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Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield

Model 251870

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2 gal. Gray 2-Part High-Gloss Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Kit

$99.00 /each
  • Two part epoxy concrete coating provides long lasting results
  • Waterproofing sealer resists chemicals and hot tires
  • Use on garages, basements or other interior concrete floors

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The Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield 2 gal. Gray High-Gloss 2-Part Epoxy Garage Floor Coating Kit is easy to apply with a brush to garage concrete surfaces. The epoxy 2-part, water-based formula provides ideal protection and the high gloss sheen in gray offers a handsome appearance. Decorative chips are included for an appealing look.

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  • Easy to apply with a brush to garage concrete surfaces
  • Epoxy 2-part, water-based formula provides ideal protection
  • High-gloss sheen in gray offers a handsome appearance
  • Decorative chips are included for an appealing look
  • Finish up to 500 sq. ft. or a 2-1/2 car garage for complete coverage
  • Formulated to withstand wear and abrasions
  • Resists damage by gasoline, anti-freeze, motor oil, salt and hot tires
  • Easy to clean with soap and water
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Note: product may vary by store

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do you have to etch if it is a new home? Cement poured two months ago, never used.

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April 27, 2013
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November 2, 2015
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Etching is essential! It's like another said. It's not a cleaner. Etching is a product that causes better cohesion. All paint, regardless of product, price or manufacture, will peel if the concrete/cement is not properly prepared. I tried the shortcut....paint peeled. Used etching and it's still beautiful. Rustoleum is the bomb when it comes to their products. In fact, I'm on my way to buy more RUSTOLEUM Read More
Etching is essential! It's like another said. It's not a cleaner. Etching is a product that causes better cohesion. All paint, regardless of product, price or manufacture, will peel if the concrete/cement is not properly prepared. I tried the shortcut....paint peeled. Used etching and it's still beautiful. Rustoleum is the bomb when it comes to their products. In fact, I'm on my way to buy more RUSTOLEUM PAINT RIGHT NOW. LOVE THEIR PRODUCTS! Read Less
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September 5, 2015
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Most definitely! There is a DVD in the packaging that explains the etching process. We applied it over a new concrete slab and we had to etch it.
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November 21, 2014
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no. shouldn't be necessary. etch is for removing grease & oil stains - anything that could hinder adhesion or penetrate paint
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October 13, 2014
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I would suggest etching anyway. I have a new home but there was a surprising amount of dirt that the etch pulled out of the slab. The contractors typically use the garage to store materials while building.
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September 15, 2014
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Since the etch is provided with the product, I would go ahead and etch it. I too had a new build floor and found that the etch and rinse process did a much better job cleaning up the floor than power wash rinse alone.
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June 5, 2013
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The etching is not a cleaning process but a means to prep the concrete surface for better contact with the epoxy. I applied the epoxy 2 1/2 years ago and have had no hot tire pull-ups.
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April 28, 2013
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We would advise etching the concrete surface, even if it is new.
Concrete Etch creates a surface profile that allows for maximum penetration and adhesion.
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will the epoxy shield fill the concrete cuts? if not what do you recommend

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August 26, 2013
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September 16, 2014
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caulking
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September 16, 2014
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You should fill any cracks with a cement patch that comes in a caulking tube . Its real easy and makes a huge improvement . Just make sure you give it time to dry before using apoxy.
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Salt Lake City, UT
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September 15, 2014
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Using the roller from the rest of the floor on the cuts was insufficient. I filled my floor cuts by using a small brush to get the coating all the way down there, as opposed to using sealer volume to fill them. The surface texture in the cuts is the same as the rest of the floor
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Bluffdale, UT
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September 15, 2014
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I coated my concrete cuts using a small brush to get the sealant all the way down rather than using sealant volume. When it dried the surface texture in the cuts was the same as elsewhere, and 3 months on I am pleased with the results.
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Destin, FL, USA
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August 30, 2013
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It's too thin to fill cracks, just like any other paint. I used Latex-ite 10.1 oz. Driveway Crack and Joint Filler to fill the cracks before applying.
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August 28, 2013
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No, this product will not fill in cracks in the concrete. Using a concrete crack filler would be the best thing to use.
Christine
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Good afternoon, how long after you paint floor can it be walked on? Thanks Dick.

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September 16, 2014
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24 hrs
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24 hours to walk on . three days before driving on . I moved my tool boxes in after the first day though
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September 15, 2014
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According to the user manual, walking time is 12-16 hours. Normal walking, heavy items 24-48 hours. Full cure + vehicle use 3 days. All give or take for weather conditions.
I did notice the dvd video stated 1 week for vehicle traffic, so I erred on the side of caution and let it sit for a week with no foot or vehicle traffic at all.
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May 2, 2014
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We waited for about 4 days, but it rained so it may have taken a bit longer to dry completely. We turned about 4 fans on and let them run night and day for the 4 days.
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June 5, 2013
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The product says 12-16 hours before walking traffic, I waited 24 hours since I applied the product during a hot/humid August day. I waited another 2 days before parking a car. No hot tire pull-up spots after 2 1/2 years.
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June 5, 2013
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Good Afternoon,
Rust-Oleum recommends waiting 12-16 hours after paint for light foot traffic, 24-48 hours for normal foot traffic and 3 days for vehicle traffic.
- Christine
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Drying time after washing floor

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Katy, Tx
February 6, 2013
After I prep my garage floor and clean what is the recommended drying time before I can start applying the epoxy coat to my floor?
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There's no specific amount of time, but the floors have to be thoroughly dried. Mine dried in just over 24 hours in about 80 degree weather with moderate humidity. I had the door cracked and a fan going the whole time.
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varies, but i recommend 24 hours. must be dry to the touch. use wet/dry vac as soon as you rinse. target any puddles.
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depends on the temperature outside - We were in 75 degree weather and it took 40 minutes .
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You will know as the dampness post-wash will darken the appearance of your existing floor. Once the floor has dried uniformly you will not see the dark patches. Time will vary based on your local weather conditions. I would give it as least a day during the summer season.
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March 19, 2013
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I left it dry overnight. I was fine.
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February 8, 2013
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The concrete floor will need to be completely dry prior to applying Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield Garage Floor Coating. The actual dry time will depend on the level of humidity and air temperature. The coating should be applied when the air temperature is between 60-85 degrees. The humidity level should not be exceed 85%.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 186 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by very good product For your project to be successfull, you must be ready to do a good washing ,degreasing and etching of your garage floor. After that, follow instructions about temperatures and you will be fine. I was able to complete this project with no previous painting experience. Now my garage look very good. July 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 100% Satisfied I was hesitant in buying this product based on the various reviews. I spent 1 day cleaning the garage floor. I first swept and then vacuumed the cracks of all debris. Next I used Krud Kutter (product from Home Depot) and a hard bristle scrub brush to clean the entire garage floor. Once thoroughly scrubbed, I used our pressure washer to rinse. Day 2 I rinsed the garage floor with the garden hose to Etch. Once this process was thoroughly done, I squeegeed the floor and put 3 fans on to dry the floor. That evening, I did a few minor concrete patches. I continued to use the fans to dry the garage floor. Day 3 I rolled the Epoxy Shield and added the decorative paint chips. I again used 3 fans to dry the floor. After reading numerous articles, I found that adding a topcoat is best in preventing paint peel or hot tire pick up. I purchased the Rock-Solid Clear Topcoat from Home Depot. The Top Coat cost more than the Epoxy Shield Garage Floor Coating Kit ($149). It also states that the Top Coat will cover 200 - 250 sq. feet. My garage is 500 sq. feet. I found that I was able to use only 1 pouch to cover my entire garage floor. I waited 4 days for drying time. I have driven both cars on and off the garage floor after running errands into town and there is absolutely no paint peeling or hot tire pick up. All in all I invested $301.41. The key is to do a thorough scrub down of your garage floor and adding the topcoat. I highly recommend both products (2 GAL. 2-PART HIGH-GLOSS EPOXY GARAGE FLOOR COATING KIT AND ROCK-SOLID CLEAR TOPCOAT). July 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great product This product was awesome. Some reviews left me a little worried about peeling of the floor but I can say that mine has not done that. To have good results you have to put a lot of time into the prep work. Scrub it more than recommended and make sure it's completely dry before applying epoxy. Don't walk on it during the drying time. If you follow the directions then you'll have a great floor that everyone compliments. I have now had mine 2.5 years and have not had a single issue and I believe it's because of the prep work I did. Overall it's a pretty simple DIY job and gives a great look. I am moving into a new house soon and will be reapplying. August 20, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Need to redo the garage. I followed the instructions to the T. I even waited a day and had fans running to dry the garage. But after a few months mine has started to peel and come off. I need to do it again but I don't want to waste the money unless I know why it peeled off. I know it works. I've helped friends to paint their garages. June 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by For those who can't etch or new concrete Results will vary and if you can do the etch you really should. But with new concrete and if water does not bead up you will be OK This is a interior work room addition so I could not etch because I couldn't use a lot of water or hose due to my new drywall. Drywall had just been mud and sanded so lots of junk on the floor. That's OK just clean it well. I used a trowel and just scrapped the blobs off the floor. I swept well and mopped twice with a cheap 10$ mop and a water bucket. Dust was took care of and only slight traces where the blobs were. Temp was 68° . I Let dry 4 hours after mopping. And waited the proper induction time after mixing with this temp. My concrete is not smooth flat, my beagle ran across my slab I noticed a couple hours later so we had to spray it down and try to level with a 2x4. You will see this in the photos. This is why it looks like it has lines in it . the epoxy covered it very well for the base slab condition. May 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Great product! It was very easy to use and very easy to apply. I have a 2 car garage and it was more than enough of paint and color chips. Preparation is the key, the actual application is just like painting a wall. Tips: - Make sure you have an even surface, this is just like paint so you will see through the imperfections. - Don't be afraid of using a good amount of paint (don't be scared you will run out of paint). I was being a bit conservative and had some leftovers but my floor could have used a bit of a thicker layer of pain for the imperfections, still looks amazing. Totally recommend March 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 2 part high gloss epoxy garage floor paint Paint went on easier than expected. It is suppose to be high gloss but it isn't really glossy (medium gloss). I purchase the two gallon for a two and a half car garage. Ended up throwing 3/4 of a gallon away. Floor looks good not great, kept paint wet as I rolled but you can still see were I started to roll again. Considering the price to have it done by a pro it is worth it. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install This is very and simple to paint. I will update review after 1 year to see how it looks like. Now these are not in boxes. Instead coming in the bags (pouches). If you see any video, you will see containers. One thing I have observed is need to clean/wash floor 1 day before only. April 25, 2016
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