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BEHR Premium 1-Gal. #PFC-23 Tan 1-Part Epoxy Concrete and Garage Floor Paint

BEHR Premium

1-Gal. #PFC-23 Tan 1-Part Epoxy Concrete and Garage Floor Paint

$3098 /each

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The BEHR Premium 1-Part Epoxy is a high-performance, ready-to-use, water-based floor paint that resists hot tire pick-up and marring. The finish is highly resistant to chemicals, oil and gasoline, which reduces the need for maintenance of hard-to-clean interior or exterior floors. This durable, satin finish floor paint also resists scuffing, fading, cracking, peeling and blistering. Ideal for use on garage floors, driveways, basements, porches and pool decks.

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  • Ideal for interior and exterior concrete floors
  • Resists scuffing, fading, cracking and peeling
  • Resists chemicals and hot tire pick-up
  • Epoxy acrylic formula
  • Available in custom colors and computerized color matching
  • 300 - 500 sq. ft. of coverage per gallon
  • Durable Satin finish
  • Easy, no-mix formula
  • Easy clean-up with soap and water
  • Online Price includes a Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI and VT

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how much flakes do you need for 1 gal of paint?

Asked by: Cowgirl
Actually, the answer to this question depends on the look you want. If you want a "terrazzo" tile look, you will probably use 3 or 4 bags of the "flakes" per gallon of paint. I would buy the 3 or 4 bags of flakes, as they will keep for another project, and keep playing with your first project till you get it the way you want it.
Answered by: Katz
Date published: 2015-09-20

With the #PFC-23, does old paint need to be scraped off?

Asked by: Zeke
Scrape only if the old paint is loose. Always start with a clean surface. Apply the concrete primer/sealer about 24 hours before you want to paint. If you follow the first 2 steps, your concrete paint will glide on effortlessly.
Answered by: Katz
Date published: 2015-09-20
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