Tarmac Paint & Tarmac Restorer System

Back to Black!

The ‘Back to Black’ Tarmac Renovator from Go-Gum Limited, is a heavy duty, commercial quality, Tarmac paint and Asphalt refurbishment product, that not only re-colours faded and worn tarmac surfaces but also helps to greatly increase the life span of the surface.

  • Cost Effective, Protective Solution.
  • Totally Safe, Water based, Environmentally Friendly Tarmac paint.
  • Perfect for Tarmac restoration in Public Areas, Car Parks and Playgrounds.
  • We can Supply or Apply this AMAZING Tarmac resoration Product for you.

Tarmac Paint Application Video

Product Demonstration

Should you require a no obligation demonstration of the Back to Black Tarmac Restoration Paint please contact us on 020 7566 3988. We are happy to visit you at an agreed location in order to demonstrate the unique cleaning and protection solutions offered by Go-Gum limited.

Tarmac Renovator Product Details

Areas of Use

Tarmac Renovator can be applied to asphalt and tarmacadam surfaces, including pedestrian areas, forecourts, car parks, playgrounds, or any high traffic asphalt and tarmac area which requires renovation and protection!

Technical Specification

Appearance: Black Green, or Red Liquid
Odour: Ammoniacal
PH: 9-10
Viscosity: 10-12 Poise @ 20oC
Freezing point: N/A
Boiling point: N/A
VOC: 24
Flash point: N/A
Explosive properties: N/A
Density: 1.03 g/cm3 @20oC
Solubility in water: Soluble

Prior to application of Product

  • Thoroughly clean the area with a waterjet.
  • Attend to any contaminated areas using degreaser or fungicidal wash as appropriate.
  • Attend to any surface repairs using rapid set filler or cold tar.
  • Allow for the area to dry thoroughly prior to application of Product.

Applying Product

  • Cut in around the outer perimeter with a 4” brush or similar or use masking tape.
  • Apply Product with a roller.
  • Do not apply if temperature is below10°c
  • Do not apply if rain is likely.
  • Drying times will vary depending on the prevailing weather conditions.

To reduce the chance of roller application marks and / or a patchy appearance, always

  • Stir the product well using a drill and paddle.
  • Do not dilute the product.
  • Apply the product evenly to create a uniform surface coverage.
  • Ensure the first coat uniformly colours the total surface area.
  • Avoid pooling of the product.
  • Avoid excess run off of product from the side of the roller.
  • As this does occur, spread the product over adjacent areas.
  • Avoid rolling continuous straight lines in the same direction.
  • At all times, vary the direction of the roller in a random way.
  • Always maintain a live edge of wet product to avoid overlap.
  • Plan any stop / start points at inconspicuous areas.
  • Once treated and allowed to dry, applying a less generous second coat will improve colour uniformity and improve wear characteristics.

Summary

  • General colour variances will be created by uneven application and any colour variances will be more visible if the product was applied in the same direction.
  • Varying surface textures will produce different colour effects despite product being applied evenly. i.e. smooth / closed surfaces will always look different to textured / open surfaces.
  • If roller lines are visible it indicates that the product was not applied uniformly.
  • If the product is not applied uniformly any variances will be more noticeable if roller application was always in the same direction.
  • Avoid stopping the application in straight lines.
  • Always feather out ‘live edges’.