Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 360
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by BSerious Gawd awful stuff!
Based on my experience virtually all the bad results reported with this paint, both here and on the Behr website are true. The paint is thin, doesn't adhere well to many surfaces, streaks, dries slowly, remains tacky and hard to clean. It is also duller than desired for a floor finish. In no way is it suitable for a garage, nor would I used it in a basement, especially not if previously painted. I ended up using three coats, which I applied a week apart. The first barely covered the 40-yr-old acrylic paint in my laundry room. The second covered better, but was all streaks and lap marks, which I concluded were the result of the paint separating almost immediately after pouring into the tray. When I complained to Behr they refunded my money, and I explored other alternatives, but worried about adhesion problems at this point, and in the interest of getting it done after weeks of being without laundry facilities, I ended up buying another gallon. I used it within a day and thorough shaking. However, finding that it had already separated quite a bit, I used an electric drill mixer for about ten minutes to get a uniform color before placing enough for the job in the pan, and mixed it frequently with a stick while applying. This paint quickly separates into lighter and darker components, dark on top, the lighter, which I take to be the epoxy solids, on the bottom. Mixing it changes the color quite dramatically, and, if, after mixing, you pour it into a pan, and then for instance, immediately cut with it, and roll even a few minutes later, you will likely find the cut area to be quite a bit lighter than the rolled area. The more cutting and nooks you have to do, the more difficult getting an even application will be. Despite all the pains I took I still came out with one pass with the roller much darker than the rest in a room not 10' x 10' which I did in less than an hour. Ten days later the floor was still not ready for the washer and dryer, and was scuffed by a rug pad, and in one place, peeled. Since I expect to be ripping up this room again in the near future to replace a waste stack, I'm not as upset as I ought to be by that, and only hope that it does eventually make a good substrate, but I'm not about to try it again. If you want a good basement and garage paint, use a urethane, like Sherwin-Williams solvent-based ArmorSeal Rexthane, Benjamin Moore's acrylic/urethane, or Sherwin-Williams old-fashioned acrylic floor paint. By the way, the Kilz and, I believe, the Drylok, 1-part epoxy paints are all the same product.
July 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by John Extremely unsatisfied with the results!
Painted my garage floor, following the instructions, and the product did not uphold to the claims. Experienced hot tire pick up the very first time we parked back in the garage after waiting 10 days after the floor was painted! Even my dogs toenails picked the paint, not from "digging" at the paint but just where she sleeps.
I will look for another product to use. I would not suggest this product for potential customers and will probably not consider Behr products for any of my painting needs in the future.
September 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Phototeacher Love this paint!
When a paint goes on as smoothly as this, it's a real treat! Made the project really pleasant to take on, and the end result was pretty impressive. It's only been a month or so, but so far, it's holding up beautifully. I used it both indoors and out on an upper deck that gets a lot of sun and weather (on the outside). Color is also very rich.
August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tamsaunt Excellent product, Good color.
I used this paint on the concrete floor of my sun porch. It went on smoothly over primed floor and after only two coats we had a good covering. The color is good.
September 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Pepe Pure junk
Stay away from this product. Easy to apply and good coverage. Paint scratches and peels with car tires.
July 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Kelly Gray 1-part Epoxy Concrete and Garage Floor Paint
I used this product and followed the directions precisely. I waited at least 10 days before driving in the garage. I also used the flakes which I regret. Deferent area in garage are peeling up and a lot of flakes are being distributed throughout the house much to my wife's displeasure. I am really getting no where with Behr. I have to say I have used other products from Behr for walls with good results. However, they should stick to walls and forget floors. I should have stayed with Rustoleum.
October 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by theparrotz1 My Basement
Good product, dry fast and no odors.
I painted my Basement floor and looks great
July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Calvin Behr Epoxy Concrete/Garage Floor Paint
I love the gray color and it went on very well. It dries really fast too.
However, after I parked a couple of times in the garage, it started pealing up! I had to go back and buy the sealer too. That made the difference! Now it has even more of a shine, & it isn't pealing up.
October 18, 2016