|Item Weight||28.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 15 x 9 inches|
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|Item model number||203373|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Rust-Oleum 203373 Professional Floor Coating Kit, Silver Gray
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On to the product. These Rust-Oleum Pro Floor coatings are the High-end of the Low-end. They are solvent based products whereas you can probably only get water based versions at your local big box store depending on your states regulations. The box advertises coverage at 250 sq ft and my single garage came in right around 240 sq ft. There was plenty to do the floor. I was worried about not having enough at first but my fears were unfounded in the end.
No problem spreading the coating. Came with plenty of decorative chips. The concrete flooring I started with was approx 60 yrs old. 60 years of dirt, grime, grease, oil, damage and 2 coats of paint. Prep is always the key with ANY kind of coating. There are many products advertised, methods recommended, etc, here's what I did.Read more ›
Some Problems I read about:
Product not drying evenly or having darker spots at certain locations.
- I think the problem with this is that people may have applied it on UN-evenly at those locations. I also had this problem when I was finished. My tip would be to apply a thin coat of the epoxy to the entire garage without the paint chips. Then apply a 2nd layer with the paint chips. This will allow you to get a uniform layer down. Also be sure to roll out your roller so that it is evenly applied. Do not use globs of epoxy only on one side of the roller. If you apply it too thick then it will be difficult to get a uniform color. Finally make sure you over lap with thin layers of epoxy. Just like how you would paint a wall. Because if you use a thick coat and abruptly stop you will clearly see the area you stopped at. Thin out the epoxy and let the epoxy overlap with a thin coat. Use a paint roller tray to help make the epoxy more uniform.
Product shows concrete patches.
- If you used the concrete patch kit you might start to see it through the epoxy. The best thing to do is make sure you sand down the patches smoothly. This will allow the epoxy to adhere to it. Also this will give you a smooth surface at the end. One Issue I had was that the concrete patches can be seen through the epoxy. The epoxy is not that thick and will not self-level. So it is important to smooth down all your patch jobs prior to laying epoxy down.Read more ›
Writing an addendum. It has been almost 3 years since the application and it has held up perfectly! No lifting or chipping, still looks as good as when it was done new. Thought I would have had to do a follow up application by now but the way it still looks it would be a waste of time!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome Stuff!!1 Just be aware that the smell is very strong. It took a week or two for the smell to go away. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Trent
Love it! Garage floor was plain gross. Now everyone is jealous. I did 2 coats after prepping, although not needed. Did it all myself and I'm a girl! Be sure to wear gloves. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Tish Colibert
Great item, will get clear coat to go on top. PREP PREP PREP...better to take longer than to just throw it down and have to tear it up sooner than you would have to prematurely... Read morePublished 1 month ago by michael l darkins
I did a HUGE amount of research before choosing the Rustoleum line of products to coat my garage floor. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shayna
The smell is strong but two years later it is still holding up. No peel up at all. The prep work is the hardest part but the most importantPublished 1 month ago by C. swords
add for 2.5 car 500 sq feet but come 1.5 car 300 -400 sq feetPublished 1 month ago by Stevevanmeter
After doing a some research on different concrete epoxy coatings for my garage I decided on this one. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Average joe
Preparation is the key. I recommend using the Rust Oleum etching powder. It does not gas off like miratic acid or eat holes in clothing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. Sipe