Process of Epoxy Flooring

Every floor is created with a rough and porous surface allowing the epoxy primer to penetrate deep into the concrete surface. The epoxy primer is less than the colored epoxy which is supposed to be used in the second coat. This allows deep mechanical and chemical bond to the concrete. This is the first important step in floor preparation. The next day, a second layer of colored epoxy paint is applied. While the epoxy is still wet, the colored flakes are broadcasted over the floor to ensure even and consistent coverage. On the final day, before the top-coat is applied the floor is scraped and brushed smooth to remove excess flake. The two-part chemical and abrasion resistant gives the granite floor its shine and durability. The finished floor is resistant to most of the automotive and household fluids, unaffected by hot tires and is virtually maintenance free.

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