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Epoxy Flooring

Durable Protective Finish

Epoxy flooring is a coating that is applied over a solid substrate in order to preserve it. It is recommended in high-traffic areas as it is a very resilient system and is easy to clean and maintain.

Epoxy floors are highly resistant to just about everything – oil, gasoline, bleach, transmission fluid, cleaners and more. One of the main reasons they’re frequently used in garages and other facilities across the automotive industry. 

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STEP 1
SURFACE PREPARATION
Concrete is shot blasted or ground to create proper profile for coating.
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STEP 2
CLEANING UP
Any additional spots are manually cleaned up and sanded down.
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STEP 3
CRACKS
Any cracks and holes are filled and sanded.
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STEP 4
PRIMING
The floor is primed with a suitable epoxy primer.
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STEP 5
CLEANING
After the primer dries, the surface is cleaned again.
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STEP 6
METALLIC BASE
The metallic base coat is mixed.
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STEP 7
DECORATIVE COAT
The metallic epoxy coat is applied.
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STEP 8
CLEAR COAT
The high-gloss top coat is applied.
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STEP 8
FINISHED PRODUCT
After allowing to sit for around 24 hours the finished floor is ready.
EPOXY FLOOR INSTALLATION

Watch Step-by-Step Installation of Metallic Epoxy Floor

This epoxy floor installation was completed in just 3 days. 

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