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  • "QUIKRETE" EPOXY FLOOR PAINT
  • Garage floor coating
  • 2-part - water-based
  • Color: light base
  • Kit includes series epoxy, hardener, color flakes, bon-lok concentrate, and dvd instructions
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Technical Details
Part Number 002-50026-22
Item Weight17.5 pounds
Product Dimensions7 x 14 x 8.5 inches
Item model number002-50026-22
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0010OKMS0
Best Sellers Rank #801,188 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight18.5 pounds
Date First AvailableDecember 3, 2007
  
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Product Description

"QUIKRETE" EPOXY FLOOR PAINT * Epoxy floor paint * Garage floor coating * 2-part - water-based * Color: light base * Kit includes series epoxy, hardener, color flakes, bon-lok concentrate, and dvd instructions * Beautifies and protects with a durable finish againist hot tires, gasoline, oil, scuffs, wear and tear * Dries to touch in 8-12 hours, wait 12-24 hours for light foot traffic, 72 hours for automobile traffic * Covers 250 sq. ft * Must be tinted before applying

Customer Reviews

The amount of flakes they come with the kit make the floor look almost like Terrazzo concrete...Beautiful!
S. Michel
To any who are excited over their initial results with this product I say write your review AFTER it has been down on the floor for awhile.
MLR
We had perfect dry weather conditions, 80 - 85 degree temps and low humidity, but the product just simply would not cure.
David B. Fisher

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78 of 81 people found the following review helpful By G. Bruckno on June 17, 2009
I was reluctant to try this on my garage floor, which endured thirty years of oil drips and was horrible to behold. The floor was a disaster. It was so bad I wanted to tear it up and pour a new one, but I thought I'd try an epoxy coating thinking that if I didn't like it, I could still tear up the floor. Preparing the floor involved a combination of extensive mechanical scrubbing, pressure washing, various detergents, solvents, acid, sweat, and blood. To make things worse, I didn't want to rinse everything out onto a finished driveway, and had to mop up the effluent rather than just spray it outside. Preparation was a time-consuming, miserable task, but the eventual results are nothing less than spectacular. It's been a year since I finished the job and it has held up well. I can't imagine a more cost effective and beautiful concrete floor covering.

Having read extensively about what this work would entail, I realized that inadequate preparation would guarantee failure. At first I thought pressure washing the floor would remove most of the oily crud. Wrong. I was surprised to determine a 1500 PSI washer was completely ineffective removing thirty years of thick, greasy, dusty crud. I then tried an electric drill with a wire wheel but the pressure required to remove the crud made the drill impossible to control. So, I was left to scrub every single square inch of my oversized three car garage with a wire brush and a metal scraper. I repeatedly filled my dustpan with pounds and pounds of icky black crud. The crud was very difficult to remove. It was a miserable job - several hours a day, every day, for about three weeks. I completely wore out two wire brushes, about an inch of the flexible metal scraper, a lot of skin from my knuckles, and my knees have just begun to recover.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Adam on June 7, 2011
I would not waste your time or money on this product, at least not where it gets cold in the winter and hot in the summer. I am very detailed with this stuff and I spent double the recommended time to prep the surface of the floor. I cleaned it first with broom, then air blower, then water, just to be sure. I used the acid incredibly dilligently, stayed off it while it cured for double the time stated, and in the end, the floor peeled up where my wife's car parks within a few weeks, then in big patches within a few months.

Valspar (the owner of Quickrete) offered a replacement set to re-do the floor. I purchased it, they took 8, yes 8, months to reimburse me. I havent' put it down because I hate the first so much I don't want to put in the effort. The worst part is, the floor looks even worse now because there are patches of normal concrete, and patches of this terrible product.....I just wish I could peel it all off but thats not an option.

Beware.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By David B. Fisher on May 16, 2009
Without going into too much detail, I found this product to perform completely inadequately and would not recommend anyone to use this product.

We have a 2 car garage and the square footage should have been easily covered with 2 kits. I purchased 2 kits, watched the video and read the instructions carefully. I knew prep was a key to successful results, so I followed all directions to the "T".

The first kit seemed to go on fairly well. The 2nd kit had a totally different viscosity and began hardening beyond the point of being able to work with it - in less than 30 minutes after the mixing of the epoxy and hardener was complete. I had to throw away most of this kit, and quickly return to the store to get a 3rd kit to complete the job. The 3rd kit's viscosity was somewhere in between the 1st and 2nd kit I used.

Finally got the paint down and covered with flakes. It looked pretty good. After waiting the prescribed period for curing, the floor was still so tacky that light foot traffic would bring the paint back up. We had perfect dry weather conditions, 80 - 85 degree temps and low humidity, but the product just simply would not cure. We waited 10 days before trying to drive on it and had fans running 24 hrs per day, and it was still so tacky that the paint adhered to the car tires.

The floor has been painted now for about 9 mos., and we continually are losing more paint.

It seems like a good value product when you see the kit, but it is nothing more than a mess when it does not work, at all, as advertised. Again I would not recommend it to anyone.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By MLR on November 11, 2009
This product is a great idea but needs to go back to Quikrete R & D as it is not ready to sell to the public yet. Results DO look great as customer reviews have stated but after two months big patches simply "lift off" the floor revealing the ugly garage floor underneath. We followed the instructions to the "T", watched the handy video, was pleased with the results until two months later. I will have to resurface in the spring, probably with a good paint that is a light gray color. $150 for my double garage is TOO MUCH for a product that does not work. To any who are excited over their initial results with this product I say write your review AFTER it has been down on the floor for awhile.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By B. Rodriguez on June 2, 2008
I utilized this product (purchased from Lowe's home center) for a 20-year old garage floor. I watched the video and did my best to follow the instructions to the letter. I had a few stubborn oil stains which I probably should have spent more time on cleaning or used a more aggreesive chemical on.

However, the floor came out pretty good - at least all my friends and wife loved it. My biggest complaint was that it seemed to set up very fast after cutting in the expansion cracks and floor edges. By the time I rolled half the floor, it was getting very tacky and left roller marks, which I was not very happy with. I never intended on utilizing the color flakes, but I did so to hide the roller marks. In the end, I was very glad I used the color flakes, as they looked great. I feel that the product set up very fast on that very hot summer day. (it was already 90 degrees F. at 9 AM.) I started early when it was cool, but probably should have not started it due to the heat - the instructions don't really warn about this.

All in all, it turned out quite nicely, and within a month or two, I had two small chips come out of the floor where the heavy oil stains were - one due to hot-tire pickup. I think better preparation (even better than their instructions say) is required. The rest of the floor was very durable, added a lot of reflected light to the garage (light gray color) and looked professionally done (to my friends.)

I will probably use this same product again in my new house. The price was right, it was very easy to work with, and the amount of product supplied was sufficient. It comes with tons of color flakes if you want to go wild, but I only used probably 1/2 of what they gave me.
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