Garage Floor Epoxy Coating

Garage Floor Epoxy Coating

America's Premium Floor Coating Ideal for concrete & wood floor coating applications Epoxy Coat Garage Flooring Professional Grade EpoxyGarage Floor Coating Kits Epoxy-Coat garage flooring is the most durable and longest lasting 100% solids Cycloaliphatic epoxy floor coating kit on the market today. Our kits are ideal for garage, basement, patio, industrial or commercial concrete or wood floor coating. The applications are endless, and you can revitalize any floor to get a great new look with superior durability, giving you professional reliability and a great look in no time. When comparing the thickness after dried application between Epoxy-Coat and normal epoxies, you will notice that you need over 2.5X the gallons to equal the thickness of 1 gallon of Epoxy-Coat. Our product has been designed through extensive testing for years to ensure that it retains the highest durability while being easy to apply and use. This means that you can get the job done with one layer and do not need to spend days applying several coats for the same strength. You can do it yourself in an afternoon and get a beautiful finish on your garage floor, basement, indoor patio, wood floor and even commercial floor coating applications. This project is quick and easy and can be completed in no time, so you will be enjoying your beautiful new floors without needing to call in professional help and wait weeks. In addition to your outdoor applications, Epoxy-Coat garage flooring can be used in any room in your house safely, and is ideal for children’s play rooms, bathrooms, basements, laundry rooms, kitchens and mud rooms. Epoxy-Coat can be applied in a single coat with the thickness of 5+ coats of paint with no odor and a dry time of 12 hours. Epoxy-Coat is perfect for rough and pitted concrete floors due to the self-leveling nature and 100% solids non-shrinking formula. It will repair cracks and damage with ease, giving you a smooth floor that looks and feels brand new the moment it dries. A single use of Epoxy-Coat garage flooring will patch and coat all in one application. Our floor coating is the most durable and longest lasting epoxy coating kit of its kind, and it outperforms all other national brands. You will notice a huge difference in no time, and will enjoy a lifetime of reliability and great looking floors! • Lifetime Warranty• 10x more durable• 5x thicker This is Not a Sub-Standard Water Based Epoxy Kit; Epoxy-Coat® is the ONLY Industrial Grade Single-Coat Application of its kind!
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Garage Floor Epoxy Coating

Professional Grade EpoxyGarage Floor Coating Kits Epoxy-Coat garage flooring is the most durable and longest lasting 100% solids Cycloaliphatic epoxy floor coating kit on the market today. Our kits are ideal for garage, basement, patio, industrial or commercial concrete or wood floor coating. The applications are endless, and you can revitalize any floor to get a great new look with superior durability, giving you professional reliability and a great look in no time. When comparing the thickness after dried application between Epoxy-Coat and normal epoxies, you will notice that you need over 2.5X the gallons to equal the thickness of 1 gallon of Epoxy-Coat. Our product has been designed through extensive testing for years to ensure that it retains the highest durability while being easy to apply and use. This means that you can get the job done with one layer and do not need to spend days applying several coats for the same strength. You can do it yourself in an afternoon and get a beautiful finish on your garage floor, basement, indoor patio, wood floor and even commercial floor coating applications. This project is quick and easy and can be completed in no time, so you will be enjoying your beautiful new floors without needing to call in professional help and wait weeks. In addition to your outdoor applications, Epoxy-Coat garage flooring can be used in any room in your house safely, and is ideal for children’s play rooms, bathrooms, basements, laundry rooms, kitchens and mud rooms. Epoxy-Coat can be applied in a single coat with the thickness of 5+ coats of paint with no odor and a dry time of 12 hours. Epoxy-Coat is perfect for rough and pitted concrete floors due to the self-leveling nature and 100% solids non-shrinking formula. It will repair cracks and damage with ease, giving you a smooth floor that looks and feels brand new the moment it dries. A single use of Epoxy-Coat garage flooring will patch and coat all in one application. Our floor coating is the most durable and longest lasting epoxy coating kit of its kind, and it outperforms all other national brands. You will notice a huge difference in no time, and will enjoy a lifetime of reliability and great looking floors! • Lifetime Warranty• 10x more durable• 5x thicker This is Not a Sub-Standard Water Based Epoxy Kit; Epoxy-Coat® is the ONLY Industrial Grade Single-Coat Application of its kind!
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Garage Floor Epoxy Coating

Step One // How to Epoxy-Coat a Garage Floor Floor Finish Overview Illustration by Gregory Nemec Floor Finish Overview Applying an epoxy coating to a concrete floor is as easy as painting walls, but as with painting, the success is in the prep work. Once the calculations, color choices, and cleaning are taken care of, the actual application will seem like the easiest part. To bond well, epoxy requires an even, slightly rough, and totally clean surface. That means patching any potholes and cracks and allowing them to cure fully. Concrete must be at least 60 days old and not sealed for the epoxy to adhere. You can tell if your floor already has a sealer if water beads on it or if you get to Step 2 in this process and the etching solution doesn’t foam; if that’s the case, you’ll need to take off the sealer with a chemical stripper or a special machine. (Painted floors can be recoated if there’s no peeling.) Stripping the floor, however, does not clean it. Any grease or dirt will compromise the epoxy adhesion, so cleaning and etching is a step that should not be rushed. Different manufacturers offer different types of cleaners, so check out the ingredients before you choose what type is best for you. Chemical cleaners vary widely, from harsh degreasers and etchers to safer but less effective organics. You can cut down on the elbow grease by renting a machine called a floor maintainer for about $40 a day. Epoxy coatings typically come in kits with everything you need. Once you choose one, determine if you’ll need to order extra supplies. Manufacturers may suggest two coats of the epoxy paint and top coat, but most standard kits only supply enough for one coat. If you choose to add color flakes, which will help hide concrete’s inherent imperfections, determine how heavily you’ll broadcast them across the floor so you don’t come up short. Also, if your garage’s foundation rises above grade at the bottom of the walls, you may want to consider coating another few inches up the vertical surfaces to make cleaning the garage easier. Then decide if you want to include an antiskid additive, granules that give the finished floor a sandpaperlike surface. This may be a good option in rainy or ice-prone regions. Once the floor is clean and ready for its coating, it all comes down to timing. Choose a day to do the work when the concrete won’t be damp from rainy weather and when the temperature is between 50 and 80 degrees; otherwise the application can bubble and peel. Then, once you mix the epoxy paint and hardener, you only have about 2 hours to work with it, so you’ll need to plan out in advance how best to paint yourself out of the garage, starting in a back corner. The hardest part is waiting: The typical drying time between each step is 12 to 24 hours. And once the whole floor is done, you still have to hold off parking the car on it for another 72 hours.
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Garage Floor Epoxy Coating

Floor Finish Overview Applying an epoxy coating to a concrete floor is as easy as painting walls, but as with painting, the success is in the prep work. Once the calculations, color choices, and cleaning are taken care of, the actual application will seem like the easiest part. To bond well, epoxy requires an even, slightly rough, and totally clean surface. That means patching any potholes and cracks and allowing them to cure fully. Concrete must be at least 60 days old and not sealed for the epoxy to adhere. You can tell if your floor already has a sealer if water beads on it or if you get to Step 2 in this process and the etching solution doesn’t foam; if that’s the case, you’ll need to take off the sealer with a chemical stripper or a special machine. (Painted floors can be recoated if there’s no peeling.) Stripping the floor, however, does not clean it. Any grease or dirt will compromise the epoxy adhesion, so cleaning and etching is a step that should not be rushed. Different manufacturers offer different types of cleaners, so check out the ingredients before you choose what type is best for you. Chemical cleaners vary widely, from harsh degreasers and etchers to safer but less effective organics. You can cut down on the elbow grease by renting a machine called a floor maintainer for about $40 a day. Epoxy coatings typically come in kits with everything you need. Once you choose one, determine if you’ll need to order extra supplies. Manufacturers may suggest two coats of the epoxy paint and top coat, but most standard kits only supply enough for one coat. If you choose to add color flakes, which will help hide concrete’s inherent imperfections, determine how heavily you’ll broadcast them across the floor so you don’t come up short. Also, if your garage’s foundation rises above grade at the bottom of the walls, you may want to consider coating another few inches up the vertical surfaces to make cleaning the garage easier. Then decide if you want to include an antiskid additive, granules that give the finished floor a sandpaperlike surface. This may be a good option in rainy or ice-prone regions. Once the floor is clean and ready for its coating, it all comes down to timing. Choose a day to do the work when the concrete won’t be damp from rainy weather and when the temperature is between 50 and 80 degrees; otherwise the application can bubble and peel. Then, once you mix the epoxy paint and hardener, you only have about 2 hours to work with it, so you’ll need to plan out in advance how best to paint yourself out of the garage, starting in a back corner. The hardest part is waiting: The typical drying time between each step is 12 to 24 hours. And once the whole floor is done, you still have to hold off parking the car on it for another 72 hours.

Garage Floor Epoxy Coating

Garage Floor Epoxy Coating
Garage Floor Epoxy Coating
Garage Floor Epoxy Coating