• Digital Six Collaborator Apr 23, 2018

    How to use Drive Top - Flexible Drive Coating

    Prepare: Apply to concrete or tarmac. Brush the surface with a stiff broom and clean water and allow to dry before applying the product Remove as much paint as possible from previously painted surfaces If a concrete drive has got some deep holes in it, our Epoxy Repair Mortar is ideal Use Oil & Grease Remover, if needed  Apply: Stir the contents well with a wide-bladed mixing tool Apply only...

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  • Digital Six Collaborator Apr 23, 2018

    How to use Drive Fill - Instant Pothole Repair

    Prepare: Simply remove any loose material and surface liquids, such as water and oil. It doesn’t matter if the area to be repaired is damp Apply: Simply empty the primer from the plastic bottle into the hole and spread it around with a paint brush (it doesn’t have to completely cover the surface). The primer just helps to give it a better bond overall Tip the Drive Fill into the...

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  • Digital Six Collaborator Apr 23, 2018

    How to use Decor Grip - Decorative Anti Skid Floor Finish

    Prepare: Apply to concrete, stone, metal, tarmac or wood. However, new concrete should be at least a month old and new tarmac at least 3 months old Remove loose surface material with a wire brush and sweep (or vacuum) away. Use Oil & Grease Remover if needed, cracks and holes in concrete should be repaired with a concrete repair product such as Epoxy Repair Mortar Apply over existing painted surfaces...

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  • Digital Six Collaborator Apr 23, 2018

    How to use Floorboard Paint

    Prepare: Knock down any protruding nails with a hammer and punch. Use a wood filler on holes, splits or dents Sand where necessary and give the surface a good wipe over with a damp cloth. Allow to dry thoroughly  Apply: 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...

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  • Digital Six Collaborator Apr 23, 2018

    How to use Firmtread Anti-Slip Deck Strips

    Prepare: The decking to which you fix the strips should be clean, dry and free from debris Apply: To cut the strips to size power tools are best. However, a jigsaw, hacksaw or abrasive disc will do the job too, but will need more elbow grease Lay the strips on the deck in the way you would like them to be fixed, so you can see how they fit and...

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