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ConcreteRevive is a non-toxic, water-based coating that crosslinks with exterior paint to form a hard, durable, protective covering that protects any concrete sidewalks, patios, stairways and more. Not to be used on driveways due to hot tire pickup.
ConcreteRevive also helps prevent bleed through from nails and fasteners. Mix ConcreteRevive with any exterior acrylic colored paint to transform old, worn out concrete masonry, stucco or anything made of cement.
Unlike most exterior coatings that are solvent-based and highly toxic, ConcreteRevive is non-toxic, zero VOC and has absolutely no odor once dried.
PLEASE NOTE: For proper adhesion, PermaBond is REQUIRED as a primer for this product.
If you believe in miracles, this might be considered a true concrete-saver. It transforms old concrete, masonry, stucco or brick into a beautiful, skid-resistant surface that'll last a very long time. We especially like it because you rarely have to recoat or touch up. NOTE: Color-matching may require several test runs to produce the correct color.
Features & benefits
Easy-to-use – mix and paint as usual
Fast-drying – dry to touch in minutes; open to foot traffic in a few hours
Multi-purpose – use on walkways, pool decks, basements, concrete walls, stucco and brick
Long-lasting – stain, scuff, skid and fire-resistant
Rust inhibitor – helps prevent bleed through from nails and fasteners
Unlimited color range – add to any color latex or acrylic paint
Non-toxic – contains no hazardous chemicals; will not off-gas toxic fumes
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Each kit of UCF-30 is packaged in a five-gallon container for easy mixing. The kit contains two parts: (1) liquid resin and (2) dry chemistry. YOU ADD two quarts of exterior latex or acrylic paint (any color of flat, eggshell or semi-gloss). With two coats applied, the coverage will be approximately 200 square feet. Application Procedure for One Kit: Remove both wet and dry chemistry from container. Empty white liquid resin into container. Add two quarts of exterior latex or acrylic paint (any color)-resin. Mix briskly for one minute. Slowly add dry chemistry while stirring briskly with drill mixer for five minutes. Stir mixture-loosen up any dry portion from the bottom of container. Dry chemistry components should break down completely and mix should be smooth and viscous. The coating is now activated and should be used immediately. 5. Do not alter the chemistry of the product in any way by adding or subtracting material or by adding other ingredients (DO NOT ADD WATER). If you are working on a large area with more than one kit, mix each kit separately and then blend or box together for color consistency. Use typical cut techniques around adjacent structures, etc. Cut in with two coats. Allow-dry between coats. Allow UCF-30-dry-the touch, usually about 1 hour under normal temperature and humidity. However, if it is very cool or very humid it could take longer and conversely; if it is warmer and dryer, it could take less time-dry. For best coverage, use a 3/8" nap paint roller and apply the first coat in a north-south direction. Allow-dry completely before applying the second coat. 10. Apply second coat in an east-west direction. The second coat is key-attaining the proper texture. If a more aggressive non-slip texture is desired, use a one-inch nap roller for second coat. Be consistent in your technique. Allow-dry. 11. Additional coats may be applied-build the final mil thickness, if desired. 12. After UCF-30 is applied and thoroughly dried, it is recommended, but not required,-apply two coats of a non-yellowing acrylic sealer for decorative concrete, such as AFM Mexeseal. This will make cleanup easier in areas where food, dirt and grease collect easily. Follow sealer manufacturers recommendations for best use.
Surface or Product Preparation
Surface should be clean, dry, dull, pH neautral, and of moderate temperature.
CLEAN: Surfaces should be thoroughly clean, free of dirt, sealer or waxes, peeling paint, mildew, tar, glaze, efflorescence, laitance, grease or oily substances. Loose mortar or cement should be removed. Clean the surface by power washing, and allow substrate to dry completely for a minimum of 48 hours.
DRY: The surface needs to be thoroughly dry. Never apply over wet concrete. For exterior projects do not apply if rain is predicted in the next 30 hours. Test concrete for possible moisture problems by taping an 18" X 18" plastic film to the concrete and observing it for 24 hours. If condensation is observed, moisture is present and the source should be identified and contained before proceeding.
DULL: Glossy, painted, or sealed surfaces should be dulled by grinding or acid etching. If a clear concrete sealer is on the surface that is to be coated, the surface should be acid etched using a 10 percent muriatic acid solution or grinded to produce a profile for the UCF-30 coating to bond to. Then the surface is to be cleaned thoroughly by power washing. Note: Wear work goggles, rubber gloves and boots and protective clothing when using muriatic acid. A less toxic option is GBS Microetch.
PH NEUTRAL: New concrete has a very high PH. Allow new concrete to cure 30-60 days at 75 degrees before coating. Concrete should have a PH of 7-9 before applying this product. Test with litmus paper.
MODERATE TEMPERATURE: Ideal temperature for application should be 50-85 degrees F. Do not apply if ambient temperature or the surface temperature is <50 degrees or >85 degrees F. If temperature is less than 50 degrees F this product will cure too slowly or maybe not at all. If temperatures exceed 85 degrees F, this coating will set too quickly.
PREPPING HOLES AND CRACKS: UCF-30 is quite thick and will easily fill most small cracks. If existing cracks are excessive (over 3/8" deep and wide), use an acrylic concrete caulk or commonly available concrete patching material to infill these areas before coating with UCF-30. Do not smear caulk/patching material on adjacent concrete surface. Caulk or patching material should be properly dried or cured before applying UCF-30. See manufacturers instructions for the proper application of these materials.
Recommended # of Coats
Appearance When Dry
depends on type and color of paint
Cleans Up With
Store in cool dry place out of sunlight
Recycling or Disposal
Dispose of excess product in accordance with all local state and federal regulations, Do not throw out container unless completely empty. Pour contents onto dry cardboard and let thoroughly dry outdoors. May also be absorbed with cat litter sand or other dry materials
Finish Contains Aluminum Oxide?
Floor Item Type
Janka Hardness Rating
Number of Plys
Range of Resistance
Risk in Dry Climates
Shade (1 Light) - (7 Dark)
Strips / Plank
Surface Treatment Color
Touch Up Kit
Can be indoor?
Can be outdoor?
Max Gallons Per Minute
Max BTU's / Hour
- BTU's / Hour
Multi Control Capabilities
Temperature Range (with remote)
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
Questions & Answers
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