Utility Floor Repair and Paint Kit
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If your utility room has seen better days, or if it’s in the corner of your garage or shed, our Utility Floor Repair and Paint Kit contains everything you need to repair the floor, and brighten it up with a coat of paint.

    Dry time 16 hours

    Covers 20m² per 2.5L

    Mid gloss appearance

    Two coats

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    Whether your utility room is in the basement, a partitioned area within your garage or perhaps in your shed, our Utility Floor Repair and Paint Kit means it’s never been easier to get the floor back into shape.

    From cracks to holes, a dusty floor to peeling paint, it’s not long before everyday wear and tear can make your concrete floor look worn and shabby. Use our Epoxy Repair Mortar to fix uneven floors, gouges and holes; then finish-off with a coat of Utility Paint to get it looking fresh and clean. It also makes mopping-up spillages so much easier too.

    Our Kit contains an easy-to-use epoxy repair mortar for long-lasting repairs, utility paint to freshen-up the floor, a trowel to mix-up and apply the mortar and a paint brush.
    Now you really can brighten up your utility room’s concrete floor in day.

    What's in the Kit?                                                        

    • 2.5L Utility Floor Paint     
    • 5kg Epoxy Repair Mortar
    • 5" Paint Brush 
    • 6" Trowel

    Useful Information

    Utility Floor Paint Product Information Sheet

    Utility Floor Paint Safety Data Sheet

    Epoxy Repair Mortar Product Information Sheet

    Epoxy Repair Mortar Resin Safety Data Sheet

    Epoxy Repair Mortar Curing Agent Safety Data Sheet


      Technical Specifications


      Mid gloss

      Use where:

      Indoors, Utility rooms

      Use on:

      Utility rooms, storage areas, playrooms, sheds and outhouses


      Easy to apply, yet hard wearing. Dries to a mid-gloss finish.


      20m² per 2.5L

      Drying time:

      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



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