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Multilayer, Mottled Metallic Floor Coating

Metallic epoxy overlayment in black and white.
Photo courtesy of Miracote

 Miracote, Rancho Dominguez, Calif. 
www.miracote.com

This technique uses manufactured silicon dioxide platelets coated with titanium dioxide to create a multilayered, variegated, hammer-toned seamless floor coating over concrete or an overlayment.

Ingredients
CQ Clear Epoxy mixed with Midnight Black ColorPax-E
Chameleon Dispersing Agent mixed with Radiant Sunrise Chameleon "Flip-Flop" Special Effects Pigment
Chameleon Dispersing Agent mixed with Star Silver Chameleon Special Effects Pearlescent additive

Instructions
- Apply the Midnight Black epoxy base coat to a clean surface. This allows for the highest amount of color stimulation.

- Prepare two spray bottles with each color blended with the dispersing agent.

- Spritz the lighter silicon dioxide (Star Silver Pearl) across the surface.

- Repeat with the darker color (Radiant Sunrise).

- Apply a final clear urethane coat to seal.

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