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BEHR Premium

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1-gal. #902 Slate Gray 1-Part Epoxy Concrete and Garage Floor Paint

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  • Easy no-mix epoxy formula
  • Durable finish that resists chemicals and hot tire pick-up
  • Available in custom colors and computerized color matching

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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
  • Acrylic formula
  • Available in custom colors and computerized color matching (available in store only)
  • Up to 500 sq. ft. of coverage per gallon
  • Durable satin finish
  • Easy, no-mix formula
  • Easy clean-up with soap and water
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Using Concrete & Garage Floor paint, what is the drying time before automobile traffic is safe ?

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April 30, 2016
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Hi, I used this paint and added sparkling of stars on the floor afterwards. I waited 72 hours later and Loving my new look on my Garage Floor. The summer heat was a win win at 102° July degrees. No problem. Thanks BEHR!
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Hi. I'm a Paint Department salesperson with Home Depot.
I can attest FOR SURE that 7 days is needed before vehicle traffic.
Why? Because:
A lady came in saying, "We waited 4 days but the paint still came off on our tires."
(she had just purchased it & didn't inquire with us - or read the instructions printed on the can, unfortunately)
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Hi. I'm a Paint Department salesperson with Home Depot.
I can attest FOR SURE that 7 days is needed before vehicle traffic.
Why? Because:
A lady came in saying, "We waited 4 days but the paint still came off on our tires."
(she had just purchased it & didn't inquire with us - or read the instructions printed on the can, unfortunately)
So, ------> 7 days is not just a recommendation - it's the * * * absolute necessity * * *
Thanks for shopping with us. Customers love this product. It's great if the instructions are adhered to. Read Less
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July 1, 2014
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If you follow the directions, usually seven days is sufficient for complete drying. If you MUST drive on earlier, wait at least three to fpur days and park on cardboard until past the week-long drying period.
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June 24, 2014
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Instructions say 7 days before driving on it.
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June 16, 2014
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Depending on the humidity content in your area, 72 hours is sufficient drying/adhesive time for vehicle traffic.
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June 16, 2014
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Most drying times for automobile traffic is 72-96 hours. That would be 3 - 5 days. One can I bought stated 7 days. So the longer you wait the better. That allows the paint to harden. A week will be fine. I hope this answers your question
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June 16, 2014
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Hi 46aib,
Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium 1-Part Epoxy Concrete & Garage Floor Paint. Please allow 7 days before subjecting your floor to vehicular traffic. Premature heavy traffic will cause the coating to peel and fail requiring spot coating. If necessary you can place corrugated cardboard under tires after 72 hours. Please follow all label instructions to ensure proper surface Read More
Hi 46aib,
Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium 1-Part Epoxy Concrete & Garage Floor Paint. Please allow 7 days before subjecting your floor to vehicular traffic. Premature heavy traffic will cause the coating to peel and fail requiring spot coating. If necessary you can place corrugated cardboard under tires after 72 hours. Please follow all label instructions to ensure proper surface preparation and application. Good luck with your project! Read Less
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June 16, 2014
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Hello!
Thank you for your question! You need to wait at least 7 days after you apply the final coat to drive on the surface.
Have a great day!
Christine
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will this poduct also fill in small nicks up to 1/4' deep?

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Hi J8685878,
Thank you for your interest in our BEHR PREMIUM® 1-Part Epoxy Concrete & Garage Floor Paint. This product is not designed to fill in small nicks. May we suggest using a concrete patching compound to fill in any nicks or cracks in your substrate prior to applying the topcoat. Please follow all back label directions to ensure proper surface preparation and application.
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Hi J8685878,
Thank you for your interest in our BEHR PREMIUM® 1-Part Epoxy Concrete & Garage Floor Paint. This product is not designed to fill in small nicks. May we suggest using a concrete patching compound to fill in any nicks or cracks in your substrate prior to applying the topcoat. Please follow all back label directions to ensure proper surface preparation and application.
Hope this helps and good luck on your project! Read Less
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September 8, 2014
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No, this product won't hide imperfections in the floor, but its formulation does a good job of getting into nicks and covering bumps.
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Not sure. I applied it very thin and only had time to do one coat. I think if you apply a thick layer and more than one coat, it will. I plan on using it again on my current deck.
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September 8, 2014
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No, it will not. The paint is not that thick. I used 2 coats on my floor and there are still small thin cracks visible.
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I had similar concrete issues before applying. Even with the recommended two applications of the epoxy paint, the surface imperfections did not fill in. The same applies with minor cracks that I had that were about 1/16th wide. I used a roller to try to fill in the voids but eventually the nicks and cracks came through once the paint had dried. I would suggest filling in before painting for that smooth Read More
I had similar concrete issues before applying. Even with the recommended two applications of the epoxy paint, the surface imperfections did not fill in. The same applies with minor cracks that I had that were about 1/16th wide. I used a roller to try to fill in the voids but eventually the nicks and cracks came through once the paint had dried. I would suggest filling in before painting for that smooth professional appearance. Read Less
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I imagine it would if you apply enough paint to fill and level the surface imperfections you describe. But you don't really say how large these "nicks" are dimensionally. Don't imagine this product is a concrete patch. It isn't. But it does possess some ability to fill and cover some imperfections if they are small. But you MUST be sure to apply enough paint the first time. You cannot re-coat this Read More
I imagine it would if you apply enough paint to fill and level the surface imperfections you describe. But you don't really say how large these "nicks" are dimensionally. Don't imagine this product is a concrete patch. It isn't. But it does possess some ability to fill and cover some imperfections if they are small. But you MUST be sure to apply enough paint the first time. You cannot re-coat this product!! The first application MUST be the only application. Remember, it is an epoxy paint. That means it is going to harden like concrete, and the surface will NOT be porous enough for a second coat to adhere. You will end up with a peeling mess if you attempt to apply ANY additional paint to this surface. the re-coated paint will begin to peel within a few weeks after application. Especially if you recoat with the same product we are discussing here. Trust me, I have I LOT of experience with this product!! And it's uses are extremely limited. You might be better off using Behr's floor and deck paint in the alkyd formulation. It is a very hard finish, and it really makes a nice durable surface when fully dry.#About 3-5 days#. Read Less
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No, I had both new concrete and old concrete in my garage. The new concrete looks great. The old concrete looks like someone painted old concrete. If you want to fix chips or floor damage or salt damage by the door. Don't count on the paint to fill anything in but some small porosity in the concrete. I wish I would have put some floor patch or a thin layer of mortar on my old concrete. Would have turned Read More
No, I had both new concrete and old concrete in my garage. The new concrete looks great. The old concrete looks like someone painted old concrete. If you want to fix chips or floor damage or salt damage by the door. Don't count on the paint to fill anything in but some small porosity in the concrete. I wish I would have put some floor patch or a thin layer of mortar on my old concrete. Would have turned out better. Really happy with the paint though. So far it wearing well and oil stains are cleaning up like spilled milk.
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Is this product SKID resident?? If not what do you recommend to put over it for Skid resistance?

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To make it skid resistant mix in some silicon sand. I would start with 1 cup of sand per gallon. Put on a test area of that mixture. If it doesn't have enough grip for you sprinkle more sand in that area by tossing a small about of sand straight up in the air over the paint and let it fall into the paint. Then add 1/2 cup of sand to the gallon and repeat the process until you get the right consistency. Read More
To make it skid resistant mix in some silicon sand. I would start with 1 cup of sand per gallon. Put on a test area of that mixture. If it doesn't have enough grip for you sprinkle more sand in that area by tossing a small about of sand straight up in the air over the paint and let it fall into the paint. Then add 1/2 cup of sand to the gallon and repeat the process until you get the right consistency. Make sure you stir in the sand real good.
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add the grit that they sell about $5 for a gal of paint
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October 1, 2014
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Hi Fritzy,
Thank you for your interest in our BEHR PREMIUM® 1-Part Epoxy Concrete & Garage Floor Paint. To create a slip resistant finish, we recommend adding our Behr Premium Non-Skid Floor Finish Additive to the 1-Part Epoxy Paint.
Hope this helps and good luck with your project!
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September 27, 2014
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I would recommend adding Kilz non -skid/slip additive to the paint. It provides an excellent slip protection coating to all types of paint.
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This product is NOT "skid resistant" by itself. It is an "epoxy" paint, so it is harder than regular latex or alkyd paint coatings. One coat coverage is ESSENTIAL because once it has dried, re-coating with ANY kind of paint, will not adhere, and peeling of subsequent coats is highly likely. To answer you questin, ask yourself if the concrete, or material you are painting is rough enough that it will Read More
This product is NOT "skid resistant" by itself. It is an "epoxy" paint, so it is harder than regular latex or alkyd paint coatings. One coat coverage is ESSENTIAL because once it has dried, re-coating with ANY kind of paint, will not adhere, and peeling of subsequent coats is highly likely. To answer you questin, ask yourself if the concrete, or material you are painting is rough enough that it will itself prevent slipping. If not, I would consider adding a small amount of sand to the paint before applying, and rolling the mixture evenly and generously to the surface to be painted. You could also consider lightly adding sand to the wet paint AFTER painting, while the paint is still wet. But do not add any paint once you have put down one coat. Read Less
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If we have filled a couple cracks in the concrete, will the paint adhere to that and cover ?

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Hello kat,
Thanks for your question. That's right--this paint can adhere to a concrete filler product that is paintable. A patching material made of concrete is okay. Please check with the manufacturer to see about paintability and the time needed for the filler to be fully dried. For best results with the paint, please follow all label instructions.
Best wishes for your project!
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Well the answer to that question depends on what you filled the cracks with. However if you filled it with a material similar in composition to concrete it should cover just fine. If it is a silicone based filler it may adhere differently.
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No, not if the concrete is smooth like most garages. You need to roughen the surface using a concrete grinder. Home depot has a grinder especially suitable for that purpose you can rent. It is a floor polisher with a special attachment for concrete grinding. Then you need to cover with a bonding agent. The paint is not thick enough to completely hind cracks even when filled. Surface preparation is the Read More
No, not if the concrete is smooth like most garages. You need to roughen the surface using a concrete grinder. Home depot has a grinder especially suitable for that purpose you can rent. It is a floor polisher with a special attachment for concrete grinding. Then you need to cover with a bonding agent. The paint is not thick enough to completely hind cracks even when filled. Surface preparation is the keep to paint adhesion. Read Less
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The paint will stick to anything. You can paint over dead mice. People complain that as garage floor paint tires may pick it up. I am inclined to agree. As a floor paint, it will cover and stick to anything. But as a true garage floor paint for parking cars, I would not expect too much. Tires seem to tear up paint almost no matter what. I fan ally did garage with expoxy done by a professional firm for Read More
The paint will stick to anything. You can paint over dead mice. People complain that as garage floor paint tires may pick it up. I am inclined to agree. As a floor paint, it will cover and stick to anything. But as a true garage floor paint for parking cars, I would not expect too much. Tires seem to tear up paint almost no matter what. I fan ally did garage with expoxy done by a professional firm for $3,500. That has been fine.
As a cellar floor paint it is easy and great. A bit soft, lots of traffic will scuff it. Read Less
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 227 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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 1.0 out of 5.0 by Pure junk Stay away from this product. Easy to apply and good coverage. Paint scratches and peels with car tires. July 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by My Basement Good product, dry fast and no odors. I painted my Basement floor and looks great July 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very Dissappointing Product I followed the directions to the letter. Scrubbed and Cleaned the garage floor. Used the recommended etching product and primer. Then I waited 10 days before parking the car on it. The product went on nicely. Coverage was great. The problem is that my car tires pull the paint off down to the concrete. I ended up having to put down pads to park the car on and it looks ridiculous. The bicycle kickstands chip the paint off. Any tool I've dropped on it has chipped it! I am totally disappointed in this product. I have always used Behr Paints in the past and been very pleased. This one is definitely the exception. I absolutely hate this product! August 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Goes on well, no lifting, poor coverage and leaves foot print, tire prints from hand truck, roll arount work tables. Needs some kind of a sealer. If it had a top sealer to protect it from leaving traffic marks and footprints it would be fine, but it just looks like cxxp next to a floor done with 2 parts epoxy (Devoe Tru-Glaze). Went down great, huge lack of coverage ability, but biggest issue is the tracks it leave. I have to clean it every day with my Zep floor cleaner. Other side of bay floor was done with Devoe product, more expensive but leaves no tracks of any kind (car, dolly roll around tables and such). Need a topcoat sealer to protect the epoxy from marks from rubber tires on hand truck/equipment, then it would be a very good product for the money. RJ Sledge July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by STAY AWAY FROM THIS PRODUCT! I had used this product regularly for my garage floor for the past 10 years. Every three years or so, I would remove everything from the garage and roll on a very nice, even, surface that looked great. I recently purchased the same product and color that I've used over the years, and something has been changed - don't know what it is, but the product goes on like water. There is no thickness to it and very very little coverage. So disappointed because of past experience but obviously Behr has changed something or is trying to skimp on some ingredient because it is NOT the same as in years past. Don't bother purchasing this paint. It has certainly gone up in price but I was willing to pay the premium because I was expecting it to perform. August 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This paint is complete garbage. This paint is complete garbage. I followed instructions to the letter and even applied 2 coats and nothing but tire treads and marks from anything like trash barrels place on the garage floor. At $33 a gallon, I expected a better quality of paint and wished that i had read the bad reviews before buying (62 one star reviews) the 65 5 star reviews had to be written by company employees of Behr. Now I have more work sealing this junk paint and starting over with something else. I would never use Behr paint again and glad I did not buy it to paint my house. In my opinion Behr paint is over price and is about the quality of Wal-Mart’s cheapest paint. January 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Floor paint Looked good with minimal preparation added chips itlooked professional September 6, 2016
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