1Before starting this job, check the weather and make sure it’s going to be a clear day. Remove dirt, moss, lichen, dust or loose material using a trowel / paint scraper and by brushing with a stiff bristle brush.
2If required, use an oil & drive cleaner to remove any existing oil/grease deposits and to clean driveways prior to application. Leave the cleaner on for the time indicated in instructions.
3Hose down the area with a power washer or alternatively rinse the tarmac with water and brush the area to be coated - this will remove all surface debris. Check the existing surface and if necessary fill any holes or surface imperfections with a suitable cold cure tarmac in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
4Plan how you are going to apply the seal. Make sure that you have an exit point when you have finished the job – you don’t want to trap yourself in a corner! Drive Seal can be applied using a long pile roller on damp, but not saturated surfaces. Using a roller tray, load the roller fully and apply in an even coat ensuring all irregularities are covered.
5Leave to dry for the time indicated in instructions. If necessary apply a second coat. For best results the seal should be left overnight before parking vehicles on it or subjecting it to heavy foot traffic.
6Now the tarmac is completely clean and rejuvenated.