BEHR Premium

Model 93001

Internet #203937026

1-Gal. #PFC-75 Tar Black 1-Part Epoxy Concrete and Garage Floor Paint

$31.98 /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 Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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A primer is recommended for this product. Which primer is best?

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Breslini,
If using the Bher 1-part epoxy concrete floor coating it is highly recommended that you use a suitable bonding primer. This is the most important step in producing a durable, long lasting result. A finish coat is only as good as what is underneath it. The Bher premium bonding primer is recommended as it is formulated to be used with the 1-part epoxy finish coat, I believe it is model # 88001.
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If using the Bher 1-part epoxy concrete floor coating it is highly recommended that you use a suitable bonding primer. This is the most important step in producing a durable, long lasting result. A finish coat is only as good as what is underneath it. The Bher premium bonding primer is recommended as it is formulated to be used with the 1-part epoxy finish coat, I believe it is model # 88001. The concrete should be clean, etched, and unpainted (raw) . You can buy a good chemical concrete etching solution at your nearest Home Depot. Read and follow the directions carefully as this is a serious product. If the concrete is new it MUST cure for a minimum of 30 days, 45 is even better. This is very important as the chemicals emitted during curing will turn the coatings in to dust. Hope this helps!
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Breslini, It all depends on what product you are using and what you are applying it to. For example, if you want to apply water based paint over oil based paint you MUST use an oil based primer. You can tint the primer if the color change is dramatic. If you have water stains to paint over, you MUST use an oil based stain blocking primer. If you are going to paint galvanized metal, you MUST wipe the Read More
Breslini, It all depends on what product you are using and what you are applying it to. For example, if you want to apply water based paint over oil based paint you MUST use an oil based primer. You can tint the primer if the color change is dramatic. If you have water stains to paint over, you MUST use an oil based stain blocking primer. If you are going to paint galvanized metal, you MUST wipe the metal with household white vinegar before using a primer and/or paint formulated for metal. If you are patching stucco or applying caulking it is a good idea to use a good water based masonry primer BEFORE you patch or caulk. A good, long lasting paint job is only as good as what is underneath the paint.
P.S. Don't be cheap when buying primer or a finish coat. One coat of high quality paint is always cheaper than two coats of a sub par material. Good luck!
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Hi Breslini,
Thank you for your interest in our Behr Premium 1-Part Epoxy Concrete & Garage Floor Coating. For best results, you can use our Behr Premium NO. 880 Concrete & Masonry Bonding Primer on clean, etched and uncoated concrete floors. Our Concrete Bonding Primer is available at your local The Home Depot store. Please refer to the product label for detailed preparation and application Read More
Hi Breslini,
Thank you for your interest in our Behr Premium 1-Part Epoxy Concrete & Garage Floor Coating. For best results, you can use our Behr Premium NO. 880 Concrete & Masonry Bonding Primer on clean, etched and uncoated concrete floors. Our Concrete Bonding Primer is available at your local The Home Depot store. Please refer to the product label for detailed preparation and application instructions.
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Can I use this paint on vinyl floor?

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Hello newlife,
Thanks for your question. We wouldn't recommend this or any of our other products on vinyl flooring. I can suggest checking with Home Depot for another brand's coating that may be suited for your floor.
Well wishes for your project!
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No, you can not use this paint on vinyl floor.
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Can flakes be added to this product?

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I would like to add white flakes to this 1-part epoxy paint. I'm thinking of using the paint, then adding a clear coat RustoLeum top coat in order to
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Hi TD56,
Yes, you can add decorative flakes directly on top of the 1-Part Epoxy. Here's a link to our lightest flakes, if you'd like to check them out: http://www.homedepot.com/p/BEHR-Premium-Grey-Blend-Decorative-Color-Flakes-F5024/100545132. I wish you the best with your project! - Sara
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How do I paint this over a previously painted floor?

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Hi SalonMom,
Thank you for your question! If the surface is in good condition, lightly scuff, sand and clean the surface. Please follow all label instructions.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Buy I used this garage floor paint to create a checkered pattern in my 3 car garage. In 2007 I had painted the garage gray with a 2 part epoxy and it held up really good but I was tired of the gray color. In order to use this epoxy, I scuff sanded the existing epoxy and then washed it with a diluted concrete citrus cleaner. After completely washing and drying the floor, I let it sit for a day in order for the moisture content to dissipate. I then measured and taped 18 inch squares and painted every other square. Since I had a gray floor before, after the first coat, I could still see some of the gray so I gave it 2 coats. The contents of 1 gallon were enough to cover the 3 car garage at 2 coats with the checkered pattern. For the other remaining squares, I used the Behr Ultra White Epoxy. This color was a little harder to work with because 2 coats where not enough to completely cover the previous gray but instead I ended up giving it 3 coats and using 2 full gallons. After the 7 day wait, I drove the car into the garage and the epoxy held up really good. The only thing I did not like is that the black color gets dirty quickly, but I cant complain, after all it is a garage. :-) January 21, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Absolutely Horrible Product! If I could give it negative stars I would. After making a major time investment to follow all instructions exactly, including cleaning, etching, priming, painting and sealing over a 3 week period of time, then waiting over 8 weeks to allow curing before parking, the paint is now lifting from tires. The first problem came with the wet look sealer milking in places despite thin careful application. After speaking with Behr and trying their solutions to no avail, and then calling back only to find out stripping was the only remedy remaining, we decided to just live with the milky streaks. After finally beginning to park in garage, as soon as tires were even remotely wet, upon backing care from garage we heard a horrible ripping sound, only to find four tire spots lifted from floor. 3 months of not being able to use the garage, and now we will have to pay to have the floor stripped and professionally epoxied. Behr has simply failed the quality product test and lost a customer for life. Disgusting!! November 26, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of time and money Followed the directions to the letter. Power washed the carport, etched it with Behr etcher, applied Behr primer. Put on 2 coats of paint.,waited 2 weeks before we drove on it. Now after 8 months it's all coming off where the car tires contact the surface.Looks terrible. Absolute junk...last time I would buy Behr products. All the work gone to waste March 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ignore the bad reviews I painted my basement floor 3 years ago and it looks like the day I finished painting, even in high traffic areas. Success with these coatings is 100% dependent on following instructions and prepping the floor correctly. I can guarantee that the guy who brought the house and had peeling paint had a previous owner who slapped a coat on to look good, but failed to clean, degrease, and etch properly. This is great paint. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] July 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT USE! Ever...! Run away from this product! The fact that there are five star reviews is a travesty. I purchased a house where it had been used recently, and within three weeks of closing it started to peel EVERYWHERE. Removal from concrete is expensive, imperfect, and awful. Just read the product's label! It says DO NOT use where exposed to "hydrostatic pressure." That means "the weight of water." But it's billed as "exterior" paint, perfect for pool side patios. Buy something better (which will most likely mean more expensive; this is an inappropriate price point for exterior walkway or patio paint). If you don't, it will be an expensive mistake. May 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do Not Use Purchased this for our garage floor and our basement floor. Turned out OK on our basement floor. Our garage floor is horrible. We followed instructions exactly. We didn't put anything heavy in our garage for over a month - didn't even park our cars in it since we wanted to make sure it set and wouldn't peel up. Even two months after the application, we were still finding new spots where the paint came off. It especially is coming off under our tires. We don't even have huge, heavy cars! Now we're waiting through the winter but have to figure out how to fix it when the weather gets nicer. It'll be hard to fix just the spots since the speckling/painting will become uneven. I would not recommend this product. February 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Something wrong with this product I have used this paint several times with great success however something has changed. It now takes twice as much as before to cover an area and repeated coatings. The worst part is the pigments separate after product is applied to the floor so it looks streaked. I could not believe my eyes. At first I figured it was me so I stirred the paint thoroughly then put a small amount in the pan stirred it again and then almost immediately the pigments began to separate. This was product I used hours after purchase. February 15, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not your best product Did a basement re-do. Painted walls with Behr's waterproof paint over a previous coat of Drylock. Covered well and looks good. Re-painted my basement floor after thirty years with an acrylic enamel from another mfgr. Cleaned the floor, used Behr's Cleaner and Etcher to scrub it again. Put down two coats with a several-day dry time between. Project dragged out over several months, but the first areas done already are wearing through the new paint. Usage is only with an office chair with casters, and slippers or sneakers. The rest of my house has been painted with Behr's products, sometimes more than once, with great results. Very disappointed in the basement paint. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] May 18, 2015
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