Bright games painted on a cement or asphalt surface are a welcome addition to any playground! Use the suggested patterns attached here, or think back to your own childhood to come up with possible games! Note: Your site will obviously have to have a bare cement or asphalt surface on which you can paint, and where children can play safely.Download Instructions
|9" roller, pad, and tray||Adjust as needed|
|4" roller, pad, and tray||Adjust as needed|
|Assorted art brushes||Adjust as needed|
|Concrete or asphalt primer||Adjust as needed|
|Roller extensions||Adjust as needed|
|Porch and floor paint||Adjust as needed|
|Duct tape||Adjust as needed|
|1 ½" painter's tape||Adjust as needed|
|Adjust as needed||Paint cups|
|Adjust as needed||Latex gloves|
|Paint can opener||Adjust as needed|
|Stirring sticks||Adjust as needed|
|Caution tape||Adjust as needed|
|Non-skid additive (optional)||Adjust as needed|
Sort all materials into piles by like items to ensure you have materials needed to complete project.
Wash the entire area with a pressure washer or hose with a high powered nozzle. Then sweep the area and let it dry completely.
Prime the entire area using a clear concrete or asphalt primer and rollers with extension.
Additional notes about working with Concrete Primer:
Begin by brainstorming which Asphalt Game(s) you would like to do. Draw your ideas on scrap paper before you start.
If you have not yet done so, prime the area with either asphalt or concrete primer.
Outline your game with measuring tape, chalk, pencils, and/or tape.
You may want to add a no-skid additive to prevent the painted area from being slippery when wet.
Fill in colors first, and then go back after it’s dry to add outlines and touch up any edges.
Place caution tape around the painted area so no one walks through your masterpiece!