Can Dulux Renovation Range Tiles & Benchtops be used on tiled floors?
No, Dulux Renovation Range Tiles & Benchtops cannot be used on floors. Dulux Renovation Range Tiles & Benchtops does not contain any slip-resistant additives that is required on the floors in wet areas of the home. This means that the surface wet or dry will have substantially less slip resistance.
Can Dulux Renovation Range Floors be applied to timber floors?
It is not advisable to apply Dulux Renovation Range Floors to timber floors. There is a complete range of suitable timber coatings available from the Dulux Woodcare range that are suitable for these applications.
Can Dulux Renovation Range Floors be applied to concrete floors?
Yes, Dulux Renovation Range Floors can be applied to properly cleaned and prepared concrete floors. New concrete should be left for a minimum of 28 days before coating. All concrete floors should be cleaned (Berger Jet Dry Active Clean) and acid etched (Berger Jet Dry Active Etch ) then rinsed and allowed to dry prior to coating with Dulux Renovation Range Floors.
Can Dulux Renovation Range Floors be applied to porcelain tiles?
Dulux Renovation Range products should be first applied to a small, inconspicuous area of any porcelain tile floor or wall area so that wetting behaviour and adhesion after 5 days can be checked. Some porcelain tiles are made with a very hydrophobic surface that tends to stop the Renovation Range products gaining the necessary adhesion.
Can Dulux Renovation Range Floors be applied to linoleum / vinyl floors?
Dulux Renovation Range Floors is not recommended for linoleum and vinyl flooring.
Where can I learn more about Dulux Renovation Range?
Dulux has prepared a number of “How To” videos and placed them on www.dulux.co.nz/renovationrange