Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 13
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Kerri You won't be dissapointed.
Kit is easy to use. Make sure you wash and dry concrete surface at least once. Follow the mixing instructions. I would recommend 2 people doing this if you want to you the decorative chips. The paint drys so fast I did this alone and it is important to keep your sections wet while you throw the chips on.
Goes on fast! Got 300 +sq feet done in an hour! If you need more than one gallon/mix, do the chemical mix at the same time since it takes 30 for the part a and b to activate. Let both gallons sit use the one first, then move on to the already mixed gallon, so you don't have to wait another 30 mintues for your mix to activate.
April 13, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Trig Very pleased with this product
The floor coating was easily applied, make sure you follow instructions. Went on like any other paint. I used a 1/2 nap roller and went a little more area than suggested application guidelines. Dried within 8 hours and heavy traffic after 24. Simply throw the flecks in the air for a more unique finish, don't try to decorate with them. Very happy with finished product. I've already had friends say they were going to do their basement with this product.
December 19, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jeni An ugly floor now looks very good.
We followed the clear directions and are very happy with the results. In our case, prep required vacuuming, scrubbing with soapy water, scraping with a floor scraper. Don't panic if it starts drying uneven. We had bare and painted patches, but when completely dry it looked fine. We did get a few scratches from a loveseat, but overall it's holding up for several weeks now.
July 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PeggSC Takes a concrete floor up a few notches
Painted the tan color on concrete floor of screen room; the added sprinkles of black, white and brown gave a finished look to the area.A professional painted the surface while I followed behind to add the texture of paint-chips.
August 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wstsdgrl GREAT and EASY flooring option for the basement!
This was beyond my expectations. The coverage was amazing and our floor looks great!
*Tip- the pot life is 16 hours after mixing the two components together.
I could not complete the job in that time so I stuck the can in the fridge and it worked fine over a period of 3 days!
So if you have to stretch out the job to more than 16 hours, dont worry..... just stick the mixed epoxy in the fridge!
I would use this again in a heartbeat, very highly recommended for basement floors.
May 8, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by meeeeeee This stuff is awesome!
I am NOT the painting, handy, crafty woman at all... This stuff covered my concrete stamped floor perfectly!!! We have a back house with stamped, colored, concrete flooring. The floor was not originally sealed correctly (if at all?) and then painted with regular White acrylic paint. I don't know why? But it was horrible!! I thought I had to remove all the paint before applying the epoxy, so that took a lot of time and was a nightmare! It was such a pain I didn't get it all up and just decided to go over what I had missed. After all that I think I could have just painted over the acrylic. As of today it looks Great! The epoxy went on smooth, thick, clean, very easy and more than enough! The tan is very light (I didn't use the flakes), shinny, and almost looks like tile with the stamped concrete. I would definitely recommend and use again!
September 25, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ChuckToo Easy to use and do!
This paint goes down in 4 ft squares then throw the specks on it. Do the next 4 footer paint right over any loose specks and sprinkle again. Cleans off with water. I like to put it on thick and buy extra specks. Covers thin cracks to 1/8 inch. Use one of those flat paint edgers for the edges and a 1/2 in nap roller. Love the look.
August 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by George Great Product
Great price' I shopped. Good instructions on surface preparation. Great performance months later. Received on time at my frond door.
August 21, 2013