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BEHR Premium

Model 90001

Internet #100166183

Store SKU #398009

1-gal. Satin 1-Part Epoxy Acrylic Concrete and Garage Floor Paint

$32.98 /each

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The BEHR 1-Gallon 1-Part Epoxy Concrete and Garage Floor Paint is a high-performance, ready-to-use, water-based floor paint that resists tire marks and marring. The finish resists chemicals, oil and gasoline. The paint must be applied to primed surfaces.

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  • Ideal for primed garage floors, concrete porches and walkways, driveways and basements
  • Works great on hard-to-clean interior and exterior floors
  • Apply with a roller
  • Water-based acrylic finish resists scuffing, fading, cracking, peeling and blistering
  • No-mix formula is ready for use
  • Satin finish gives floors a nice shine
  • 1 can covers 500 sq. ft.
  • Resists chemicals, oil and gasoline
  • Cleans 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

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I have a cool-deck by my pool can I use this product.

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May 27, 2016
I have a contractor coming cover my cool-deck as I have ugly cracks that have been filled but now they show even more so I'd like to repaint the deck.
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Hello Dee,
Thanks for your question. In addition to those concrete floor areas, this paint can be used on Kool Decks.
Best wishes for your project!
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May 28, 2016
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This can be usedon primed garage floors, concrete porches and walkways, driveways and basements.
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9001 white

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the 9001 white base is if i remember 4 oz. short of a gal. if i want it to be white do i use as is
or does the paint counter add 4oz. of white tint to fill to 1 gal.
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June 22, 2016
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Hello dooee,
Thanks for your question! The No. 90001 base of our 1-Part Epoxy Floor paint (notice that there is one more "0" in the product number) requires the addition of colorant before it can be used. This is the right paint base to get the Ultra Pure White (6050) color, and the paint counter would add white colorant in the form of titanium dioxide to get this color.
Best wishes for your project!
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April 22, 2016
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It will need to be mixed white.
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Can this be used over Behr's Multi-Surface Primer/Sealer?

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I happen to have a few gallons of the Multi-Surface primer and a basement floor with some exposed concrete and already painted concrete. I plan on scuffing the existing paint and putting the Multi-Surface down everywhere and then using this. Will that work as well as the Concrete specific primer? It'll just need to handle foot traffic rather than a car tire, so I'm hoping it'll be alright.
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Hi Nmh5001,
Thanks for your interest in our BEHR PREMIUM® 1-Part Epoxy Concrete & Garage Floor Paint. We recommend using our BEHR PREMIUM Concrete & Masonry Bonding Primer with our 1-Part Epoxy. After scuff sanding and cleaning, the primer is required on uncoated areas. Previously coated areas in good sound condition does not require priming.
Hope this helps and best of luck on your project!
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September 29, 2014
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Hello!
Thank you for your question!
I talked to a Behr representative about using the Behr Multi-Surface primer underneath this epoxy paint and he said it will work well for your project.
Have a great day!
Christine
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my garage floor is painted , can I just paint over it

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Not with this product
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Dear Chevy,
Thanks for your inquiry on our BEHR 1 Part Epoxy Concrete & Garage Floor Paint. This product can be used over a previous coating as long as the coating is in good shape and is not glossy. If the previous coating is glossy then you'll need to scuff sand the coating prior to applying the BEHR product. If the previous coating is peeling, you'll need to strip it before applying the Behr 1 Part Read More
Dear Chevy,
Thanks for your inquiry on our BEHR 1 Part Epoxy Concrete & Garage Floor Paint. This product can be used over a previous coating as long as the coating is in good shape and is not glossy. If the previous coating is glossy then you'll need to scuff sand the coating prior to applying the BEHR product. If the previous coating is peeling, you'll need to strip it before applying the Behr 1 Part Epoxy product. Below are the label instructions to the steps you'll need to follow depending on the condition of your coating.
Painted, Stained or Sealed Concrete:
• Option 1- To completely strip the entire surface, use a product such as BEHR NO. 992 CONCRETE & MASONRY PAINT STRIPPER. Follow all label instructions.
• Option 2- To recoat over an existing coating, remove any loose or peeling paint and scuff sand the surface.
• Use a product such as BEHR NO. 990 CONCRETE & MASONRY DEGREASER & CLEANER to clean previously coated surfaces in sound condition.
• Use a product such as BEHR NO. 991 CONCRETE & MASONRY CLEANER & ETCHER to clean and etch any bare concrete area. Follow all label instructions.
• Spot prime all bare concrete areas with a product such as BEHR NO. 880 CONCRETE & MASONRY BONDING PRIMER to increase adhesion of topcoat to
the surface. Follow all label instructions.
For more information on this and other BEHR products, please go to BEHR.com. If you have more detailed questions, please call or email a BEHR Technical Support Specialist at webtechserv@behr.com or Ph# 800-854-0133 Ext. 2. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Thin likes water, Peeling off likes tape I used Supercoat Super Kit #: 802355 from Sam’s Club for my garage floor, one year passed, the floor is still perfect. but this item (802355 ) must buy online,not locally. so I went home depot for the replacement for my outdoor kitchen floor. I think all epoxy floor paints should be same. but this one (BEHR #900) is bad. 1. Very thin, like water, cannot cover the floor texture (see attached picture) 2. Very easy to peeling off. I accidentally painted the SAMS item to the driveway, but the high pressure washer cannot remove it; but this home depot item easy peeling off by hands (see attached picture) July 9, 2016
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 Very low quality product, Expensive lesson learned After spending a few hundred dollars on this product, using there BEHRs special concrete cleaner, then their primer, then the product itself then waiting a week for it to dry... Within 3 months over the winter, the product only remains on a few scattered patches on my garage floor. Would never, ever rec. this product to anyone. Wish i kept the receipts, would have contacted BEHR to inform them how awful this product is. April 29, 2015
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 1.0 out of 5.0 by Be aware! The words "concrete" and "paint" should never be used in the same sentence. If you have any chance of moisture migrating through the concrete, any paint product will flake!!! May 1, 2015
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