Sam used our white polyurea garage floor coating. You can find more information on the polyurea coatings here.
Our premium Polyurea garage floor coating from All Weather Floors provides our customers with a blend of customer favorites from other products combined into one outstanding garage floor coating option. Unlimited pot life, one day installation (in many cases) and the use of a single component to create a super strong super durable finished surface are just a few of the reasons our customer will love this new coating product. Please note for gallons and five gallons our pricing includes the tint pack and there is no need to order additional ones. A second coat of base color may be required if you use a 25 grit Diamabrush or other aggressive grinding. High use, commercial and industrial applications should use the second coat of base before clear. This is the same coating in our kits.
All-Weather Floors (AWF) Polyurea Concrete Coating
Our AWF Polyurea provides next-level protection for concrete surfaces in garages and industrial locations. Now available in kits! While surface preparation is required, it offers a very easy installation process with no need to add a catalyst. Unlimited pot life, outstanding chemical resistance, impervious to hot tire lifting and the single-component nature of the product, make it ideally suited for the DIY consumer, building owner and professional contractor. The system can be used stand-alone or with the addition of flake. Generally, a single base coat and single clear top coat is sufficient. Data Sheet and Product Info Download
Floor Coatings That Work
The key to any garage floor or industrial floor coating is that it works the way it is supposed to. Our high-end Polyurea garage floor coating is a step-up from our other single component products in many ways. High mil thickness, similar chemical resistance and an outstanding performance from a system that has been tested for over a decade
Polyurea Vs Rust Bullet
Rust Bullet, in many cases, does not require grinding. AFW Polyurea will require an etch or grind. AWF Polyurea is thicker and exhibits similar chemical resistance with a couple of key exceptions. If you expect long term exposure to large amounts of brake fluid or diesel fuel, Rust Bullet may be a better alternative. AWF Polyurea spreads easier than Rust Bullet. While care should still be used to avoid imperfections, you are less likely to have roller marks. AWF Polyurea is more versatile in terms of recoat times and the thicker coverage does a better job of hiding flaws in the concrete — although still not as well as epoxy.
Coverage is expressed in a range from 200 – 300 Sq. Ft. per gallon. The 300 Sq. Ft. number is rare and typically only used in cases where we are adding an extra coat. In general, we would figure coverage at 200 Sq. Ft. per gallon to be safe. Depending on the color being used, the number of coats and the amount of flake being used that number can sometimes be increased to 250 Sq. Ft. per gallon. Keep in mind full broadcast systems are much safer estimated at 200 Sq. Ft. per gallon and should NEVER exceed 250 sq. Ft. per gallon.