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Rust-Oleum 203008 Basement Floor Kit, Tan

4.5 out of 5 stars 64 customer reviews
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  • Transforms Sound Concrete Basements Into Living
  • The product is manufactured in United States
  • 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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Product Description

Color: Tan

Product Description

Epoxy Shield, Gallon, Tan Basement Floor Coating Kit,, Transforms Sound Concrete Basements Into Living, Playing Or Working Spaces, Includes 2 Part Water Based Epoxy Coating, Decorative Chips, Stir Stick & Detailed Instructions, Indoor Use, Soap & Water Clean Up, No Primer Needed, 1 Coat Coverage.

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.

Product Information

Color:Tan

Technical Details

Part Number 203008
Item Weight 28 pounds
Product Dimensions 17 x 14 x 9 inches
Origin China
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Item model number 203008
Color Tan
Item Package Quantity 1

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ASIN B000LNS3WS
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4.5 out of 5 stars 64 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #70,160 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#36 in Industrial & Scientific > Tapes, Adhesives & Sealants > Coatings
Shipping Weight 12.1 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 Available January 8, 2007

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Color: 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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Color: 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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Color: Gray Verified Purchase
I used this to finish the floor of a basement shop. Looks fantastic, works extremely well and is very durable once it's fully cured. Make sure you have the entire area you want to cover prepped before you start as pot life is only a couple of hours at room temperature. You work in one 4' x 4' section at a time, and if you aren't careful about the amount of chips you spread it's not hard to run out before you finish. You can purchase extra chips separately, so I'd recommend considering picking up an extra bag before you start. I also found that one gallon will cover just about the area indicated by the manufacturer, so you can use to pretty accurately determine how many gallons you will need. I covered my 500 sq ft shop with 2 kits. The instructions recommend that you mix the two colored gallon cans to make sure the tint is the same before adding the activator, but I didn't and the color was a perfect match anyway as far as I could tell.
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I used this product on a 150-year-old basement floor. The floor was very uneven and rough. In one room I had to strip old paint off the floor using a 3200psi pressure washer and chemical stripper for several rounds. I also used the Epoxy-Shield Concrete Resurfacer in this room to fill in some of the major pockets, divots, pitting, and unevenness. I put on two coats which filled in the worse of it, but did not completely smooth the surface (as advertised by the product since it is just for light spalling and pitting). I was fine with this since I was not going for a look-like-new smooth surface.
I then used the Epoxy Shield Concrete Etch in both the newly resurfaced room as well as the rest of the floor. This was easy enough to use and clean off.
I bought the Epoxy Shield Basement Floor Kit (Gray with blue/black/white decorative ships) to apply epoxy on the floor. I measured out the floor areas and divided it into smaller sections. I then took all the decorative chips, and using a kitchen scale, separated them into proportional groups so I knew how many to apply to each section so as to make sure I had enough and that I applied a consistent amount everywhere. The epoxy was easy to apply using a Wooster Brush Epoxy Glide Roller Cover, however since it was only 1/4" nap and I had a very rough floor, I had to fill some spots in with a brush (as well as all the edges). The instructions state to apply epoxy in 4ft x 4ft sections and then toss the chips. If you try larger sections, the epoxy starts to dry and the chips may not stick as well to it. The epoxy did go on a lot thinner than I was expecting and therefore, because of my rough floor, after it dried many chips were sticking up or had corners sticking up from the surface.
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