A high-performance, ready-to-use, water-based epoxy floor paint that resists hot tire pick-up and marring.
For Best Results:
Before you apply the coating to any concrete surface, it is essential to have a properly cleaned and prepped surface.
For new or uncoated surfaces, refer to: Preparation of Uncoated Concrete for Paints & Stains
For previously coated or weathered surfaces, refer to: Preparation of Coated Concrete for Paints & Stains
Once the surface is cleaned, prepped and primed, apply the epoxy floor paint. Make sure to stir the paint before applying. Apply a thin, even layer using a 3/8" nap roller cover, a pad applicator or a nylon-polyester brush.
Cut-in using a brush to coat the perimeter of the surface area that is next to the wall.
Apply the stain, using long even strokes. Apply in one direction to avoid lap lines. Apply the stain when air and surface temperatures are between 50-90 degrees F. Since concrete varies in texture and porosity, 2 coats may be required for uniform appearance.
Allow the first coat to dry for at least 4-6 hours before re-coating, if necessary. Apply the second coat in a criss-cross direction for uniformity of appearance. Do not apply more than 2 coats.
The surface must be fully cured before use.
Allow 24 hours for light foot traffic.
Allow 72 hours for heavy foot traffic and furniture.
Allow 7 days before subjecting to automotive tires.
Allow 30 days before rinsing or cleaning with a mild detergent.
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