The surface to be coated must be free of any contaminant that will prevent the paint from adhering to the surface. Oil, grease, loose paint chips, gravel, salt films and curing membranes may all interfere with the adhesion of the coating. The surface should be swept clean of all loose contaminants. Visible stains of oils and dirt should be washed from the surface prior to coating. Slick or glossy surfaces, such as hard steel troweled concrete, should be abraded to provide surface profile for the coating to adhere to.
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The products above are commonly recommended for asphalt/concrete zone marking. Diamond Vogel produces many varieties of traffic marking coatings which may be better suited for your project. Click here for more information on Diamond Vogel's traffic marking coatings, or please contact your Diamond Vogel representative for personalized service.