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Foundation Armor Before and After of Stamped Concrete Floor

Before photo: the floor is white and hazy.
Before photo: the floor is white and hazy.
After photo: the floor has a nice satin sheen.
The floor now has a nice satin sheen.

Foundation Armor LLC has shared before and after photos of a job that received more than 33,000 Facebook views.

Manny Pereira, a customer in Placitos, New Mexico, had a stamped concrete floor with a solvent-based acrylic that was applied one year ago. Pereira experienced heavy delamination and blushing. The wet areas around the white area in the photos is his "test area." He wanted to see what the floor would look like with Armor Blush Repair and Armor AR350 sealer before doing the entire floor.

Pereira put down one coat of the Armor Blush Repair, a multicomponent, timed release agent for opening up the recoat window of solvent-based acrylics. Four hours after he applied a single coat of the Armor Blush Repair, he applied a single coat of Armor AR350, followed after another four hours by a second coat of AR350.

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