Joined: May 2018
||Posted: 31 May 2018,15:14
I'm new to this forum, and just looking for a bit of advice.
I'm looking to alter the colour of some fairly old paving slabs which I believe are sandstone (I can post a picture if it helps). We want to do it as we donít like the colour but donít want to re-pave everything.
Iíve picked up two paint samples to try; one from my local paint merchant (an external concrete paint which they suggested that I apply a first coat thinned with white spirit, before two further coats), and this: http://www.floorpaintexpress.co.uk/drive-grip-anti-slip-paint.html
Both of them have anti-slip properties. Has anybody had experience of painting such slabs in the past and have they come across issues with maintenance etc?
Some forums elsewhere seem to advise avoiding painting them at all, but surely this must be an option! Any help or advice you can provide would be fantastic!
I know nothing!