The existing surface shall be clean, free from all dirt, dust, and foreign debris, and shall be dry. New asphalt and concrete should be allowed a 30-day curing period before applying any coatings. If Acrylic Resurfacer product is to be applied over concrete, please apply pacecourt Acrylic Concrete Primer as per instruction sheets. Prior to the application of any coatings, the entire area should be flooded with water and checked for depressions of 1/16″ or greater. Depressions shall be levelled properly using a pacecourt depression filler mix.
Acrylic Resurfacer may also be used to fill very minor depressions (1/8″ or less) by mixing 1 part of Acrylic Resurfacer with 1 part #60-#100 mesh silica sand. Only add a small amount of water, if necessary, to achieve workability.
Once patching is complete, 1-2 applications of pacecourt Acrylic Resurfacer product shall be applied to the surface. When adding water and silica sand, It must then be mixed thoroughly until the material is consistent. The amount and size of the sand may be varied to achieve different textures and filling properties. Larger sand will have greater filling properties. The mixed product shall be applied to the surface using a soft, rubber squeegee. The finished surface shall have a uniform appearance and be free of ridges and tool marks. If more than 1 application is applied, the 2nd application should be 90°angle from the 1st application.
Pacecourt Acrylic Resurfacer, which is 100% acrylic-based and contains a selection of fillers and fibers that smooths the surface. The resurfacer blended with two ingredients: silica sand and cement. When coupled with silica sand, resurfaced designed as an acrylic filler; when combined with cement, it is designed as an fiber coat, and perhaps most importantly, there is no lead, mercury, or asbestos in acrylic resurfaced.