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Metallic epoxy for garage floors. We talk about prepping your concrete for metallic epoxy or any epoxy system. Repairing spalling and cracks. Making your floor seamless by filling your expansion joints. We also give our advice on choosing the right top coat for your application, and finally we talk about covering oil stains on your concrete.
You're probably wondering and possibly confused if you should spend the extra money on a top coat urethane for your floor or epoxy project. Today we'll clear some of your questions up, and guide you to the right decision for your epoxy floor application.
We invite you to challenge us on your next project. We'll be your partner from start to finish. We have specialists that can guide you from prep to top coats and everything in between. Let Spartan Epoxies earn your business by being your resinous flooring consultants, the best part is thats there is no charge for our planning service.
We're thinking about displaying actual powders instead of swatches that we have now. Having them next to each other is a huge help as you can see the tones and shades of each color. Remember, you can always lighten or darken colors if you don't see a shade you want! BTW, you can change the vibrance of a color by adding yellow, orange, red, etc... What other type of floor or countertop can enable you to actually make your own color?
Time to get creative! Think of our metallic pigments like an artist thinks of oil paints. You can create your very own color by mixing other metallic pigments together.
Mix other metallic pigments together to make your very own color. We made teal by mixing Banana (yellow) with Caribbean (blue). Curious what other colors look like together? Comment with your requests! Check our colors by going here: https://www.spartanepoxies.com/metallic-pigments then come back and tell us what colors you'd like to see mixed together and we'll post the results!
The epoxies you buy are the same epoxies used in an industrial/commercial application. Yet safe enough to install on your countertop or floor.
We get this question a lot. How difficult is epoxy to put down on my countertop, floor, garage floor, etc? It's all about knowing how to do it before you start. Once you have the confidence on how to install, you'll feel like a pro. Epoxy is very simple, just like anything in this world, if you don't know how or haven't been instructed, of course, you won't know where or how to begin.
So you've seen something online or maybe in person. Now you're ready to start your metallic epoxy project, and you're wondering "how did they do that"?