Utility Floor Paint 2.5L
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£25.95 £7.79

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Utility Floor Paint does all sorts – it seals the floor, along with dustproofing it and the gloss finish is easy to keep clean. It’s a single pack polyurethane which is hard wearing (unusually so for a single pack coating) and simple to apply.

Dries in 16 hours at 15°C

Covers 20m² per 2.5L

Mid gloss appearance

Two coats

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Features and benefits:

  • Hard wearing polyurethane coating that will transform dull concrete
  • Tough enough for utility rooms and more
  • Single pack paint which means you can use as much as you like when you like
  • Gloss finish is easy to keep clean and maintain
  • Versatile – you’ll find so many uses for it
  • Can go on to concrete, wood, bare floors, existing (well bonded) paint and most metal surfaces (but check with us first)

Useful Information

Utility Floor Paint Product Information Sheet

Technical Specification


Mid gloss

Primer required:


Use where:


Use on:

Utility rooms, storage areas, playrooms, sheds and outhouses

Don’t use in temperatures below:


Dries in:

16 hours at 15°C

Number of coats:

2 usually, The first coat should be left for 16 hours before applying the second
coat (based on decent drying conditions as mentioned before). If more
than 5 days elapse, the first coat should be lightly abraded before the
second coat is applied


20m² per 2.5L



Ask a Question
  • A:

    Utility Floor Paint is not suitable for use where vehicles will be present, so our Garage floor paint may be more appropriate for you on this occasion

  • A: Hi, I am afraid we do not have anything suitable for a wetroom floor.  Sorry we haven’t been able to help this time.

  • A: Just a standard White Spirit should be enough to clean your brush after using our Utility Floor Paint.

  • A: Sorry, but Utility Floor Paint, which is a solvent based polyurethane, isn't suitable for a self-levelling compound.  Garage Floor Paint however maybe ok as this is a water based, two pack epoxy resin coating, but it really depends on the type of self-levelling compound that's down as some are much stronger than others.  Generally self-levelling screeds cannot be painted, but there are some that can, you would need to talk to the manufacturer of the self-leveller to see what they would recommend.  If they do recommend a water based epoxy, then I would suggest doing a test area with our Garage Floor Paint just to be on the safe side.