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A Brief Description of Acrylic Concrete Primer

Acrylic Concrete Primer

This blog post is about Pacecourt Acrylic Concrete Primer, an acrylic concrete primer with a water-based formula that can used to increase the adhesion of an acrylic coating to concrete surfaces. The concentrated acrylic concrete primer diluted on the job site using potable water. As you will see, a cement or concrete base will not be plain. There is a minor pitch there, and once the primer has applied, the base will appear plain. That is why Pacecourt acrylic concrete primer designed for interior surfaces. Acrylic Concrete Primer has good whiteness, good coverage, flow, and leveling properties. 

Surface Preparation

30 days needed for the concrete base to cure. The surface needs to be completely clean, dry, spotless, and free of foreign objects. 

All of the surfaces must be well-built. The easiest way to determine whether your base prepared is to rub your shoe against it; if cement comes out, your base is not prepared for the next step. However, if no cement comes out, your base prepared and you can proceed to the next step. 

In other words - All surfaces must be solidly constructed, with any weak materials being chipped away. By chipping away any unsound material, including oil and other contaminants. Acid etching or solvents should used to remove oil and other contaminants, and any leftover residues should be completely cleaned up. When acid etching, thoroughly rinse the surface and neutralize it with a solution of 1% ammonia.

  • Store the item at room temperature in a place that is well-ventilated and away from any fire risk.
  • Do not make eye or skin contact. If you come in contact with your eyes or skin, thoroughly rinse with water. 
  • Do not inhale or inject; if inhalation occurs, move to fresh air and seek medical attention if symptoms persist. 
  • While handling the point, wear safety gear such as rubber or polythene gloves, goggles or glasses, and a face mask.
  • Do not apply when temperatures are below 50°F (10°C) or when rain is imminent. 
  • Do not allow products to pool or puddle in low spots. 
Installation Guidelines 

Before applying regular surfacing materials to concrete, it might occasionally be necessary to lightly prime the area. Pacecourt Epoxy Concrete Primer, which Pacecourt manufactures, should applied to concrete surfaces where hydrostatic pressure, efflorescence, staining, or other issues could occur. One part of Acrylic Concrete Primer can diluted with two parts of water and applied as a primer over the entire area with a brush, roller, or squeegee in areas where a primer desired but adhesion or staining is not as important. While being careful to completely coat the surface and fill in all gaps, avoid allowing the material to collect in low areas. Give the primer time to dry before patching.


The coverage of acrylic concrete primer is approximately 0.12KG/m². Depending on the texture and porosity of the concrete, coverage may differ.

Coverage - 0.12KG/M²

Drying Time - Half-Day (Depending Upon Sunlight)
Shelf  Life - 3 Years 

Pack Size Availablity - 20KG, 50KG 

Buy Pacecourt Acrylic Concrete Primer at a reasonable price. Visit Pacecourt for more details.   

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