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  • The kit contained everything needed to get the job done (minus the rollers and brush). It mixed ...
  • October 31, 2018
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The kit contained everything needed to get the job done (minus the rollers and brush). It mixed together well and was easy to pour into the roller pan. The fluid was thin enough to push around with the roller easily. Our ambient temperature was 70-80. Working in 4x4/6x6 sections was good. The fluid starts to get viscous quickly so working in smaller sections is a good idea. - Do as much prep work as you can. Power-washing the etch off is a good idea. - Divide your "sprinkles" so that you distribute them evenly. - "Blue tape" your walls for a cleaner edge that is easier to paint. Problem: it appears the fluid can seep up into wallboard and loosen the glue holding the wallboard paper to the gypsum. This causes the (painted) paper to pull away from the wallboard if the blue tape is not carefully removed. If you are careful, the paper won't tear off. Not sure how to fasten the paper down again (glue?). - You can feather the edges to minimize transitions. The 2 bags were very close in color. - Watch the ridges caused by the roller. The fluid does not level out very well. The ridges are not very obvious. - Only cut a corner from the fluid bag to control the flow into the roller pan. It's easy to slop over. - Watch where you are stepping. Fluid on the bottom of your shoes is strong enough to drag around a couple paper towels. Hopefully the product is as good long term as it was easy to apply.

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AlB

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  • Part 2 of my review submitted-color mismatch
  • July 16, 2020
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Well-putting in my review comments would not save-so I surmised comments were too long. So I removed this and it saved it-so this is part 2 of info you need to do this right: 1. If your floor is very smooth, you may get the coverage indicated. But if it's porous (and if you etch and grind it will be) then it will not look like a showroom floor if you do one coat only. 2. Your spending a lot of time doing this, so spring for the 2nd kit to do a 2nd coat at minimum. 3. If you want it to look it's best, then plan to do clear coat over the chips. I have a 700 sqft shop I bought this for. The concrete was poured a month ago and is clean, but I used the etching and powerwashed it to try to even out the trowell marks on the 'fines' that the concrete guy left. I bought 3 kits plus 2 clear kits and bought extra chips in silver to go with the tan kit chips that came with it. I want to do heavier chips than it comes with to hide the imperfections of seams I caulked and the poor finishing job the concrete guy did. So I spent around 700.00. Well worth it if I get the rsult I wanted. It seemed like the factory did not clean the machine from grey when switching to the tan color! Look at the photo on how gray this is.

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Bigromo

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By: Bigromo
  • very easy to use
  • October 06, 2016
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I wanted the garage floor to be protected but didn't want to spend a bunch of money on it, this fit the bill great. so far it seems durable and easy to clean up spills.

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Scott

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By: Scott
  • Very easy to use, etching cleaner was ok, but I also used murotic acid, witch was much better. A...
  • August 30, 2018
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Very easy to use, etching cleaner was ok, but I also used murotic acid, witch was much better. Also was advise to use a clear coat with anti slip sand, very please with how it turn out.

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Pipefittersrule

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By: Pipefittersrule
  • used the almond kit. I really liked the way this product went on, looks great, but despite caref...
  • January 24, 2017

used the almond kit. I really liked the way this product went on, looks great, but despite carefully following all directions, two weeks after I started parking on it, there was damage to the surface under my 2 back tires. Finish gone in spots and base layer is visible. No apparent reason; didn't happen under the front tires... Worried now this will happen again. Not sure I would recommend it or not based on this dissappointing situation.

ricci

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  • Recently painted my garage floor with this product and the result was fantastic.It was enough for...
  • October 08, 2018
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Recently painted my garage floor with this product and the result was fantastic.It was enough for my 2.5 garage contrary to some reviews on Youtube.

Adeshola

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By: Adeshola
  • Do not recommend it started to come up after 1...
  • May 05, 2020

Do not recommend it started to come up after 1 week of parking my car on it

HomeDepotCustomer

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  • The application went as instructed. Looks great! I put the "anti skid" (really just sand) on af...
  • October 23, 2018
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The application went as instructed. Looks great! I put the "anti skid" (really just sand) on after the paint chips. The floor is glossy but not slippery

Tim

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By: Tim
  • Love this product!
  • July 06, 2016
  • Recommended Product

Let me preface by saying the floor must be very clean for this to adhere properly.also any cracks or other imperfection on the floorshould be repaired first. Otherwise this is a great product and i do recommend adding the Anti skid additive to it.

ritch

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By: ritch
  • I had plenty of material for a 20x24ft 2+ car garage. I did spend the prior day grinding off th...
  • January 29, 2019
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I had plenty of material for a 20x24ft 2+ car garage. I did spend the prior day grinding off the old paint finish, back to concrete. Rent a diamond cup type grinding machine, for 4 hrs (any other kind will take an entire day) after grinding, use the acid wash - I used a mop, which helped brush down any loose dust also the process of mixing the bags of epoxy is easy, wait 45 mins, then pour into a roller tray, and use 3/8 NAP 9" ROLLER then repeat for the second bag of epoxy. the paining took less than 1hr, inc painting 3" around all the edges first, then rollering 4x6ft section, then sprinkling the flakes in all, excellent product. the time is the preparation of the surface

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