How to Coat Your Shop or Industrial Floor on a Budget
Update: We have not offered Rust Bullet for several years. We have found garage floor coatings that hold up as advertised. Polyurea and TruAlloy garage coatings are simply the best. They can be adjusted for commercial and industrial applications.
You have a shop floor or and industrial floor and you want to protect it. the costs of 100% Solids epoxy systems are incredibly expensive and the results of many products are hit and miss.Â There has to be an alternative that is more effective than concrete paint and less expensive (not to mention less work) that using an epoxy coating system. Don’t ever believe someone who tells you they have the ‘Silver Bullet’. Rust Bullet, on the contrary is ideal for exactly these situations. While concrete was not the original purpose of Rust Bullet coatings, its performance has been proven time and time again. From factory floors to sewage plants, Rust Bullet is making coating concrete a lot easier and a lot more affordable for shop and industrial floors.
How Many Coats of Rust Bullet Will I Need?
The first thing you have to consider is how many coats you want to do. For residential garages we recommend at least two coats. For industrial applications, we suggest at least four coats. Obviously many residential shops and pole barns can get by with three. One you know how many coats want and how many square feet you have, the chart below will help you determine how much material you need — please note some variation based on concrete texture and porosity is normal. If you need more than 5 gallons, please call us for special pricing. You can also Buy Here
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