How to do Epoxy Floors - STEP BY STEP GUIDE - S3E3
I put this video together to help anyone wanting to do their own epoxy floors. The products used for this floor are Arizona Polymer Flooring APF E400 in Safety blue. The clear coat is APF P100.
APF Epoxy 400
We put epoxy over new concrete, cut epoxy is a great option to go over old concrete and make it look like new. Because epoxy has color in it, it doesn't matter if the concrete is old and has stains on it, as long as you clean it really good, the epoxy will stick very well to concrete and give you an amazing look. Epoxy is not limited to solid colors, you can also do metallic epoxy floors, which use metallic flakes to give you amazing variations in colors and make it look amazing. Many people do metallic epoxy floors in their garage to enhance the look and give them a show room look.
You can also put epoxy over wood. If you have a countertop, you can seal the wood with APF P250 first, and then put epoxy over it, and come back with a food grade clear coat to make it food safe. Epoxy has tons of different uses not limited to concrete. I hope this video helps you tackle your own project. Good luck.
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