"I have only given my garage floor one coat so far. I have been impressed with how well it ha s covered and one tin has gone further than expected. I cannot comment on how well it will wear in time but so far so good."
"A 2.5 litre tin easily covered a 12 sq. mtr. shed floor with a good dollop left over. I spread it nice and thick with a roller at 8 in the morning. It was dry enough to re-fill the shed by 6;00pm. Looks great, highly recommended."
"Reserved this product online and collected it within half an hour. Got home and after cleaning the floor and removing and loose or greasy bits I applied the paint round the edges of the garage and up two courses of bricks with a brush. This was followed by applying the paint to the floor with a medium pile roller on an extension pole. It took around 30 minutes to complete the floor and still have a quarter of a tin left. 6 hours after painting the floor and having the door open all day it is almost dry to the touch now. Very impressed with this paint and would highly recommend. Does exactly what it says on the tin for half the price of other makes. We'll done screwfix again."
"Used this on a rough concrete floor subject to hard use and spillages. Did not want to spend a lot of money on it and didn't expect a lot from this product but it went on easily with brush and roller, filled indentations with no problem, the finish is a very pleasing sheen and it cleans up with a wipe over. Two coats only applied, left to harden and it looks like a new floor."
"This paint is great value for money. It covers very well, one coat is usually sufficient for even the poorest of surfaces. The colour retention is very good and has a long lasting 'fresh' look. Recommended"
"Great product. Sealed my dusty gararge floor in one coat. Coverage even better than advised on the tin. Makes a huge difference regarding dust, and spillages can just be wiped up. Superb, just what I wanted. Highly recommend. Great price."
"just finished painting workshop floor with this paint it went on well and does smell a bit but only the same as gloss ?? coverage was a bit hit or miss first tin didn't do as much as the second or third but looks good would use again and recommend . cheap to ."
"I bought this for my garage floor that had been treated with levelling compound. Despite being one of the cheaper paints on the market the paint looks great and went on well with the job taking an hour and a half. Coverage was exactly as stated and I put down a generous amount of paint.The smell was on a par with that from gloss paint and I didn't find it a problem."
"I have never come across paint that took so much time and effort to mix to the final colour. I had to leave the tin between successive stirrings for a few hours before it became a grey.. An electric stirrer might have helped. It took at least two days to dry and almost a week before the surface reached its final matt finish on a wood floor. This was all in the summer temperatures so it needs patience and time. Seems strong enough now and clearly quite cheap."
"Quite impressed with this paint used for my concrete garage floor. It was my first time painting concrete so I was a bit unsure how to proceed to get a good job but after a bit of research managed to work out what to do. The key as with all paint jobs is good surface preparation. No need to "seal" the concrete as some paints recommend, you can achieve the same by applying a thinned down first coat. That's all the concrete sealer is anyway, thinned down paint without any pigment sold for top wack! I wanted to seal mine because even after copious washing it still had a chalky surface. But then again that is the nature of concrete to some degree. The sealing of the concrete is another confusing aspect. I initally bought some PVA to seal the concrete which works but cannot be painted over especially with solvent based paints. So this is what I did: 1. thorough sweeping - wear a mask, fine dust is bad for the lungs. 2. wash & brush with strong hose or jet wash. 3. wash with degreaser - ie. washing up liquid! 4. allow to thoroughly dry for a few days. 5. Vacuum cleaner as a final attempt to get rid of as much bits or chalky dust. 6. first coat thinned down to seal."
"I used it for a new concrete floor. It took a bit of working in, even after I had brushed and vacuumed the floor. The claim for 11 square metres per litre of paint is a bit of a stretch, although it may be OK if you're re-painting a floor."
"Have bought this product several times over the last few years. Good product and covers floor well. Delivered right on time stated. Only drawback was poor quality box used for sending paint and other items - arrived badly split open. Nothing semed to be missing but could well have been."
"Less than half the price of similar products at well known DIY supermarkets.Covers well and although it takes a couple of days to completely dry, the finish seems tough, though time will tell. Used on my garage floor and am very pleased."