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Use Two Colors of Metallic Powder for a Two-tone Coated Floor

JonĀ Kopp, Quality Epoxy LLC, Gilbert, Ariz., says his metallic epoxy floors are all two-color these days.

His recipe: add two colors of Cohills Pro Series Metal Essence Metallics to two coats of Arizona Polymer epoxy (a water-based prime coat for adhesion and a 100-percent solids coat) on a floor-coating installation. The topcoat is a clear polyurethane.

Jon Kopp, Quality Epoxy LLC, Gilbert, Ariz., says his metallic epoxy floors are all two-color these days.

His recipe: add two colors of Cohills Pro Series Metal Essence Metallics to two coats of Arizona Polymer epoxy (a water-based prime coat for adhesion and a 100-percent solids coat) on a floor-coating installation. The topcoat is a clear polyurethane.

How much he disperses into each epoxy coat varies, as does whether he mixes the colors before or during dispersal. Variation is what makes this technique effective.

Three of these photos feature Tuscan Sun and Chestnut colors of metallic powder. The other is Copper & Chestnut.

How much he dispersesĀ into each epoxy coat varies, as does whether he mixes the colors before or during dispersal. Variation is what makes this technique effective.

Three of these photos feature Tuscan Sun and Chestnut colors of metallic powder. The one at the bottom is Copper & Chestnut.

 

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