Drive after Tarmaseal treatment

One of the key differences between Tarmaseal™ tarmac restorer and a tarmac paint is that Tarmaseal™ soaks into the tarmac, whereas tarmac paint  tends to sit on the surface and can peel off with weathering and vehicles parking on it. The are many benefits to using a quality product like Tarmaseal™ as listed below:
  • Will restore original colour of a tarmac or asphalt surface (available in black, red and green)
  • Saves money by avoiding the need to replace a tarmac surface
  • Significantly extends the lifespan of a tarmac surface (driveway, car park, tennis court etc)
  • Inhibits the growth of weeds, algae and moss 
  • Removing oil leaks and fuel spillages is much easier
  • Makes tarmac and asphalt more 'elastic' which helps prevent cracks appearing

It’s not a cheap tarmac paint.

Driveways, car parks and playgrounds that have had a cheap tarmac paint applied can look worn and ‘tired’ over time. On the other hand, a superior tarmac paint can transform an old driveway to look as “good as new”. All that is needed is  an application of Tarmaseal™ a high quality tarmac driveway paint. Unlike cheaper tarmac paints, this high quality tarmac restorer will last years.

Asphalt and tarmac surfaces are vulnerable to the effects of sunlight. In time, the colour of the tarmac will fade and the aggregate can become loose after exposure to UV light. If left to deteriorate further, the tarmac or asphalt will eventually start to crack up. This could mean the whole tarmac driveway might have to be replaced. When this happens, use a crack repair compound before applying any tarmac driveway paint. To rejuvenate old tarmac, many people apply cheap tarmac paint which can quickly wear off over time. Tarmaseal™ is specially formulated as a tarmac repair paint to ensure it stays on the surface. It provides a far more effective ‘fix’ to repairing old tarmac driveways.

A superior tarmac driveway paint

The unique feature of Tarmaseal™ is that it does far more than a tarmac paint. It contains the acrylic resins which your driveway had when new, but has lost over time. It will restore the original colouring of your tarmac drive and help reduce surface ‘fretting’ (surface degradation). The product is specially formulated with UV filters to help protect the newly coated tarmac from the damaging effects of sunlight. It can be used with tarmac repair materials for repairing cracks and holes in the surface. This can totally transform the look and appearance of your driveway.

Please note: For a proper curing time, it is important that the temperature is at least 9°-10°C and that there is no possibility of rainfall within the next 24 hours. It is also important to carry out any tarmac repairs to cracks prior to application. It is also effective as tarmac repair paint and superior to cheap tarmac paints often found in DIY stores.

If you would like more information on Tarmaseal™ the smarter alternative to tarmac paint, please call 01268 722500 or complete our online enquiry form.

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