An epoxy painted garage floor inspires a fresh look and feel that endures the wear and tear of garage life and the test of time. The beauty and durability of your new epoxy painted floor expands the traditional garage into another room in your home.
Ultimate Protection & Beauty
An epoxy painted concrete floor provides you with protection as well as beauty. Oil drips and other foreign matter will not soak into the concrete leaving stains and exposing your family to toxic fumes. The corrosive minerals from your water system will also be blocked out, protecting your cement from that decaying look around the edges.
Choose between a solid color, partial chip or full chip epoxy for that polished granite look. The smooth epoxy painted surface is easily swept and cleaned to provide years of a fresh looking show place atmosphere to greet you and your friends.
Fast 15-minute cleanup with epoxy floor surfaces
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Corotech® V440 Waterborne Amine Epoxy is formulated to provide superior chemical, abrasion and impact resistance when compared to most conventional waterborne epoxies. The highly cross-linked film provides years of service in industrial and commercial applications and is particularly suited for use on concrete floors subjected to severe service conditions. The waterborne formulation produces lower odor than solvent based epoxies, so this product may be applied in occupied areas, and is more user friendly than solvent based polyamide epoxies. Additionally, this product may be applied to most generic coating types without the fear of lifting or wrinkling.
For the DIY’ers see This Old House steps to coat a garage floor.
Epoxy floors done right will last for many years. There is a process with many steps to coating the floor. If shortcuts are taken or the process isn’t done precisely the floor can bubble, chip and scratch off within a short period of time.
The term epoxy has been widely adapted for many uses beyond fiber reinforced polymer composites. Today, epoxy adhesives are sold in local hardware stores, and epoxy resin is used as the binder in counter tops or coatings for floors. The myriad of uses for epoxy continues to expand, and variates of epoxies are constantly being developed to fit the industries and products they are used in. Read more of this article by Todd Johnson at About.com