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Received my order, and can't say enough good things about my experience!! To make a short story kinda long, my wife, 2 dogs and I have lived in our patio home here in Scottsdale for years, and have gone through 5 outdoor carpets thanks to our dogs. Can't get too mad since its outside, at least. : ) I finally gave up on the carpets, but wanted to do something over the nasty concrete. The first Read More...

Rust Bullet Over Wood & Shed Floors

Rust Bullet over garage floors has become incredibly popular. Rust Bullet also works amazingly well over shed floors and wood in general. If you don't want the gray, two to three coats of the clear looks amazing. Just like on concrete, the Rust Bullet protects and seals the surface below. If you are using just the clear and the surface is to be walked on, we will send you anti-skid at no extra charge. Here are a couple of things Read More...

How to Repair a Rust Bullet Floor

One thing that separates Rust Bullet from a standard garage floor epoxy or other garage floor coating is how easy it is to repair. If you have applied Rust Bullet Standard, with no additional flakes or coatings, repair is easy! Simply apply Metal Blast over the surface of the entire floor and allow it to dry. Rinse it off, let it dry and re-coat the surface. Alternatively, if you just have a small area that is damaged, you can just Read More...

Rust Bullet Project: Beautiful Cars Beautiful Floor

Truth be told, many of us would be thrilled to death with the cars. Most of us would settle for the beautiful garage floor -- a full broadcast flake system utilizing the Rust Bullet Garage Floor Coating and B-411 1/8" flakes. A nice lift, would be icing on the cake for either. This garage has it all, and we are honored to have supplied the flooring! All the pictures below are of the Rust Bullet System shown in the slide Read More...

10 Reasons to Buy Your Floor from GarageFlooringLLC.com Instead of a Warehouse Store or Home Center

There are a lot of factors that go into purchasing a garage floor, and price is certainly one of them. We understand that 100% and that is why we offer our lowest delivered price guarantee. Regardless of where you buy your garage floor, it is going to be an investment. Purchasing your garage floor from a warehouse store or home center may just leave you with a sour taste and a lot of wasted money. Here are 10 Reasons Read More...
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Full Broadcast Rust Bullet Garage Floor Coating Project

David sent us these great images of his full broadcast Rust Bullet garage floor coating project. He used the Rust Bullet base, B-411 flake in 1/8" and two coats of clear.  David's incredible attention to detail made for a beautiful floor! Read More...

FAQ: Is My Rust Bullet Mixed

FAQ: Is My Rust Bullet Mixed One common question we get from customers is about mixing Rust Bullet. After the product is mixed for 3 minutes, it is not uncommon for it to look like the image . There is no need to panic. This is completely normal. Of course, if you have concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.   Read More...

Check out Skip’s Rust Bullet Shop Floor

Skip's Rust Bullet Shop Floor There are a lot of great coatings on the market. One thing that continues to amaze us about Rust Bullet is the average Joe can pressure wash off his floor, let it dry, open a bucket, mix it and roll it on. No grinding, no acid etching. No concerns about pot life and no mixing multiple parts. Most importantly its not complicated and it does not fail. Read More...

What is the best garage floor epoxy for my garage?

What is the best garage floor epoxy for my garage? What is the best garage floor epoxy for my garage? Anyone who says that they can answer that question with a single product for any garage is full of it and you should run! How can I say that? Every garage is different and every individual has different needs and experience working with epoxies. While it is not technically difficult, it requires an incredible amount of effort and foresight to Read More...

How to Repair Spalled / Spalling Concrete

Spalled Concrete is typically caused by damage from road salts, moisture and freeze thaw. The early application of a densifier and waterproofer such as TL39 can help to prevent this. Once it has occurred, it is important to go back and patch the floor and prevent further damage. While typical concrete patch can be affective, it often does not hold up. A better solution is to use a concrete patch kit that is a combination of resins and aggregate. When Read More...
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