It’s possible to get the look
the use of metallic epoxy. While epoxy has traditionally been used to help with
a metallic look when filling in gaps along metal sinks and such, concrete
contractors have found a new use for it. You can choose to work with a
contractor or learn how to do it on your own.
Uses of Metallic Epoxy
A concrete contractor can
provide you with an array of options for inside your home or even outside, such
as in your garage. When you want a
metallic epoxy coating can be
used to create a glistening new appearance.
The floors not only look
three-dimensional but the epoxy is self-leveling so that it’s very easy to use.
It’s available in an array of colors to provide many options for its use.
It is commonly used in:
metallic epoxy coating
can be purchased so you have the ability to
do the work on your own. This allows you to take the creative aspects into your
own hands and have a look that is brilliant on any concrete flooring.
Use Metallic Epoxy
You may be surprised to find
out how easy it is to use metallic epoxy. Once the floor is cleaned, you can
follow a few basic steps.
denatured alcohol to help disperse the metal through the epoxy
the epoxy over the floor with a notched squeegee
can be added by using a blower to create ripples and creators for a unique look
Other colors can be added by drizzling or splotching them on top
of the metallic epoxy’s base coat
After the metallic epoxy is
down and you are happy with the design and the overall coverage, you can then
squeegee on a clear coat to provide an added layer of protection. You get a
unique look that has a hint of metallic within it. You can find silver, gold,
and various other metallic epoxies to add the hue that you desire.
Regardless of what kind of
concrete floor you have, epoxy can be used to provide a new look that you’ve