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Dance floors are normally sealed and then polished to give the required ease of
‘slide’ to the dancers.
Wooden Floor:
After proper surface preparation with sanding & filling
apply a coat of appropriate sealer
Apply 2 coats of Polyurethane Enamel
or 2 – 3 coats of Polyurethane Clear Lacquer
If the paint is sound on the wall, it might be over coated with similar material. But
if it has to be over coated with Acrylic Plastic Emulsion or Luxury Silk then it is
better to scrap off the old paint and apply a coat of Plastron Sealer followed by 2
coats of finished paint.
Tanks are usually made of concrete, mild or galvanized steel.
Surface Preparation:
The surface must be free from dust, rust or oily matters or any sort of
contamination. Before painting it must be ensured that the tank is completely
Interior Painting:
Since interior walls of the tanks are continuously under water there is always
chances of growth of fungi and algae in cement tanks and rust in steel tanks.
This ultimately pollutes drinking water and makes it unsuitable for human
consumption. To get rid of this problem the interior of the tanks should be
painted with a hazard free paint.
Apply 3 coats of “Aquasafe” with a time interval of minimum 24 hrs between the
coats. After last coating allow the paint to dry for 72 hrs or so for complete hard
dry. Fill the tank with water and hold it for 24 hrs, then drain out. Fill the tank for
continuous consumption as it is now free from any contamination.
Exterior Painting:
Primer Coat:
For G.I. Sheet, first coat with Wash Primer then a coat of Robb. Red 
            Oxide Primer or Zinc Chromate Primer or Zinc Phosphate Primer.