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Best-looking floor in town, two-part epoxy floor covering

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Section of floor with car wheel on it

Using epoxy as a floor covering

Shop for garage flooring and you'll find a full range of floor products described as epoxy. Entry-level, solvent-based epoxy kits, available for about $150 for a 2-car garage, match the budget for some. At the top end, you can spend $5 or more per square foot for professionally installed, 100 percent solid epoxy.

DIYers can now apply top-drawer epoxy products. The Wolverine Coatings materials for this 18x24' garage floor (three task-specific 2-part products plus 65 pounds of custom epoxy flakes) cost about $1,000. Was it worth the investment in materials and three days' labor? The results say "yes."

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jjj2121 wrote:

Great article. Great product. BUT, someone should point out that a residential DIY person cannot buy products manufacturered by Wolverine Coatings Corporation. Their residential supplier Alpha Garage is basically out of commission (since December 2013), and there is no other supplier who deals with residential sized orders. Hopefully there are equivalent...or better epoxy coatings...???

6/27/2014 10:41:34 AM Report Abuse

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