Epoxy floor paint-Decide if you want a contractor to complete your epoxy floor, or you feel that you are knowledgeable enough to complete the project itself. The process involves initially ensuring the concrete is ready for epoxy application. The concrete surface must be free of cracks and larger divots and try to remove oil or other stains with a degreaser. Fill in any cracks or holes with epoxy crack filler. Make sure that your concrete floor is extremely dry, the air is relatively free of humidity and room temperature is over 60 degrees. Be sure to use gloves and wear a respirator. Using a drill bit and stirring, mix epoxy components and blend the mixture. Follow the instructions on the label completely. After epoxy floor paint, Let the floor dry for at least 24 hours, or according to instructions before allowing traffic through the toilet.
Garage floor may become dirty and gray over the years, gathering small oil stains and other engine-related gravel and dirt. With epoxy floor paint installed in your garage will provide years of low-maintenance beauty. Oil and other engine fluids wipe up with paper towel and will not leave behind a nasty residue that is so common in the bare concrete floor.