Item # 3572P
Clear area to be coated by simply sweeping away loose dirt and debris, then apply only "one coat" of Duracourt. It's that easy to restore a clean polished look to your tennis courts and/or recreational areas.
- Tough colorfast coating won’t fade from the sun and stays looking great for years.
- To apply deck coating and concrete paint, simply sweep the surface first and apply.
- The easy, do-it-yourself solution for deck paint won’t chip, crack or fade.
- Concrete deck paint covers approximately 100-125 square feet per gallon.
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modest performance Review by Northwest TR
After much research on court surfacing including two bids for pro surfacing, I opted for Duracourt paint mainly for it's ease of application and advertised durability/performance.
I masked off my pickleball court lines with Gorilla duct tape and that worked fine. I then poured about 1/2 gallon of Duracourt paint and rolled it out generously and only in manageable sections.
It looked great....the first season. Now, we live in the Northwest/Seattle region. Lots of rain, modest summers. I clean the surface well, court had cured for 1 year and it was a good, dry stretch of summer. The second season, one end of the court began to bubble and peel/flake some. This third season I'm pressure washing it all off. I will reapply as I have enough gallons left over. This time I'll use an epoxy bonding agent/primer before painting hoping it will help. Then again, this is the NW and likely more damp, cloudier than most places so I don't think exterior concrete paint as a rule in the NW works very well.
This paint is okay, just maybe not the best and maybe not for the NW.
Concrete Porch Problem Solved Review by Big Ric Dominic in Dayton
My modest brick ranch home in Ohio looks much better after removing the indoor/outdoor carpet from the exposed concrete step and concrete entry landing into my home-especially with the Tennis Court Paint red tile paint now applied! Looks good with better curb appeal. :)
Duracourt Update Review by RJ
I recoated my court. Everything turned out great. A couple of suggestions though. Order more than you calculate you need. I Ordered based on the suggestion by Kelly Technical and ended up short by 2 buckets (10 gallons). I also used a squeegee to apply then rolled it in with a extra wide roller. This worked a lot better than just using the roller, like I did last time.
Duracourt is great! Review by RJ
I used Duracourt on my asphalt tennis court about 8 years ago. It was easy to apply good coverage and long lasting. I need to coat the court this year (actually needed to do it last year) and I will be using Duracourt again.