Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Rogers City, Michigan
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It's very good. The kits come complete with everything you need including mixing buckets, rollers and handles. You literally don't have to buy anything additional and comes with excellent written instructions and a video explaining the whole process. It is a two part water based epoxy. You srub the cement with a brush and muriatic acid and then hose it off. You leave the floor wet and start applying the first coat of epoxy. The first coat soaks into the cement and really gets a good bond. 24 hrs later after the 1st coat has dried to a semi dull finish, you roll on the 2nd coat and apply the colored paint chips (if desired). After another 24 hrs I applied the polyurethane clear coat for added durability. I've never seen any of the cheap kits look as good as this does.
1992 Mustang GT 502 cu/in-631 hp Street Car
A-429 heads, KOOKS headers, Rollerized C-6