Parking Lot Paint

  1. A Handy Guide on Product Application Temperatures For Sealcoating and Asphalt Maintenance

    Knowing the best temperatures when applying crack filler, pavement sealer and line striping traffic paint is a key factor in making sure that the outcome is satisfactory and long-lasting. This means that when applied at proper conditions, these products will last a long time. The material won’t peel off, flake or crack after a week or a month from application, especially after getting exposed to extremely cold weather.

    This handy guide will provide you the most ideal temperatures based on product, so you don’t have to rely on guesswork when working on a project.

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  2. How to Paint Parking Lot

    Painting a parking lot is not the same as painting on a canvas. The semi-flexible surface of asphalt makes it impossible to use just any type of paint. You need a more durable version that can withstand high foot and car traffic, as well as different weather conditions. 

    If you want to achieve the best results, you need to invest and use dedicated parking lot paint supplies. You should also know the proper method on how to paint a parking lot so lines and signs will last. 

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  3. Choosing the Best Parking Lot Striping Paint

    There's nothing more frustrating than putting time and effort into line striping, only to find those lines fading and peeling within weeks. To save you from repainting costs and more work, you will need the right parking lot striping paint for the project. But, with so many options, how do you find the right one for the job?  

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  4. When Should I Restripe My Parking Lot?

    If you own a parking lot, it is important to make sure that the lot is always in the best shape possible, naturally. You want it asphalt to be intact and sealed, and you want the stripes and spaces in the lot to be clear and bright. It offers a range of benefits for your parking lot and business. There are many times that you should consider restriping the parking lot.

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