Rated 1.0 out of 5 by 2
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by homeowner does not prevent hot tire pick-up..
i applied this product when epoxy-ing my garage floor.. this was applied to my washed concrete garage that had been painted with simple outdoor paint and displayed hot tire pick-up and stains from the previos owner.. i thoughly washed and scrubbed the floor and removed any peeling paint and let air dry.. applied the Seal-Crete Lock Down primer to "bond" the epoxy primer to the floor and prevent hot tire pick-up.. painted everything on with a roller/extension.. primer was dry after 4 to 5 hours and good enough to walk on, but i wanted to wait 24 hours before applying my epoxy.. this product covered my 20 x 20 garage with a thin coat - needed two gallons to do two coats, first coat thin, second coat medium.. let first coat dry for 3 days, the second, 5 days.. also applied clear coat sealer, two coats, 24 hours between, and waited 5 days to drive cars into the garage, as directed.. not satisfied - after 1 month i have hot tire pick-up.. does not work as advertised.. it is also ridiculously slippery when wet or you have on shoes that are wet from walking on wet grass or simple slick bottom shoes.. i took great care/caution and followed directions religiously for application, as this takes a TON of time and money (130$ in all) and do not feel like it was worth it at all..
May 31, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by FrankH SealCrete
Poor adherence to smooth concrete basement floor, even with recommended primer product from same company. I stripped floor and even power wire-brushed it. Cleaned it well, but the paint started peeling up and flaking within a week. Stripped first coating and wire-brushed again, but second try only last about a week and a half. Note: I used commercial grade carpet tiles with rubber backing over surface after allowing a few days of curing on second try and I suspect it is humidity related. I will not buy this product again.
May 28, 2013