PicklePlay RTU - One Color Kit
TCS PicklePlay RTU meets or exceeds USTA and International Tennis Federation specifications.
PicklePlay RTU Color
- 100% acrylic coating for pickleball, tennis, basketball, & multi-purpose courts
- Exceptional Durability and fade resistance
- Safe Non-Slip surface
- Vibrant Finish
PicklePlay RTU - One Color Paint Kit is a 100% acrylic coating for pickleball tennis, basketball, and multi-purpose courts and recreational areas. PicklePlay RTU Color is fortified with sand to provide a safe, non-slip surface. Our revolutionary formula provides superior hiding and durability.
- Light Green
- Medium Green
- Dark Green
New asphalt must be cured for a minimum of 14 days and new concrete must cure a minimum of 30 days prior to application. Concrete surfaces must have a light to medium broomed finish (if concrete has a smooth finish you will need to shot blast to get a textured surface).
Concrete must be acid etched.
Prime concrete prior to application with TCS Concrete Primer/Bonder. Priming is recommended on new concrete or old oxidized surfaces. This may be applied with a short napped paint roller.
Clean Surface - Sweep all dirt and loose debris from surface. Scrub all oil and gasoline stains with household detergent and water. Rinse off the entire surface with water and allow it to dry thoroughly before applying PicklePlay RTU.
Clean and Fill Cracks - Remove dirt and vegetation from cracks with screwdriver, wire brush or another suitable instrument. Clean out cracks with hose and water and allow them to dry. Fill cracks up to 1” wide with suitable Acrylic Crack Filler. Allow crack filler to dry prior to applying PicklePlay. (Dry time varies depending on width and depth of crack).
Stir material thoroughly before using. Do not dilute PicklePlay RTU
A drill and paddle mixer are recommended to ensure complete mixing of the product. The recommended minimum is a 9-amp mud-mixer type drill.
Apply 1 coat of TCS Acrylic Resurfacer with sand. You must add 2 gallons of water to every 5-gallon container. Apply with a soft rubber squeegee (50-60 durometer recommended for squeegee rubber softness).
Apply 2-coats of PicklePlay RTU with a soft rubber squeegee (50-60 durometer recommended for squeegee rubber softness). Allow each coat to dry completely before applying additional coats or lines.
Drying time is dependent on temperature, shade, humidity, etc. (1 to 4 hours of dry time per coat can be expected).
Wash tools in water before material dries.
Application temperature (surface & air temperatures) must be a minimum of 55 ºF and rising. Do not apply when temperature is expected to drop below 55 ºF within a 24- hour period. In areas where dew or fog accumulates in the early evening, it is best to coat in the morning. Stop coating by early afternoon (3:00 pm) to prevent washing off, which will occur if dew, fog, or rain arrives before coating dries.
Do not apply if rain is imminent or forecast within 24 hours of application.
1 gallon will cover approximately 90-100 sq. ft., depending on pavement porosity (450-500 sq. ft. per 5-gallon pail).
Do Not Freeze. Do Not Store At Temperatures Below 50 ºF.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Protect from freezing. Do not take internally. If swallowed, call a physician immediately. In case of contact with your eyes, flush immediately with water for 15 minutes and call a physician. Store material with container tightly closed and upright to avoid spillage. Do not store material in direct sunlight or in areas exceeding 100 degrees Fahrenheit. In case of spill, absorb and dispose of it in accordance with Federal, State, and local regulations.
The manufacturer warrants this product to be of merchantable quality, when used or applied in accordance with the instructions hereon. TCS does not warrant this product to be suitable for any particular use or purpose other than for which it is intended. Liability is limited to replacement of the product, or at its option, to a refund of the price thereof. There are no other warranties either expressed or implied. Liability for any incidental or consequential damage or loss is specifically always excluded.