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    What the best way to revitalize my tarmac drive ,Any ideas lads,Thanks

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    More tarmac

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    Trouble is it aint old old The blackness goes out of it to quick and looks ****

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    A neighbour painted his with a matt black masonry paint applied with a roller after he'd pressure washed it. Certainly improved it but it eventually returned back to the faded grey colour.

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    At a place I worked we needed to paint over some car park markings, I'm sure we used some special tarmac paint. Can't seem to find anything online though?
    50 shades of grey primer....

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    the mother in law had hers repainted in a bitumen type paint and it has stayed jet black for years (and gets full sun), cant fully remember the product but I think it was called tarmaseal or something like that, it came in oblong plastic tubs that allowed a roller to be dipped in when applying, stunk to high heavan like bitumen does though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattblack View Post
    At a place I worked we needed to paint over some car park markings, I'm sure we used some special tarmac paint. Can't seem to find anything online though?
    did you use gloss or mattblack

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    I like the sound of the Tarmaseal,Thanks

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