Restore A Garage Epoxy CoatingsThe Best Epoxy Coating for Garage Floors

Tired of having a dirty garage or concrete floor?
The secret to a beautiful finish is to use the products professional contractors use. Restore-A-Garage has made these epoxy coatings, cleaners, and tools available to the public.

If your garage and concrete look terrible no matter what you try.
We can help with step-by-step directions and FREE how-to advice. There are techniques to make a finish look good and last.

Do-It-Yourself Epoxy Floor Coatings

Restore-A-Garage is an advanced, water-based, Concrete Epoxy Floor Coating used for maximum protection and longevity. Restore-A-Garage Epoxy Coating is a 100% solid, high build garage floor epoxy coating that undergoes a chemical reaction that results in a thick coating, tightly bonded to the prepared surface. Restore-A-Garage Epoxy Coating will protect against abrasions, stains, impact, and chipping AND IS resistant to moisture, dirt, chemicals, and salts making it ideal for those living in climates where rain and snow are common as the seasons change.

WHERE TO USE
Restore-A-Garage Epoxy Coating is ideal for all concrete types such as garage floors, warehouse floors, industrial floors, shop floors, basements, concrete patios, concrete countertops, wood, and metal.

How Can R-A-G Epoxy Products Make a Difference?

  • High Performance 100% Solids Resin-Based Epoxy Coating
  • Can be applied to concrete, wood, and metal surfaces
  • Available in Multiple Colors
  • Decorative Fleck can be added
  • High Gloss Finish
  • Protects wood from damaging UV rays
  • Low VOC content
  • Restore-A-Garage Professional Epoxy Coatings
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    Rick · 04/14/2022
    What prep is needed for a brand new concrete floor? If I want beige, do I buy double product for 2 coats? What is the difference between battleship, Canadian French, and dark grays? Which is lightest?
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    BRUNO · 04/10/2022
    Hello, I am a Canadian resident living in Niagara Falls, Ontario CANADA. Where can I purchase your product near me?
    I have approximately 450 square feet of garage flooring including concrete steps going down into my basement. Floor is 20 years old with a previous flooring paint in 2010 that I will be grinding off with a rented industrial sander. How much would I require for a generous coating and can I use a roller to apply?  Can I integrate separate grit material into the pails before rolling? Thank you.  I am comparing your product with 2 others in my area.
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    Rande · 09/28/2021
    I need enough to complete my 24 + 32 (768 sq ft) garage floor. The garage floor is about 4 months old and is completely clean. How much product do I need?
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    Mike carter · 08/09/2021
    My concrete garage is super slick when damp or wet. Is your epoxy slick or can something be added to ensure a non slip surface.
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      RAD Products · 08/10/2021
      You can add the decorative flecks and or Shark Grip to the top coat of the epoxy for traction.
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    Kevin Sabourin · 07/13/2021
    Interested in a durable coating for my 28 by 32 garage floor, it has radiant heat in the concrete would that cause problems in durability? Also the floor has some cracks and saw cuts to prevent cracking would they have to be filled before epoxy coating??and of course oil spots in various places?
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      RAD Products · 07/13/2021
      Radiant heat is not an issue and while the epoxy will fill small hairline cracks, it will not fill larger sawn cuts. make sure to clean the floor first to remove the oil and then etch after to prep for the RAG Epoxy Coatings.
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    john · 11/15/2020
    I am building a 42 x 56 three stall shop with in floor heat. How many gallons would I need to cover the entire floor and what other recommendations do you have? Thanks.