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Chalky Furniture Paint Kit

Floorboard Paint Charcoal

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  • Floorboard Paint Parchment White - a creamy white
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Available Colours

Ash White Chalk White Charcoal Mint Green Parchment White

Floorboard Paint

Painting the floor is an easy yet dramatic way to change the feel of a room. If your floorboards aren’t in good enough condition to sand and varnish, or you simply fancy brightening them up, then choose a floorboard paint that will not only enhance the look of the wood, but protect it from every day wear and tear too.

  Coverage alt20m² per 2.5L

Special price of £11.99 for Mint Green Floorboard Paint while stocks last!

Ash White is currently unavailable, we are expecting new stocks shortly and apologise for any inconvenience

SKU# FPE015

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Description
Varnished floorboards look great, but only if they are in good condition. Carpeting a floor is an option for poor floorboards, of course, but that isn’t always suitable and, let’s be honest, is expensive.

A more cost effective and stylish option is to paint the floorboards. This is particularly appropriate for areas that are subject to heavy wear – a hallway, stairs, a lounge or even a child’s bedroom where toys, feet and the occasional ‘little accident’ would damage a carpet. Painting the floorboards is simple enough, but be sure that you use a paint that will last the distance, doesn’t cause slips and trips and protects and enhances the wood. Normal wood paints won’t last five minutes, which is why we have developed Floorboard Paint for your home.

Here are the reasons to use it:
  • This is a polyurethane based paint, which means it is tough enough to cope with most domestic scenarios so you won’t need to repaint often
  • Not only is it hard, it resists stains, even oil – so it doesn’t matter if someone brings something in on their shoes, it’ll wipe off the surface!
  • It is really easy to apply, just like any normal paint
  • Dries to a light sheen
  • Can be used on concrete floors too

  • Floorboard Paint is so simple to apply. Just make sure there are no protruding nails in the boards (if there are use a hammer and punch to knock them in); sand off any rough bits and give the surface a good wipe over with a damp cloth; allow to dry thoroughly; give the paint a good stir and then apply it. If your boards are really pitted or damaged you may want to put some wood filler into offending holes, splits and gashes. One coat will leave the grain showing through, two coats will give thorough coverage.

    We have made every effort to display the colours of the products as accurately as electronic media will allow. However, if colour is imperative to the finished job please contact us for a free sample to trial on the actual surface.

    Coverage: Depending on the porosity of the wood, you can expect a 2.5 litre tin to cover approximately 20m² (215 sq. ft.) with one coat

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    Safety Data sheet
    Technical Specs
    Appearance matt finish
    Usage - indoor / outdoor indoor
    Usage - Suitable for wooden floorboards
    Usage - Properties blend of oils and resins that penetrates into the wood to give a smart finish
    Usage - Surfaces floorboards
    Coverage approximately 20m² (215 sq. ft.) with one coat
    Application - Drying time (hours) can be over coated in 12 hours, depending on room temperature, can be walked on after 24 hours
    PREPARATION &
    APPLICATION
    Prepare It
    Floorboard Paint is so simple to apply. Just make sure there are no protruding nails in the boards (if there are use a hammer and punch to knock them in); sand off any rough bits and give the surface a good wipe over with a damp cloth; allow to dry thoroughly; give the paint a good stir and then apply it. If your boards are really pitted or damaged you may want to put some wood filler into offending holes, splits and gashes.

    Apply It
    Depending on the condition of your floorboards, and the look you want to achieve, you may need two coats. If your floorboards are in good shape and you want a bit of the wood grain to show through, then one coat should be fine. However, if there are substantial blemishes then two coats are recommended, which will make them even harder wearing of course.

    Top Tip
    You can apply with a brush, but to save time try a medium pile mini-roller (the kind used for painting behind radiators). Don’t use a normal sized roller as the paint will get in-between your floorboards (which could be a problem if you painting an upstairs room and the paint works its way down onto a ceiling)

    Quick Overview

    Painting the floor is an easy yet dramatic way to change the feel of a room. If your floorboards aren’t in good enough condition to sand and varnish, or you simply fancy brightening them up, then choose a floorboard paint that will not only enhance the look of the wood, but protect it from every day wear and tear too.



      Coverage alt20m² per 2.5L



    Special price of £11.99 for Mint Green Floorboard Paint while stocks last!


    Ash White is currently unavailable, we are expecting new stocks shortly and apologise for any inconvenience



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