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Resene Squash Court Coating is easy to apply by brush, roller or airless spray, and can be applied by either volunteers or professional contractors. Best of all, it is a waterborne product, so you won't have to suffer the ill effects of solventborne fumes in areas where ventilation is restricted.
It is supplied as a 6 litre unit that will require a separate mixing container if a full unit is to be used. Mix only the amounts that can be applied during the 90 minute pot life. Two unit packs of mixed material will provide sufficient product to apply one coat to the squash court playing area. Allow the coating system to cure for a minimum of 48 hours before the court is recommissioned. At lower temperatures this may need to be extended to avoid damaging coatings. Full cure will take up to 5 days.
To coat a new surface:
Cementitious surfaces must be clean and free from release agents, oil, grease and laitance.
To recoat previously coated courts:
- Fill holes and surface cracks with Resene Epox-O-Bond Filler (see Data Sheet D808).
- Apply two coats of Resene Squash Court Coating by brush or roller, allowing at least 24 hours between coats OR apply one coat by airless spray.
Repaints require the existing coating to have good integrity and adhesion. Resene Squash Court Coating should only be applied over old Resene Squash Court Coating or similar products in sound condition. If this is not the case, complete removal of the existing coating is required.
- Wash with Resene Graffiti Cleaner (see Data Sheet RA101).
- Thoroughly scrape and sand to remove all loose and flaking paint and to provide a mechanical key for subsequent coats. Sand areas of flaked paint to a feathered edge.
- Fill holes and surface cracks with Resene Epox-O-Bond Filler.
- Apply two coats of Resene Squash Court Coating by brush or roller, allowing at least 24 hours between coats OR apply one coat by spray.
In all cases we recommend either red adhesive stickers or Resene Uracryl 403 (see Data Sheet RA56) to produce court markings.
See Product Data Sheet RA406 for further technical information. Resene Squash Court Coating can be ordered from your nearest Resene ColorShop