DaiHard 100 Epoxy Floor Coating Brings Industrial Strength to Concrete Floors

Daihard EpoxyAuto shops, warehouses and manufacturing plants are all saying farewell to stained, discolored and simply ugly concrete floors. Whether in the back halls of a hotel, stadium or restaurant, applying industrial-strength DaiHard 100 epoxy floor coating refreshes and rejuvenates concrete surfaces.

Available in gray or tan, the roll-on floor coating resists salt and chemicals, plus has no hot-tire pickup. Once applied to a clean surface, the strong epoxy coating locks onto interior concrete floors with exceptional adhesion capabilities.

The low-odor, zero VOC epoxy delivers professional-grade, heavy-duty performance on all types of concrete surfaces, including garages, workshops and basements. An installation video makes it easy to transform concrete floors.

“Just one coat of DaiHard 100 hides anything previously on the concrete surface,” says Peter Daich, president of Daich Coatings. “The new heavy-duty industrial-strength DaiHard surface is impact-resistant. It also has up to 60-minute pot-life.

“You can use this coating as both a preventative step on newer floors and as a way to transform ugly, marked-up, much-used concrete floors. We continually see builders using this epoxy floor coating on different locations throughout homes during construction. Many warehouse supervisors request this product for their over-used floors.”

One Kit Does It All

The DaiHard 100 kit (which is cost effectively priced below $90 on The Home Depot and Daich Coatings websites) includes a cleaner to loosen dirt on the floor before applying the epoxy. The kit also includes 2.7 quarts of DaiHard epoxy resin (part A of the formula) plus one quart of DaiHard epoxy hardener (part B of the formula). The two parts are combined and then applied to the surface with either a roller or squeegee application. One coat generally covers an area of 250 square feet.

To add to the overall appearance of the finished floor coating, the kit includes decorative acrylic flakes that you can sprinkle onto the wet surface. A light and uniform layer of the flakes will create a slip-resistant floor. The recommendation calls for a second layer of the coating when adding the decorative flakes. This locks down the pieces and complete the floor finish. For locations requiring a “showroom shine” and added strength, there’s also a 100 percent solids epoxy clear top coat available.

“DaiHard protects against oil stains, chemicals, salt and general wear and tear that concrete floor surfaces routinely receive commercial and home settings,” says Daich. “For less than $100, you can transform your interior concrete floors with this durable and long-lasting product.”

About Diach Coatings

Daich Coatings primers and decorative concrete products are available online at The Home Depot or online at Daich Coatings.

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