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M E T A L L I C  &  S H I N Y

Interior design doesn’t always have to be something you just can’t wait to be done with. If you’re decorating your new home or you’ve decided to redecorate a place where you live – stop for a second and consider this amazing epoxy metallic floor. It’s three-dimensional look, and brushed structure makes it fantastically unique in a uninformed “cookie-cutter” market today. A shiny surface and top coat with mirrored effect make for a fantastic home workspace coatings product. This brushed floor will look fantastic in any home office or other small workspaces with modern interior and furniture. It goes great with black, as well as with the wooden surfaces. The shiny reflection gives it a necessary dose of glamor that will increase

The professional feeling you get in your workspace that you can’t get with standards floorings . One step in the room with this kind of floor will leave everyone breathless and wonder what other surprises you may have for them. Besides the attractive looks, epoxy metallic floors are also known for their durability so they’re suitable for heavy use – like in garage workshops, for example. The process of installation is very quick and what’s maybe the most important to you, the cleaning is extremely easy. There are no hidden places for the dirt to get into and give you troubles while cleaning; you can be sure that your floor will always be perfectly clean with minimal effort for this floor epoxy.

SYSTEM 1

LAYER

THICKNESS

EPOXY SERIES

PRIMER

8 Mils

(200 SQF/GAL)

POWERPOXY

100

BASECOAT

8 Mils

(200 SQF/GAL)

POWERPOXY

100

TOPCOAT

Min. 30 Mils

(50 SQF/GAL)

EPOXYSTARZ

PROTECTIVE

COAT

3 Mils

(500 SQF/GAL)

POWER II

ULTRA or WAX

(Optional)

TopCoat

Metallic

EpoxyStarz

BaseCoat

PowerPoxy 100

Primer

PowerPoxy 100

NOTE : 

It's recommended to sand between every coat, use a sand paper grit 80 to 120. For a super flat solid color floor, use this system

TIP :

Store your epoxy materials in a cool area 24 hours prior to mixing if you are forecasting warmer temperatures. The cooler epoxy will help increase the working time. Conversely, store them in a warm area if you are expecting cooler temperatures.  This will help keep the epoxy more viscous during application.