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BEHR Premium 1-gal. #PFC-68 Silver Gray 2-Part Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Kit
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BEHR Premium

1-gal. #PFC-68 Silver Gray 2-Part Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Kit

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BEHR Premium 2-Part Epoxy Garage Floor Coating is a decorative high-performance, water-based concrete floor coating. It provides long-lasting protection against motor oil, gasoline, antifreeze, brake fluid, salt and hot tire pick-up. This durable semi-gloss finish is easy-to-clean and also resists scuffing, fading, cracking, peeling and blistering. It requires no priming and once mixed, is ready for use, allowing up to 4 hours of working time (pot life). It is formulated to withstand the harsh elements common to most interior concrete floors, new and old, while maintaining an easy-to-clean, showroom quality appearance. Ideal for use on garage floors, basements and other interior concrete floors.

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  • Ideal for interior concrete floors
  • Resists scuffing, fading, cracking and peeling
  • Resists motor oil, gasoline, antifreeze, brake fluid, salt and hot tire pick up
  • Epoxy acrylic formula
  • Available in custom colors
  • Up to 250 sq. ft. of coverage per kit
  • Durable Semi-Gloss finish
  • Easy clean-up with soap and water
  • All inclusive project kit
  • Kit includes: cleaner/etcher, color flakes, 3/8 in. roller cover, 2 in. brush, stir stick
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations

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1-gal. #PFC-68 Silver Gray 2-Part Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Kit is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 27.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2014-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works Fine but extra chips make better pattern Used on carefully prepared garage floor. Applied with roller in 4' strips so I would be able to broadcast chips as I went. Takes care to get good pattern with chips and to keep them away from wet edge to avoid picking them up in roller on next pass. I had previous experience with chips so bought a couple of extra packages. That allowed my to make more dense pattern which will conceal "clumps" that are hard to avoid. Wife loves it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2014-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product We have our own business, and do many home improvements. We have done 4 floors with this paint. It is easy, and give a wonderful finish. The kit gives you everything you need, even the color flakes if you want them. The paint is definitely durable and takes wear and tear that you have in a garage. We will continue to use this product, and have recommended it many times.
Date published: 2012-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked just like advertised. Seem to work just like the BEHR rep said it would. He stressed that the key was the preperation of the concrete. The prep work was the hardest. I would recommend a diamond sander over the etching process. I had to etch the concrete 4 times and it was new concrete. I think renting a diamond sander would of been easier and less expensive. But the Behr product was easy to mix, easy to apply as it had the roller, brush and mixing stick. Covered what it said it would cover and looks great and so far seems to very durable and chemical resistant. I also covered my wood steps into the house and now they are more durable. Follow instructions and you will be satisfied.
Date published: 2014-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Do not use concrete primer as the epoxy will not stick to it. It will cause fish eye or orange peel and not bond well.
Date published: 2010-05-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Almost got it right I purchased the Silver Gray 2-Part Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Kit for a 13' x 16' basement floor that I intend to use as a shop. See picture 1. The kit performed as advertized on this fairly rough 208 sqft floor, with a bit left over. See picture 2. I was concerned about coverage, because the box said 250 sqft, yet the included instructions said 200-250 sqft. I brushed the edges and rolled the floor in 3' rows. I was concerned that the not-so-wet-edge of the mating rows would be visible, but they dried evenly and you can't notice them. As I completed each row, I dispersed the flakes, as instructed. Unfortunately the flakes, as you might expect, just sit on top of the epoxy. See picture 3. They are not assimilated, and as the floor dries, some of the flakes - flake off. I solved the problem with the flakes by purchasing a Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield Clear High-Gloss Premium Clear Floor Coating Kit. Behr doesn't have a clear coat epoxy and I didn't want to use an their acrylic sealer. That is why I had to go with Rustoleum. There was enough epoxy in this kit to apply a single heavy coat. See picture 4. This top clear coat really made the floor come out like I expected and the flakes are well assimilated. See picture 5. Good luck on your floor.
Date published: 2014-03-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 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. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not as advertised I purchased two kits to cover my small two-car garage. Before starting i read all the instructions, tips online, and even watched demonstration videos prior to starting. After allowing the floor to completely dry an additional day and a half longer than the project. i used muriatic acid, followed by the Behr cleaner and concret etcher. I then let this dry for additional day longer than required. I applied one coat of he epoxy and let it dry for 5 days. This was followed b s latex-based clear coat protector. The whole thing was allowed to dry for another 3 days before driving the car onto it. As soon as the car was backed out of the garage, it took chunks of the epoxy floor with it. I think i will remove the remaining epoxy and just stain the concrete and seal it. How do I get my money back for Behr's "guarantee not to peel." ??
Date published: 2014-02-13
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