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Concrete Balcony Preparation

SURFACE CONDITION
For best project results, the concrete should be in sound physical condition, free of extensive cracking, pitting and spalling. The surface must also be dry and clean and free of dust, dirt, efflorescence, oil, chemicals, pevious flaking coatings and other contaminants which may block effective long-term adhesion.

REPAIRS
For best visual results and long-term performance, cracks, holes and significant surface pitting should be filled with a cement patch material and allowed to cure as directed before proceeding.

EXPANSION JOINTS
Expansion joints in the concrete slab serve an important purpose, guarding against cracking in the slab due to movement — and should NOT be filled. If covering the expansion joints is still preferred, joints should first be treated with ElastoLock Exterior Membrane and Elastolock seam mesh to minimize the chance of any cracking in the finish later due to slab movement.

WASHING THE SURFACE
Removing all dirt, debris and other contaminantsthat may block effective adhesion is key for ensuring long term beauty and performance

If the balcony is situated in a manner that wash water will not cause harm or inconvenience to other units below, cleaning with a pressure washer is extremely effective and recommended

If use of a pressure washer is not possible, perform the following:
1) Scrub the concrete balcony with a deck brush and a strong TSP (trisodium phosphate) and water solution. 2) Mop the concrete with clear water to "rinse" and remove any visible dirt and washing residue. Repeat until the rinse water which comes off the mop is clear. 3) Allow the concrete to dry for a day before proceeding.

MASKING / DROP SHEET USE
Protect adjoining walls, balcony railings, etc., prior to starting work.

RUST STAINS: For rust stains due to rusting metail railings, etc., brush a coat of rust-blocking primer over stains to act as a barrier and allow it to cure as directed before proceeding with other coatings.

VERY SMOOTH SURFACES
Balconies that are very smooth may lack optimal profile for best bond. In such cases, a uniform coat of ElastoLock Exterior Damp-Proof Membrane can be used to ensure long-term bond and also add waterproofing protection. Apply ElastoLock on dry concrete and allow a day to cure before walking on the surface and proceeding with other coatings. NOTE: ElastoLock stays tacky even after full cure and must be top-coated.

Good surface preparation is easy if performed with attention to a few key details. For best results, follow written product instructions. For detailed preparation information, a visit to the surface preparation section is also recommended.

PROCEED WITH APPLICATION OF YOUR DESIRED FINISH ONLY WHEN PREPARATION STEPS ABOVE HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.

RollerRock® Concrete Balcony Application

RollerRock add a clean looking, uniformly textured, slip-resistant finish that's great for concrete balconies. For easy cleanability, the RollerRock "Tile Texture" finish is recommended. The tile texture goes down thicker — at a coverage rate of about 60 sq.ft. per gallon — and only requires a one coat application.

STEP ONE: Cut in along edges with a 4" paint brush and then roll on a uniform coat of RollerRock in using the "Tile Texture Roller" with good downward pressure. The material will be applied in a "steamroller-like" manner (see video clip here) to leave a uniform and attractive surface. Roll lighly over the wet material a couple times as you go along to remove any imperfections. Continue working "wet-in-wet" until the entire surface is covered. One coat is generally sufficient. If a second coat is desired, allow several hours between coats. Test the surface before walking on it. Let the coating cure fully until the following day (24 hours) or longer in cool or very humid conditions.

STEP TWO: Apply a top coat of Daich Satin Sealer or Ultra Clear Coat for final durability, salt, stain and chemical resistance.

Where greater texture and a higher level of slip-resistance is required, RollerRock can be applied in two coats with the "Stone Texture Roller."

*** OPTIONAL GROUT LINE & MORTAR JOINT EFFECTS: If a tile or flagstone effect is desired, a uniform coat of Daich Textured Primer must be applied first in your desired "grout line / mortar joint" colour. When Primer is dry, lay down a pattern as desired onto the dry primer using Daich Grout Line or Flagstone Stencil Tape. Brush some textured primer over the tape to lock it down before RollerRock application as detailed above. (Leave the ends of the stencil tape free so you can pull it up later.) After RollerRock has cured for 24 hours, PEEL UP THE STENCIL TAPE to reveal the pattern and sweep up any debris before application of sealer/clear coat.

Visit the RollerRock® product page
for additional details.

READ AND FOLLOW ALL ENCLOSED DIRECTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS THAT COME WITH THE PRODUCT PRIOR TO BEGINING YOUR PROJECT.

If you have any questions — before or during your project — be sure to contact us at info@daichcoatings.com or call 1-866-463-2424. We are here to help you achieve great results!

Concrete Balcony Preparation

SURFACE CONDITION
For best project results, the concrete should be in sound physical condition, free of extensive cracking, pitting and spalling. The surface must also be dry and clean and free of dust, dirt, efflorescence, oil, chemicals, pevious flaking coatings and other contaminants which may block effective long-term adhesion.

REPAIRS
For best visual results and long-term performance, cracks, holes and significant surface pitting should be filled with a cement patch material and allowed to cure as directed before proceeding.

EXPANSION JOINTS
Expansion joints in the concrete slab serve an important purpose, guarding against cracking in the slab due to movement — and should NOT be filled. If covering the expansion joints is still preferred, joints should first be treated with ElastoLock Exterior Membrane and Elastolock seam mesh to minimize the chance of any cracking in the finish later due to slab movement.

WASHING THE SURFACE
Removing all dirt, debris and other contaminantsthat may block effective adhesion is key for ensuring long term beauty and performance

If the balcony is situated in a manner that wash water will not cause harm or inconvenience to other units below, cleaning with a pressure washer is extremely effective and recommended

If use of a pressure washer is not possible, perform the following:
1) Scrub the concrete balcony with a deck brush and a strong TSP (trisodium phosphate) and water solution. 2) Mop the concrete with clear water to "rinse" and remove any visible dirt and washing residue. Repeat until the rinse water which comes off the mop is clear. 3) Allow the concrete to dry for a day before proceeding.

MASKING / DROP SHEET USE
Protect adjoining walls, balcony railings, etc., prior to starting work.

RUST STAINS: For rust stains due to rusting metail railings, etc., brush a coat of rust-blocking primer over stains to act as a barrier and allow it to cure as directed before proceeding with other coatings.

VERY SMOOTH SURFACES
Balconies that are very smooth may lack optimal profile for best bond. In such cases, a uniform coat of ElastoLock Exterior Damp-Proof Membrane can be used to ensure long-term bond and also add waterproofing protection. Apply ElastoLock on dry concrete and allow a day to cure before walking on the surface and proceeding with other coatings. NOTE: ElastoLock stays tacky even after full cure and must be top-coated.

Good surface preparation is easy if performed with attention to a few key details. For best results, follow written product instructions. For detailed preparation information, a visit to the surface preparation section is also recommended.

PROCEED WITH APPLICATION OF YOUR DESIRED FINISH ONLY WHEN PREPARATION STEPS ABOVE HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.

Terrazzo™ Concrete Balcony Application

Terrazzo™ is an easy two-step application that quickly adds beauty and decorative functionality to concrete balconies. It creates a comfortable, clean and decorative surface that make them warm and inviting. With your concrete balcony prepared as directed, proceed with the following application steps.

STEP ONE: Cut in along edges with a 4" paint brush and then roll on a uniform coat of Terrazzo as you progress using the specially recommended "Terrazzo Roller." Once applied, run the roller lightly over the wet material several times to "massage"the material and leave a uniform decorative speckled texture. Continue in the same manner until the surface is completely covered. Patchiness or minor imperfections in the finish will be concealed when the second coat is applied. Allow several hours between coats. Test the surface before walking on it.

STEP TWO: Roll on a second coat with the same roller in a perpendicular direction (if possible). This will fill imperfections from the first application and make the surface look uniformly attractive. Let the surface cure fully until the following day (24 hours) or longer in cool or very humid conditions.

Sealer: Terrazzo generally does not require a top-coat of sealer for most exterior applications. However, if even greater protection is desired for surfaces which will be subject to more demanding use or salting, Daich Satin Sealer or Ultra Clear Coat are recommended.

READ AND FOLLOW ALL ENCLOSED DIRECTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS THAT COME WITH THE PRODUCT PRIOR TO BEGINING YOUR PROJECT.

If you have any questions — before or during your project — be sure to contact us at info@daichcoatings.com or call 1-866-463-2424. We are here to help you achieve great results!

Visit the Terrazzo™ product page for additional performance and usage details.
terrazzo balcony

Concrete Balcony Preparation

SURFACE CONDITION
For best project results, the concrete should be in sound physical condition, free of extensive cracking, pitting and spalling. The surface must also be dry and clean and free of dust, dirt, efflorescence, oil, chemicals, pevious flaking coatings and other contaminants which may block effective long-term adhesion.

REPAIRS
For best visual results and long-term performance, cracks, holes and significant surface pitting should be filled with a cement patch material and allowed to cure as directed before proceeding.

EXPANSION JOINTS
Expansion joints in the concrete slab serve an important purpose, guarding against cracking in the slab due to movement — and should NOT be filled. If covering the expansion joints is still preferred, joints should first be treated with ElastoLock Exterior Membrane and Elastolock seam mesh to minimize the chance of any cracking in the finish later due to slab movement.

WASHING THE SURFACE
Removing all dirt, debris and other contaminantsthat may block effective adhesion is key for ensuring long term beauty and performance

If the balcony is situated in a manner that wash water will not cause harm or inconvenience to other units below, cleaning with a pressure washer is extremely effective and recommended

If use of a pressure washer is not possible, perform the following:
1) Scrub the concrete balcony with a deck brush and a strong TSP (trisodium phosphate) and water solution. 2) Mop the concrete with clear water to "rinse" and remove any visible dirt and washing residue. Repeat until the rinse water which comes off the mop is clear. 3) Allow the concrete to dry for a day before proceeding.

MASKING / DROP SHEET USE
Protect adjoining walls, balcony railings, etc., prior to starting work.

RUST STAINS: For rust stains due to rusting metail railings, etc., brush a coat of rust-blocking primer over stains to act as a barrier and allow it to cure as directed before proceeding with other coatings.

VERY SMOOTH SURFACES
Balconies that are very smooth may lack optimal profile for best bond. In such cases, a uniform coat of ElastoLock Exterior Damp-Proof Membrane can be used to ensure long-term bond and also add waterproofing protection. Apply ElastoLock on dry concrete and allow a day to cure before walking on the surface and proceeding with other coatings. NOTE: ElastoLock stays tacky even after full cure and must be top-coated.

Good surface preparation is easy if performed with attention to a few key details. For best results, follow written product instructions. For detailed preparation information, a visit to the surface preparation section is also recommended.

PROCEED WITH APPLICATION OF YOUR DESIRED FINISH ONLY WHEN PREPARATION STEPS ABOVE HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.

SpreadRock® Balcony Application

SpreadRock® delivers the timeless look of speckled granite. As a balcony surface, it adds a refined looking rock hard floor that stands up to all climate extremes, lounge chairs and more. SpreadRock glides on easily with a rounded pool trowel and covers many imperfections, leaving an elegant surface that can last for many years.

STEP ONE: Roll on a uniform coat of Daich Textured Primer which will grab onto the concrete and serve as an ideal bonding surface for the SpreadRock finish. After the Textured Primer has dried for 1 - 2 hours (longer in cool or humid conditions) — SpreadRock can be applied.

STEP TWO: Trowel on two very thin uniform coats of SpreadRock four to six hours apart. The first coat will have some imperfections and show-though of the underlying primer. For the second coat, stir in one cup of water per gallon of SpreadRock with a drill mixer. The added water will "lubricate" the stone mixture, allowing the second coat to flow easily for greater coverage. Final coverage rate of the product with two coats should be approximately 30 sq.ft. Let the surface cure fully until the following day (24 hours) or longer in cool or very humid conditions.

STEP THREE: Twenty four hours after application of SpreadRock (longer in cool or very humid conditions) two coats of sealer are applied several hours apart. For exterior surfaces, Daich Satin Sealer or Ultra Clear Coat are specifically recommended to keep out dirt and stains, guard against water and salt and keep the surface looking like new.

*** OPTIONAL GROUT LINE & MORTAR JOINT EFFECTS: If a tile or flagstone effect is desired, a uniform coat of Daich Textured Primer must be applied first in your desired "grout line / mortar joint" colour. When Primer is dry, lay down a pattern as desired onto the dry primer using Daich Grout Line or Flagstone Stencil Tape. Brush some textured primer over the tape to lock it down before SpreadRock application as detailed above. (Leave the ends of the stencil tape free so you can pull it up later.) After SpreadRock has cured for 24 hours, PEEL UP THE STENCIL TAPE to reveal the pattern and sweep up any debris before application of sealer/clear coat.

READ AND FOLLOW ALL ENCLOSED DIRECTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS THAT COME WITH THE PRODUCT PRIOR TO BEGINING YOUR PROJECT.

If you have any questions — before or during your project — be sure to contact us at info@daichcoatings.com or call 1-866-463-2424. We are here to help you achieve great results!

Visit the SpreadRock® product page for additional details and application videos.

ENJOY YOUR NEW STONE SURFACE!

Concrete Balcony Preparation

SURFACE CONDITION
For best project results, the concrete should be in sound physical condition, free of extensive cracking, pitting and spalling. The surface must also be dry and clean and free of dust, dirt, efflorescence, oil, chemicals, pevious flaking coatings and other contaminants which may block effective long-term adhesion.

REPAIRS
For best visual results and long-term performance, cracks, holes and significant surface pitting should be filled with a cement patch material and allowed to cure as directed before proceeding.

EXPANSION JOINTS
Expansion joints in the concrete slab serve an important purpose, guarding against cracking in the slab due to movement — and should NOT be filled. If covering the expansion joints is still preferred, joints should first be treated with ElastoLock Exterior Membrane and Elastolock seam mesh to minimize the chance of any cracking in the finish later due to slab movement.

WASHING THE SURFACE
Removing all dirt, debris and other contaminantsthat may block effective adhesion is key for ensuring long term beauty and performance

If the balcony is situated in a manner that wash water will not cause harm or inconvenience to other units below, cleaning with a pressure washer is extremely effective and recommended

If use of a pressure washer is not possible, perform the following:
1) Scrub the concrete balcony with a deck brush and a strong TSP (trisodium phosphate) and water solution. 2) Mop the concrete with clear water to "rinse" and remove any visible dirt and washing residue. Repeat until the rinse water which comes off the mop is clear. 3) Allow the concrete to dry for a day before proceeding.

MASKING / DROP SHEET USE
Protect adjoining walls, balcony railings, etc., prior to starting work.

RUST STAINS: For rust stains due to rusting metail railings, etc., brush a coat of rust-blocking primer over stains to act as a barrier and allow it to cure as directed before proceeding with other coatings.

VERY SMOOTH SURFACES
Balconies that are very smooth may lack optimal profile for best bond. In such cases, a uniform coat of ElastoLock Exterior Damp-Proof Membrane can be used to ensure long-term bond and also add waterproofing protection. Apply ElastoLock on dry concrete and allow a day to cure before walking on the surface and proceeding with other coatings. NOTE: ElastoLock stays tacky even after full cure and must be top-coated.

Good surface preparation is easy if performed with attention to a few key details. For best results, follow written product instructions. For detailed preparation information, a visit to the surface preparation section is also recommended.

PROCEED WITH APPLICATION OF YOUR DESIRED FINISH ONLY WHEN PREPARATION STEPS ABOVE HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.

SpreadStone™ Balcony Application

SpreadStone (by roller) is a three-part application that you can apply as a seamless finish or with a "grout" line pattern to make the surface look like stone tile or flagstone. SpreadStone takes a little bit more work — but it can give you a totally unique and inviting balcony.

STEP ONE: Roll on a uniform coat of Daich Textured Primer which will grab onto the prepared balcony and serve as an ideal bonding surface for the SpreadStone finish. After the Textured Primer has dried for 1 - 2 hours (longer in cool or humid conditions) — SpreadStone can be applied.

STEP TWO: Using a 1/2" paint roller, apply a uniform coat of SpreadStone Floor Coating (at a coverage rate of about 60 sq.ft. per gallon) over the dry primer. If you wish, lightly roll over the wet SpreadStone texture with a dry foam roller to soften any peaks of the texture before it dries. Continue until the surface is covered. Allow it to dry for 2 - 4 hours, or until it will support your weight.

Decorative Highlight Coat: Use the Daich Faux Texture Roller roller to apply the corresponding highlight colour over the dry base coat. This process is fast and easy. Use medium roller pressure, to leave a uniform "dappled" finish. Apply in a uniform "X" pattern. See the full method here. (Let everything cure for 24 hours.)

Sanding: (If an optional grout line effect is being used, peel it up before sanding.) Use a pole sander loaded with 60 grit sandpaper to soften texture as desired, then vacuum ALL sanding dust.

STEP THREE: Apply a top coat of Daich Satin Sealer or Ultra Clear Coat for final durability, salt, stain and chemical resistance.

*** OPTIONAL GROUT LINE & MORTAR JOINT EFFECTS: If a tile or flagstone effect is desired, a uniform coat of Daich Textured Primer must be applied first in your desired "grout line / mortar joint" colour. When Primer is dry, lay down a pattern as desired onto the dry primer using Daich Grout Line or Flagstone Stencil Tape. Brush some textured primer over the tape to lock it down before SpreadStone application as detailed above. (Leave the ends of the stencil tape free so you can pull it up later.) After SpreadStone has cured for 24 hours, PEEL UP THE STENCIL TAPE to reveal the pattern and sweep up any debris before application of sealer/clear coat.

Visit the SpreadStone™ product page
for additional details and videos.

READ AND FOLLOW ALL ENCLOSED DIRECTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS THAT COME WITH THE PRODUCT PRIOR TO BEGINING YOUR PROJECT.

If you have any questions — before or during your project — be sure to contact us at info@daichcoatings.com or call 1-866-463-2424. We are here to help you achieve great results!