Drafting and designing
We recommend that when designing the pattern you take into account the entire space and its dimensions.
When drafting the details, you should pay close attention to the restrictions that hand-made patterning may impose on you. Furthermore, bear in mind that producing and repeating accurate and detailed patterns is extremely difficult.
You can ensure that an impressive look to a patterned floor is created by using individual and bright colors. The wide range of colors available for epoxy coatings provides designers with almost complete freedom to design patterned floors.
Work instructions - Free-hand patterning
This technique allows the free use of patterns and colors on the floor surface. The most striking result is achieved with large, simple patterns.
Color choices help create fabulous contrasts or more subtle designs.
Pre-treatment and priming
1. Spread the Temafloor P 300 epoxy coating using a roller with a short nap into an even layer. If necessary, the surface can be spike-rolled to remove air bubbles.
1. For patterning, it is good to use pots with nozzles of different sizes. Carry out the patterning with the "wet-on-wet" technique. Let the undercoat dry for 20–30 min before starting patterning.
2. Use spiked shoes when moving on the painted area. Apply the color in accordance with your plan using the pots.
3. The coating is self-levelling. Avoid using too much color at one time to prevent it from spreading over borders of the figure. Before starting the patterning work, it might be a good idea to do a test on a small sample.
The surface can be lacquered with Temafloor 400 epoxy varnish if needed.