"Mark the floor with a pencil in 450 mm increments along the side, mark the opposite side the same, then repeat this operation for the other two opposing ends."
"Use Megatreat Tile Tape to join these marks, creating the tile effect as such …"
"For tips on applying the tape, see the Megatreat Tile Tape section."
Remember that the terracotta becomes a shade darker when the satin or gloss sealer is applied.
Cut in with a good quality brush first.
Roll first coat using a medium nap roller and allow to dry.
Apply a second coat as per the previous 2 steps. Allow to dry.
For a deeper joint (optional), and to give a more realistic "real tile look", apply a third coat and allow to dry 1 – 2 hours depending on weather conditions.
Carefully pull up tape starting with the last section that was put down.
Sweep up or vacuum all dried terracotta pieces that come off from the taped area.
Seal the surface using Megatreat Satin, Gloss or Natural Sealer, for tips on applying the sealer, see the Megatreat Sealer section.
Apply Megatreat Satin Sealer your new terracotta finished surface, which should be clean, dry and free from debris before applying the sealer. Apply at least 2 coats, but if the surface is to be subjected to high or heavy traffic, you may wish to apply a third coat.
Applying the Tile Tape is best carried out with two people …
You may also need to seal the tape to prevent "bleed through", for tips on applying the sealer, see the Megatreat Satin Sealer section.