how much paint

The first step in calculating the amount of paint required is to calculate the surface area or for epoxy floor coating to be painted. This area may be the wall, or the ceiling, or the door of the room. Calculating the square footage of wall work is relatively easy and the only hard part is

Remove Epoxy Coating

Unfortunately, there isn’t an endless list of ways to remove epoxy coating from concrete, and most of the methods require harsh chemicals and heavy equipment. One of the characteristics of concrete is the presence of numerous pores on its surface, which if the epoxy coating is used, these pores are completely filled and cause better

Concrete Crack Chasing and Solutions

Shear and bending fractures are the most important fracture modes for unreinforced beams. Flexural rupture due to softness is generally preferred to shear rupture due to brittleness. Because in soft rupture there is a possibility of redistribution of stress and can be a warning to the user, while in sudden rupture due to lack of

Concrete Shot Blasting vs Concrete Grinding

The two most common methods to mechanical prep a concrete surface are grinding and shot blasting. Shot blasting is a method of surface preparation that uses small beads propelled out of a machine at a high speed. The beads are shot out of the machine, striking the floor, and are sucked back into the shot

Epoxy Flooring for Garage Floors

With epoxy flooring for garage floors, the best step you can take to create the most durable and toughest flooring for your garage is to apply a garage floor epoxy coating. Unlike traditional garage floor paint which simply dries on the surface it is applied to, our 100% solids, high build garage floor epoxy coating