It used to be difficult to find appropriate coating for your garage because products on the market were oil-based or latex paint, which cause paint lifting and peeling. As a result, it was difficult to maintain a clean garage floor. Even though, gloss paints clean up easily, it was slippery when it became wet and a danger to anyone who stepped on it. Therefore, some homeowners kept the concrete flooring to avoid the danger that these products cause. Today, homeowners can purchase epoxy garage floor coating, which provides better coverage for the floor without the problems of the past.
Epoxy is an ideal garage floor coating for oily and dirty garage whether commercial or residential. It withstands frequent tire movement without floor damage and is superior to other products on the market. It is durable, resistant and tolerates any type of automotive fluid. Cleaning your garage is easy when you use this product. Sweep the floor to remove dirt and debris and then mop the floor using warm soap and water regularly.
Epoxy floor coatings uses a chemically cured substance and is composed of two parts epoxy. Using one coating provides a beautiful gloss appearance that lasts a long time and is able to withstand extreme hot temperatures. It does not lift or peel due to the heat of hot tires like other floor coating product on the market.
Installing epoxy floor coating can be a little on the tricky side make sure you understand the manufactures instructions before you start. Clean the garage floor first because it requires a clean surface to help the substance adhere to the flooring. Give the floor a profile chemically or manually. Apply the coating with the recommended applicator. In roughly 8 to 12 hours, the floor will feel dry to touch. However, it takes at least 72 hours to dry completely, and to accommodate parking of your vehicle.