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Epoxy Seal Slate Gray 922 1 gal. Concrete and Garage Floor Paint

$31.02 /each

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Seal-Krete Epoxy Seal is a ready-to-use, acrylic-epoxy blend formulated to resist hot tire pickup, chemicals, oil, grease. And gasoline stains. This epoxy-fortified formula dries to a durable, UV-resistant, satin finish that resists scuffing, peeling, blistering and fading. Epoxy-Seal is easy to maintain, making it ideal for both interior and exterior high-traffic areas including garage floors, driveways, shop floors, basements, pool decks, walkways, patios, porches and more.

  • Ready-to-use
  • Resists oil, chemicals, hot tire pickup
  • Hi-hide
  • Interior/exterior
  • Soap and water clean-up
  • 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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Can you use any brand of concrete primer as long as it is water based?

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Yes, you can use any brand of concrete primer.
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what type of primer is needed before the application of epoxy seal?

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August 3, 2015
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Dear lynda,
The Home Depot also sells SEAL-KRETE Lock-Down Concrete Bonding Primer which is compatible with water-based floor paints such as Epoxy-Seal. If you are prepping and painting bare concrete, please remember to etch as well. If you have any questions regarding application or products, please contact SEAL-KRETE Technical Services Department. Thank you!
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What does "Low VOC" mean on the epoxy garage floor paint? One is with/one is without

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According to EPA Method 24 – Floor Category, this is how Epoxy-Seal ranks:
Reg. VOC – #920, 921, 922, 940 < 250 g/L
Low VOC – #960, 961, 962, 970 <50 g/L
If you have any further questions, please refer to our website for Epoxy-Seal datasheet or contact a Technical Service Representative at 800-323-7357. Thank you for your inquiry!
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Can this be used for concrete walls?

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We're wondering if we can use this product on the interior concrete walls of a cold storage room in our basement (under the porch). Can this be used on walls, or only on floors? If it could work on walls, is the application going to be a pain?
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Yes, this product can be used on walls and it a great option for areas that get a lot of wear and tear. It, more than likely, won't cover as well, so you will probably need a few coats of paint for the color to be consistent. It will go on just like typical wall paint.
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Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome Product I am very happy with this product and ordering was so easy! May 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad Product ***TOTAL WAIST OF TIME My husband and I spent so much time preparing basement floor. DAYS!! We cleaned and cleaned, used seal krete etching solution, scrubbed and rinsed. Let dry for several days and vacuumed thoroughly. Applied one coat seal krete epoxy, 24 hours later checked on how it came out and 60% paint came off with broom. In a worst predicament then started. Now i have to somehow remove the remaining paint and start over with something else. The money spent on 4 gal and etching solution doesnt even compare to the time lost. ??? Bad reviews seem to buried for this product... hum January 1, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of money My wife and I spent 2 days cleaning and painting the garage and let it try for 2 additional days, and the paint just peeled off the when I pulled my car into the garage. Now my garage floor looks like bad with patches of paint. It is total waste of money and time. January 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very Satisfied with Results This has been the best garage floor paint I have ever used. It has been a month since I put it down and I have had no lifting of the product or scaling like other garage floor stains or paints I have used in the past. Important you follow instructions. The product may be lasting better than the others since I did use the primer first. I know eventually the tires will start to lift the product, but so far I am very satisfied. September 19, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Would Not Use It Again I bought this product to paint my garage floor. I used the degreaser/cleaner as recommended. I pressure washed the floor. I acid washed the floor as recommended. I put two coats of the Epoxy Seal paint on the floor. I did not park the car in the garage for one week after I pained the floor. The paint started peeling up within one week. It has now been almost two months and about 1/3 of the paint has peeled. Basically, I wasted about $200. June 9, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Basement floor After researching what to paint my basement floor with Epoxy was highly recommended. I sometimes have an issue with a little bit of moisture. This is supposed to stop that from happening. Well it is the winter our dry season so my floor should be fine however I am finding spots where the paint is lifting. My basement is heated so that is not an issue. With that said it is hard to provide a complete assessment of the paint. January 13, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by waste of time and money I followed all the instructions on how to clean the concrete and what to use to clean it before I put this stuff down. I put it down and let it dry the correct amount of time before I put down the sealant and let that dry before I put everything back in the garage. My garage was empty for an entire week to give this stuff ample time to dry and seal to the concrete. Not even 24 hours after I put stuff back in my garage was this stuff peeling up. The only thing that is in my garage is a a rolling toolbox, work bench and a squat rack. This stuff peeled up from me walking on it. I patched it and it peeled right back up. I contacted the company through FB and the lady was nice and told me who I needed to speak with. That guy was a total jerk and gave me a list of 10 things that I needed to do to see what the problem was. I had already sent them pics showing the 5+ places it was peeling. If I send you pics of what your product is doing why do I need to conduct a science project to find out what the problem is? I would not waste your time and money on this product. December 27, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Seal Crete Coverage OK over the Lock-Down primer, but need two coats for good look, need three coats in some areas. Go with the more expensive products available. July 8, 2014
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