water based Epoxy Floor Paint. Ideal for high wear areas requiring a tough coating. Also available with an anti slip additive to give a tough anti-slip finish.
Flag Paint's Heavy Duty Anti Slip Floor Paint (Elastomeric) is made using a blend of high quality thermo-acrylic and polyurethane resins resulting in a heavy duty elastomeric coating that offers a tough, durable and flexible long lasting finish.
This general purpose two pack water based epoxy coating is suitable for any application where masonry or concrete require waterproofing or protection. It can also be used as a tough floor paint on its own or in conjunction with our epoxy floor paint. Also suitable for use with anhydrite and gyvlon flooring systems.
New Venture Products stock a large range of paints suitable for painting your workshop or garage floor both anti-slip and smooth finishes. The range starts with Flag Paint's basic polyurethane floor paint which is available in an anti-slip and smooth version. Then there is also one of the toughest single pack acrylic water based floor paints which includes a graded crushed dolomite to give an anti-slip finish. Then there is then the tough and flexible Heavy Duty Floor Paint from Flag which is suitable for external and internal applications which has a built in anti-slip additive through to our two two part epoxy floor paints. The Universal version is ideal for most circumstances but for when you are looking for that extra high quality finish use the Floor Paint. If desired the Universal can be used as the first primer coat and then the Floor Paint for the second or if desired third coat.
Please remember that water based paints should not be applied when the substrate and air temperature are below 10°C (50°F) and they should not be stored below 5°C (41°F) so between November and February we would advise against using water based paints in unheated garages and workshops.
If you are unsure please phone or email us for advice.
Please note as with all painting, preparation is key, applying paint to dusty or crumbly concrete is never recommended, please look at the acid etch for preparation.