Epoxy Flooring


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If you are interested in learning how to install epoxy flooring, you will need some basic information. You can obtain this information at your local hardware store or by attending an epoxy flooring installation class. But, if you do not see your query below, do not hesitate to contact the person who posted it. The people who answer the phone are more than willing and able to assist.So what is epoxy flooring anyway? Epoxy is a type of resins that contain three distinct chemicals. There is a resin, which hardens as it cools while still providing a tough surface for movement. There is an epoxy base, which serves as a hardener and provides strength for the entire resins surface. And, there are additives, which provide a more durable finish, resist stains and are stain resistant.Learning how to install epoxy flooring can be done quickly and easily. Before the concrete floor is laid, all loose or flaking concrete is removed. The surface is thoroughly cleaned using a chemical stripper, then a high-gloss polyurethane coating is applied. When finished, the floor is fixed with interlocking metal tabs. This process, which can be completed in just a few hours, guarantees a professional-looking finish.






Epoxy Garage Floor


If you are looking for some useful information on how to install epoxy garage floor paint yourself then this article was written with your interest in mind. Specifically, we're going to talk about the main two components of this type of coating, and then go over the fundamental instructions for applying it. After reading this article you should have enough knowledge to create an effective and attractive epoxy garage floor paint yourself. So, let's get started.Epoxy garage floor coatings are composed of two major components, a hardener and a resin-based topcoat. To begin with, the hardener - which is typically made up of aluminum oxide or zinc oxide - provides a smooth, somewhat coarse surface that is capable of resisting impacts and abrasion. You can also find the slow-setting, time-consuming initial application process to be a disadvantage, though. In addition, applying an epoxy coating to a concrete floor using this kit is not always optimal, as the concrete will often bond to the hardening component during the coating process instead of adhere to it.The second component of the epoxy garage floor coating is the epoxy resins themselves, which provide a smooth, glossy surface to the floor. Typically, epoxy resins consist of either graphite or fiberglass, which provide similar hardness properties to their metallic counterparts. One important thing to note when working with epoxy resins is that while they are primarily hard, they are still a chemical substance and should be treated with care. If you aren't experienced with epoxy coatings, you may want to use the instructions included with the kit to prevent any damage to the surface, but if you follow the directions correctly you should have very little problem avoiding any chemical reaction and sealing the surface in a professional looking finish.







Garage Floor Coating



When learning how to install garage floor coating, the first thing you should be aware of is what the purpose of the garage floor coating is. A high performance garage floor coating should be waterproof, durable, slip resistant, and easy to maintain. Typically the type of coating applied on garage floors is two parts, a water-based acrylic epoxy garage floor coating specially designed for pre-finished concrete garage floors which are free from oil sealants and curing agents. It isn't meant for application on sub-flooring that has a moisture issue or other unsound prior coatings. The most common use of a garage floor coating is a high-performance flooring material designed to resist moisture, cracking, staining, and heat.The most popular garage floor coating is made from a hard plastic resin which is cured with a water-based mixture. It can withstand high temperatures, up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, is odorless, color fast, and clear with clear coating.


Once the floor has been cleaned and any oil or grease has been removed, it is time to begin the actual epoxy garage floor epoxy coating application. The most important step in the application process is to uniformly spread the coating across the entire floor. This means that one layer should not be any thicker or farther away from the next. One good rule of thumb is to apply the first few layers at least three feet away from corners and doorways, and then apply an additional two to three inches in length around these areas.You can apply the coating yourself by mixing two parts epoxy resins and one part Armor Chip, or you can hire a professional to do the job. Armor Chip is available in different strengths and can be applied as a two-part application or a three-part application. Applying the armor granite in two-part form saves time but can be more expensive.A high quality epoxy coating designed specifically for garage floors is referred to as Armor Chip. It has been found that it is up to five times more resistant to oil than standard polyurethane garage floor coating. It is also much more durable and waterproof, which makes it a great choice for garages in areas with a high volume of traffic. It also comes in a variety of finishes such as high-gloss gloss, matte, satin, or textured.


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Xpedite Coatings
8310 Castleford St #340, Houston, TX 77040
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