Dampness on roofs and vertical walls occurs due to penetration of water. You need high quality coating to stop the penetration of moisture that can fight against these kinds of issues for long instance. Rust-Oleum Roof and Foundation Damp Proof Coating Paint is being manufactured with properties that not only fill the pores of vertical walls but also works well to stop dampness in foundation. This paint can be used as base coat under any black roof coating. It will server long lasting results if you use this paint as primer with Rust-Oleum Fibered Black Roof Coating. Moreover, you can spray this or apply with roller.
Features of 310 Roof and Foundation Damp Proof Coating
- Coating becomes resistant in 2 hours.
- Ideal for foundations walls and roof.
- Non-fibered damp-proof coating.
For best results: Read and follow the directions mentioned on tin.
How to Use Rust-Oleum 310 Damp Proof Paint
Surface Preparation: All surfaces must be clean, relatively dry (not saturated), sound and free from dirt, grease, oil, mold, algae, loose granules, loose gravel, loose paint, rotted felts, rust, excess chalk and other foreign matter which could prevent proper adhesion. Use a high pressure wash of at least 2,000 psi. Clean with Rust-Oleum Roof & Siding Cleaner to remove all grease or oily deposits. Seams, fasteners and protrusions shall be repaired as needed. Torn flashings, faulty copings, parapet walls, large blisters and breaks shall be repaired.
Application: Apply only when air, material, and surface temperatures are between 10-100ºF (-4-38ºC) and the relative humidity is below 85%. Mix with a power assisted mechanical mixer before use. Mix until the coating is smooth and consistent. Rust-Oleum Roof and Foundation Coating can be applied by brush, squeegee, roller or spray application.
Properties of Rust-Oleum 310 Roof and Foundation Coating
|Recommended Dry Film
Thickness (DFT) Per Coat
|15.0 mils (375µ)|
|Practical Coverage at Recommended DFT
(assumes 15% material loss)
(4.6 meter square/gal.)
|Shelf Life||1 year|
|Flash Point||>200°F (93°C)|
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