Epoxy Floors

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Just wanted to know if anyone ever used the Epoxy Plus system for their garage floor/ how easy is it to apply I want to do a Titanium and Pearl accent floor. If you type in Epoxy Plus Floors look at the videos.
 
#2
Larry;

I've never used The Epoxy Plus brand floor covering but I did have an epoxy primer rollered on to the concrete floor of my workshop and then had it top coated with a two-part Sherwin-Williams polyurethane. This is available only from the S-W industrial distributors, not the usual S-W retail outlets. It has held up very well and the light color makes it brighter in the shop. Polyurethane is resistant to gas & oil and if you clean up spilled brake fluid promptly, it won't hurt it, either.

Regards, Neil Tucson, AZ
 

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Larry;

I've never used The Epoxy Plus brand floor covering but I did have an epoxy primer rollered on to the concrete floor of my workshop and then had it top coated with a two-part Sherwin-Williams polyurethane. This is available only from the S-W industrial distributors, not the usual S-W retail outlets. It has held up very well and the light color makes it brighter in the shop. Polyurethane is resistant to gas & oil and if you clean up spilled brake fluid promptly, it won't hurt it, either.

Regards, Neil Tucson, AZ
Neil thanks for the advice
 
#6
My garage is starting to get pitted from all the winter crud I bring in. The floors have in floor heat so I use it year round. I’m looking to do an epoxy floor next spring but I really want an anti-skid finish without the flakes. If you drop a small washer or nut on anything but a solid color floor it’s impossible to find. Any recommendations?
 
#7
My garage is starting to get pitted from all the winter crud I bring in. The floors have in floor heat so I use it year round. I’m looking to do an epoxy floor next spring but I really want an anti-skid finish without the flakes. If you drop a small washer or nut on anything but a solid color floor it’s impossible to find. Any recommendations?
EpoxyCoat.com does have bags of Silica Grit (fine sand) that can be mixed in or sprinkled immediately after application. It does provide “some” antiskid protection, perhaps not as much as the flakes do though.. I wish I had gone this route.
If you do go with flakes, I believe you can now buy the flakes in the same color as the epoxy..
 
#8
My garage is starting to get pitted from all the winter crud I bring in. The floors have in floor heat so I use it year round. I’m looking to do an epoxy floor next spring but I really want an anti-skid finish without the flakes. If you drop a small washer or nut on anything but a solid color floor it’s impossible to find. Any recommendations?
Steve, that is the reason I painted my shop floor bright yellow- I can find small parts that get dropped. A light color also makes the shop brighter since it reflects the light.
 
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