Category : Garage Floor Coatings
Dave just installed our high solids garage floor epoxyy system (DIY garage floor epoxy kit).
Here are some pics of my epoxy job with your products, it came out beautiful.
The finished pic doesn’t do justice as the glare shows some weird ghosting.
TL829 Joint filler
TL015 Epoxy Primer
High Solids Epoxy in Medium Gray
He also use some of our concrete patch.Read More...
Anthony just sent us pictures of his clear polyurea garage floor coating. He loves it and we do too. Clear coatings show off the natural beauty of variations of the existing concrete.
Wells its done and loved how it turned out! Better than I thought it would!!!Read More...
Marcel sent us some photos of his high solids garage floor epoxy project. He also used the Ulti-Mate gray garage storage cabinets. Wow did it turn out nice! It gives us a chance to talk about the difference between our high solids garage floor epoxy and our 100% solids garage floor coatings. Both products feature the exact same Part “A” which is the acutaly epoxy resin. The high solids version we add some solvent to the hardener. But why?
GhostShield 8510 Concrete Sealer is an improvement to the GhostShield 8505 product line and will be available on the same page shortly. SO what is the big deal? Ghostshield took what is perhaps the best concrete sealer on the market and made it better. TIn technical terms, they used solvent as the carrier instead of water. They managed to use a low odor, low VOC solvent that is legal in all 50 states!
Like GhostShield 8505, 8510 can be applied…Read More...
All Weather Floors 2K Polyurea Installation Guidelines
Follow all safety precautions listed on can. Work in well ventilated area. Where a NIOSH approved respirator, pants, long sleeves and gloves. Turn off any pilot lights and make sure no open flames are present during application.
Midwest Rake 9” 48203 3/8” roller or 18” 48209 3/8” Roller. Change rollers every coat and every 400-500 square feet. Available on our Polyurea page
As with all coating guidelines, these steps are not meant to…Read More...
More photos below text.
Thanks for your help through this process. Here is what we did, and my (albeit inexperienced) thoughts:
• Light shot-blast followed by a grind
• Removed all dust
• 1 coat base color (3 gallons plus the pigment covered/837 sq ft)
• 7 lbs flake
• 1 coat clear (just under 3 gallons used, mixed with 24 oz anti skid)
• Cut in all edges, then rolled with 3/8″ roller
• 6 hours between coats
• Very easy to put down
• Phenomenal self leveling
• Never felt rushed to keep a “wet edge”
All Weather Floors Polyurea Garage Floor Coating Gray & Clear
TrueLock ANti-Skid ANti Wear
B310 Color Flakes
I wholeheartedly endorse this product for individuals at any level of proficiency.
Background: I am a relatively new homeowner and a novice DIY handyman.
Given my experience level and the fact that being single, I did not have an available second set of hands, I was looking for a product that did not require industrial preparation and could be applied alone. As my…Read More...
This is actual video of our All Weather Floors polyurea garage floor coating submitted by you of our customers.Read More...
All Weather Floors Polyurea Garage Floor Coating
3 Gallons AWF Gray Polyurea
2 Gallons AWF Clear Polyurea
5# B310 Flake
2 1.6# containers Anti Skid
Unedited Feedback from Customer about Installation of Polyura Garage Floor Coating Process
Dudley W, Virginia
GarageFlooringLLC, All Weather Floors (AWF) Application
Garage Slab is 29ft x 18ft.
Concrete 8” slab at 3500psi, troweled finish.
Preparation and Application of the AWF product was fairly straight forward. This was the first time I had ever coated a garage floor and was…Read More...