“It all turned out great” – Tyler
Tyler installed a 500 sq. ft. polyurea kit with the B411 flake in his garage. The floor looks amazing and is even dog-approved (see photo below). Tyler took a before photo featuring the to-be-installed products. That photo illustrates some of what our polyurea kits contain; the polyurea, flake, tint, a few roller covers, and antiskid.
If you are installing the polyurea, you will also want a 5-gallon bucket on hand for mixing, some paintbrushes for hard-to-reach areas, and a NIOSH-approved respirator. Of course, you will also need the materials to complete the prep work – in many garages an acid-etch is the preferable prep method for Polyurea.
The All-Weather Floors polyurea is a single-component system that provides excellent chemical resistance and high durability. The product is easier to install than epoxy because of its extended pot life.