Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 13
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by sucra pure fantasy
i can guarantee you the picture on the box is of a floor immediately after the coating was applied, and perhaps before it has even fully dried. there is no way any garage floor coated with this product would look like that after a vehicle has parked on it even just once, no matter how closely the instructions are followed. the etcher is a joke as far as prepping a real garage floor to accept a coat of any product. don't bother with it. if it isn't a new garage floor, lightly grind off the very top surface to prep it for whatever you put down. this epoxy is product VERY THIN (most will evaporate) and there is BARELY enough to cover a 1-car garage, so as soon as it dries it will be like the thinnest layer of paint you can imagine. no matter how long you let it dry, it is a magnet for hot tire marks. you will have thick black treadmarks the first time you drive around and park on this surface, and odds are your tires will pull up this covering where you park within a week even if you follow all the instructions. it is money down the drain and a waste of time and effort.
January 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disillusioned Terrible Results
The product has fairly easy to follow instructions, and looks wonderful when finished but....., after soon after driving on the product it picks up even when the tires are not hot!!!!. I prepared the surface with a cleaning agent, muriatic acid and then the kit supplied cleaner/etcher, rolled on the epoxy and 3 coats of their recommended wet look sealer. I looked amazing, came out better then I was expecting. My friends thought I had it professionally done. I had a plenty of time to look at the empty garage because I waited the recommended 14 days before driving on the floor. I bought a laser temperature gun to make sure the tires were always cool before driving in for the evening, my neighbors even commented on how I would always come home and wait till night to pull my cars in. Now it has only been a few weeks and the area under my tires are pulling up like crazy. Looks terrible and not sure what to do. I know most people get in a hurry and do not follow the recommended instructions from the manufacture so I was not in a hurry and followed them to a tee, I even made a few phone calls to the Customer Service for clarification but all for not, crummy product that I believe is inferior and should not be on the store shelves. My friend has one of Behrs competitors products in his garage and 6 years later its comparable to mine in less then 3 months.
October 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by scratch007 A lot of prep, but great results
You can not over stress the importance of proper mixing of the etching product. The quality of the brush included in the kit was very poor. Charge another buck or two and include a decent brush.
Overall results were very satisfying.
August 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Handydad68 eye catching upgrade, easy application!
We just finished off the floor of our garage with this wonderful product. Three of our neighbors have already come by to comment on how beautiful and spacious the new epoxy floor makes the space look. We no longer feel embarrassed leaving the garage door up on the weekends while we do our yard projects. We love that in just one weekend we have a whole new and improved look to this space. It was a very simple process too. The directions are laid out clearly, the only part that took a bit of time was the drying. We have already recommended the kit to friends and family. Everyone notices the improvement!
December 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KingGoerge269 Best Floor Covering
This was a easy application on my garage floors. I couldn't believe how nice it turned out. It sealed the concrete and dried over night. I gave it two days to be sure. I highly recommend this product to anyone.
August 7, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Pat123 this is enough for 250 sq ft, Our garage s 400sq f
We had to buy 2 of these because our garage is 400 sq ft and we had to throw away the left overs.
March 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by rpoole Garage floor ruined by this product
Purchased this product about 2 years ago. Followed the instructions for proper preparation as I wanted to look really nice. Did not park on the floor for several days per instructions.
After a couple of weeks the epoxy started pulling up where car tires were parked. later started having spots bubble up in spots. Now the floor looked bad and was faced with how to fix it. I wanted to put a second coat in hopes of fixing it but was afraid of throwing good money after bad but could not come up with another solution. Went to Home Depot to purchase more but was told the product was discontinued. Call stores and found a store 80 miles away that still has some. Put a second coat on it. Same thing. Now after 2 years my floor is ruined as over time more spots peal on real humid days. I am not only out a lot of time and money but will have to spend more to get this product off. My floor looks worse than it did before I did any thing to it. I see this product is back on the market. Do not know if it is different than what I purchased. I am an engineer and do a lot of home projects. Followed the instructions for proper preparation but this defective product has ruined my garage floor. Have always used Behr products because I thought it was quality.
March 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by plum product has problems
We hired a contractor to apply a custom color to our garage floor. He prepped the floor with a sander and acid. Black showed through the color. He waited two days and then applied a second coat of the epoxy to our 2 car garage. About 10 days later, there was a rapid temperature change and the floor was slippery and slick. Behr Technical support was helpful and explained that it was due to surfactant leaching. On Christmas Eve day we washed the floor with Dawn/water, rinsed and allowed it to dry. This seemed to work. We kept the car out of the garage for two weeks to be sure the floor was dry. When we drove the car in the garage, tread marks appeared. And with the next rapid temperature swing, the slippery floor returned. We are now searching for another product to apply to our floor.
January 22, 2014