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Rust-Oleum 203006 Garage Floor Kit, Tan

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Product Description

Color: Tan

Product Description

Environmentally friendly and easy-to-use. Its water-based, low odor, nontoxic formulation creates great looking, long-lasting floors. The formula is engineered to withstand the harsh elements common to most garage floors, new and old, and at the same time maintain a beautiful finish. The durable finish resists hot tire pick up and abrasions. Protects your floor from gasoline, antifreeze, brake fluid, motor oil, and salt. Kit includes 2-part epoxy floor mixture (1 gallon-part 1 and 1 quart-part 2), decorative, skid-resistant color chips, installation booklet, and stir stick. Covers approximately 250 sq. ft. on smooth surfaces or 125 to 200 sq. ft. on rough porous concrete. Recommended application with long handled roller with short nap cover. Available in gray, tan, and tint base (formulas available from Rust Oleum). Refer to model No. 214382 (SKU 781379) for degreaser. Banned in SCAQMD of California. No. 251965: Color: Gray with Optional Blue Color Chips, Formulation: Water Based Epoxy, Size: Kit Makes 1 Gallon, Sheen: Gloss, Approx. Coverage: 250 to 500 sq ft per gal, Surfaces: Covered Concrete Floors, Garage Floors, Pkg Qty: 1, Package Type: Box No. 251966: Color: Tan with Optional Tan Color Chips, Formulation: Water Based Epoxy, Size: Kit Makes 1 Gallon, Sheen: Gloss, Approx. Coverage: 250 to 500 sq ft per gal, Surfaces: Covered Concrete Floors, Garage Floors, Pkg Qty: 1, Package Type: Box No. 252625: Color: Tint Base, Formulation: Water Based Epoxy, Size: Kit Makes 1 Gallon, Sheen: Gloss, Approx. Coverage: 250 to 500 sq ft per gal, Surfaces: Covered Concrete Floors, Garage Floors, Pkg Qty: 1, Package Type: Box

From the Manufacturer

Rust-Oleum EPOXY Shield Garage Floor Coating creates showroom-quality surfaces. Protects against gasoline, antifreeze, motor oil, salt and hot tire pick-up. Kit includes 2-part water-based epoxy coating, concentrated cleaner, decorative chips, stir stick, detailed instructions and an instructional video.

Product Information

Color: Tan
Technical Details
Part Number 251966
Item Weight13.3 pounds
Product Dimensions8.3 x 13.3 x 8.3 inches
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Item model number203006
ColorTan
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002YQLV6
Best Sellers Rank #130,954 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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240 of 243 people found the following review helpful By Idgarad on July 9, 2010
Color: Tan
The product is excellent but to put things in perspective:

Disclosure: I am a professional, non-union painter for over 10 years. I currently paint for hospitals and clinics in the Twin Cities metro area.

I work with Epoxy paint frequently painting bathroom and operating rooms from various manufacturers (Sherwin Williams, Dutch Boy, etc.)

Largely I have found Epoxy paints to be consistent across all brands, no better, no worse. 99% of the time when I see epoxy products fail it has little if anything to do with the product itself, but rather the surface preparation.

Things to understand:

Drying Time is not the same a Cure time. This is true for latex paints as well as Epoxy, Enamels, etc.

Epoxy products can be dry in as few as 30 minutes to the touch. This has nothing to do with the product curing. Epoxy paints on floors can take as many as 30 days to full cure. Yes 30 days. I just finished last evening doing my own floor with this product (Ice Blue was the tint I went with). While it is dry to the touch after 6 hours for foot traffic It needs at least 8 hours. Based on the humidity in the house (I have the air running) it will be ready for furniture in another 12 hours roughly PROVIDED you have pads underneath (felt is common). For direct hard surface contact this product, like most epoxy products will need 4-7 days depending on humidity. Peeling is normally the result of dust residue or a weak, existing, surface treatment or contaminate.

DO NOT RELY ON MOPPING ALONE. You need to wash any surface (wall or otherwise) before applying paints, even epoxy. I suggest using your carpet shampooer if it has a hard floor attachment.
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107 of 108 people found the following review helpful By Great deals on January 8, 2009
Color: Tan
I found this link because I wanted to forward it to a friend who will be doing his garage soon. I decided to read the reviews to see what others thought of the product. I did my garage 3 years ago and am very happy with the results. My garage has had no peeling of any kind, and even tolerates my welding sparks very well. Personally, I found it to be an excellent product, and the cost per square foot was very economical compared to the others I researched first. Here is what I learned about applying this product...first, READ the directions! Preparation of the floor is about 80 percent of this job! Also, the directions stated to apply it when the surface was above a certain number of degrees. Keep in mind that is the SURFACE temperature, not the AIR temperature. Even though its 70 degrees in March or April, it doesnt mean that the ground temperature has warmed the floor to the reccommended temperature! Personally, I did mine in August and had great results with the adhesion. The one problem I encountered was that, in hindsight, I probably put my paint on too thick. This caused the paint to take nearly 10 days (on muggy, slow drying August days) to dry properly. This is waaaaay longer then I expected it to take. Also, I learned that if you apply the product too thick, you will get the roller overlap marks between sections that someone else commented on. My experience is that the paint will NOT "blend together" as it dries like paint on a bedroom wall does. It WILL leave overlap marks! Try to keep this in mind when doing the floor. If you keep these comments in mind, I think you will find that this is about as good as it gets with an epoxy floor coating. I have found NOTHING to lift up this floor in ANY section of the garage. Even spilled gasoline and kerosene had NO effect whatsoever.Read more ›
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Cuthahotha on January 19, 2009
Color: Tan
One of my coworkers purchased the product and did an application, his turned out so well I thought what the heck, lets do one also.

So off to HD to purchase the product. Well packaged, contained excellent directions.

My son and I prepped the floor. (Swept, and power washed).

Material went down exactly as expected. My coverage was exact as suggested. I knew I wanted a bit more of the chips, and bought some while I was there. Glad of it. We almost ran short. (again, I knew i wanted a more heavy quantity.) I would suggest get more chips. To run low at the end would be bad as by the time you get more at the store it will be too late to apply.

Total work time, including floor prep, and material application for one kit (1/2 my garage) was about a hour. This does not include floor dry time or material set up time between mix and application.

The floor turned out Great. No roller marks at all.

HIGHLY RECOMMEND THE PRODUCT. Even more highly recommend you read the directions and follow them.
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63 of 70 people found the following review helpful By R. Groth on February 11, 2008
Color: Tan
I just signed in to place an order for Epoxy Sheild to find that it was coming up with a one star rating. As a Sealant and Coating formulator for the last 35 years I could not believe the reviews. This is one of the best coatings that I have seen. I have a 1,200 sq ft garage, live off of a gravel road with 2 SUV's. The coating has been down for three years and the abrassion damage and wear is minimal. I would have been happy with failure at two years. Before I used it I had a contractor quote the job at 4.50 a sq ft. Due the math, it is a great product.
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