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Rust-Oleum 203008 Basement Floor Kit, Tan

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  • Transform a basement into living, playing, and working space
  • Attractive satin finish, indoor use only
  • Cleans up with soap and water
  • Water based, low odor
  • No primer is needed, one coat coverage
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Rust-Oleum 203008 Basement Floor Kit, Tan + Wooster Brush R232-9 Epoxy Glide Roller Cover, 1/4-Inch Nap, 9-Inch + Rust-Oleum 279847  EPOXYShield Anti Skid 3.4-Ounce
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Product Information

Color Name: Tan
Technical Details
Part Number 203008
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 14 x 9 inches
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Item model number203008
SizeTwin
ColorTan
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000LNS3WS
Best Sellers Rank #78,591 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, 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.
Date First AvailableJanuary 8, 2007
  
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Product Description

Color: Tan

Product Description

Epoxy Shield, Gallon, Tan Basement Floor Coating Kit, Transform Basements Into Living, Playing & Working Spaces.

From the Manufacturer

Rust-Oleum EPOXY Shield Basement Floor Coating transforms sound concrete basements into living, playing or working spaces. Apply to floors and walls to resist staining and wear. Kit includes 2-part water-based epoxy coating, decorative chips, stir stick and detailed instructions.

Customer Reviews

I filled them in with a product from the same home improvement store.
Amazon Customer
Looks beautiful when painted on your floor and covered every stain and boo boo on the concrete basement floor.
Shannon
It's been 6 weeks since I finished the floor and so far it is holding up well.
Christine Hanson

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104 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Kristian on December 14, 2011
Color Name: Tan Verified Purchase
I'm writing this so that others can avoid my mistakes. First of all, if you can do without the decorative flakes, do so. They are not magical, and my lack of foresight did not account for the possibility of them not resting completely flat and chipping (and bringing up some epoxy with them) when a hard object slides across the floor. They provide texture, and I am not sure that they will last long if you do things like slide chairs and the like against the floor. For instance, there was a small piece of plaster that was stuck in the epoxy - when I tried to remove it, quite a bit of epoxy came up with it. I used some leftovers to touch it up, and I've got my fingers crossed (I think the instructions say that the epoxy must be used within 16 hours of mixing). Another thing - APPLY THE EPOXY LIGHTLY. DO NOT try to give it a good, thick coat like you would with paint. My floor has roller streaks (and no, I did not use a dirt-cheap roller) on spots that were painted more heavily. One person noted that they had trouble removing masking tape (the epoxy would come up along with the tape). This was not a big problem with me, but it DID happen around a door threshold. I could have tried removing it more slowly to avoid this; but it came off so easily and without any problems from the walls, that I didn't take extra precaution when removing it from the thresholds. Finally, the product has a VERY strong smell after it's dried. I will probably have to leave the basement window open during the day (it's winter now) for a few days to reduce the smell. I don't know what someone would do if they didn't have access to a window!

The product dries pretty fast, so work quickly when sprinkling the flakes (if you use them). I would not use the flakes in hindsight.
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By M. Wilson on March 8, 2010
Color Name: Tan Verified Purchase
I put this on our basement floor. First I filled in any cracks and holes with concrete patch. Then we swept and vacuumed and then washed the floor well with TSP. When the floor had dried I applied the epoxy. I was very hesitant at first, worried that it would not come out looking good, or that I would run out before I finished (area being treated was ~ 200 sq ft). However, it rolled on very easy and spread well. I painted along the edges with a brush first, and then used an epoxy-rated roller with 1/4" nap). It looks FANTASTIC with the flakes. Had ~ 1/4 can left when finished. I would use this product again in a heatbeat.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By JoePo on January 3, 2012
Color Name: Tan Verified Purchase
Bought 6 cans to do my basement of 1450 sq feet and had nearly a full can left over at the end. It looks fantastic and went on very easy (much easier than the garage floor I did a few months earlier). It immediately transformed the basement into new living space and am very pleased with the result. I did not use any of the flakes as I prefer a cleaner look. I like the look of tan much better than the light gray I used in the garage as that came out with a noticeable blue tint.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Barbara on October 10, 2011
Color Name: Tan Verified Purchase
Needed to get the floor sealed in the basement. every where we looked the price was so high we could not get it done now we done it with these and looks beautiful and worked great too. Easy to use and clean up was a snap.
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36 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Red Soxy on July 13, 2010
Color Name: Tan
Overall, my basement floor looks better, but I am not 100% satisfied. I ended up needing a second kit. I bought the same color, thinking that it would match and it did not. I googled my issue and found that others have had this problem. No where in the box, the directions, or on the instructional DVD do they mention to mix different kits in a larger bucket, or it won't be 100%. This little nugget of info would have come in handy....
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jason J. Style on December 18, 2007
Color Name: Tan Verified Purchase
It is what I thought it would be. Average cost, average shipping. The product works great for the basement. Looks much better after product was put down. Would recommend to anyone instead of just cement paint. The epoxy is the way to go.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By northcoastmopar on April 18, 2010
Color Name: Gray Verified Purchase
Easy to use and made a big difference in the room's appearance. Much lower price the available kits at the big box stores. Time will tell on durability but appears to be a tough product.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca on October 8, 2012
Color Name: Gray Verified Purchase
Our house was built in 1969. The basement is big and open, but sure has a lot of settlement cracks in the floor.
I wanted to paint the basement floor to double up our living space. We have a busy 6 yr old, and extra space is always welcome.

I read many reviews before buying this product and considered BEHRR brand at Home Depot, but there were too many steps involved...clean, prime, paint, seal...
Also the Epoxy brand at Home Depot was only for garages and the kits were $108.00 each.

First we filled the settlement cracks with a masonry floor filler, we didn't sand the floor (probably should have but didn't care about making it "perfect", and didn't want to spread lead dust if there was any), then we scrubbed the floor clean with TSP. The floor cleaned up well.

The paint arrived within 3 days of me ordering it, the seller was great. We went with the blue/gray color as it matches our laundry tub and support beams in the house.

You have to mix the epoxy with the paint and wait 30 minutes before use. For some reason that annoyed me. I'm not patient by nature and thought I could just open the stuff and start working. Either way, not a deal breaker on using this product.

Our basement is 1320 sq ft, and I bought 3 cans of this paint, knowing I will likely need to buy 1-2 more. We've had to start painting in sections because the space is so big. One can covered approximately 289 sq ft, it covered in one coat, the flakes are easy to use and adhere well.
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