Restore-A-Garage 3 Car Epoxy Kit

$699.95
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This Combo Epoxy Kits Covers Enough for an Average 3 Car Garage. The coverage is 600-800 Sq. Feet. Includes 2 of the R-A-G Epoxy 3 Gallon Kit.
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This Combo Epoxy Kits Covers Enough for an Average 2 Car Garage.

  • The coverage is 600-800 Sq. Feet at 10 mils dft (dry film thickness)
  • Includes 2 of the R-A-G Epoxy 3 Gallon Kits

Do-It-Yourself Epoxy Coatings Made Simple!

Restore-A-Garage is an advanced, Concrete Epoxy Floor Coating System 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.

ADVANTAGES 

  • 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
  • Restore-A-Garage Professional Epoxy Coatings
  • Dries to a rich finish
  • Water-based
  • Low VOC content

Coverage:

  • One Coat except 2 coats recommended for Beige, White & Yellow colors.

For Full Instructions, See Restore-A-Garage Epoxy Product Data Sheet

Color Chart and Floor Measurement Chart Below for the Restore-A-Garage Epoxy

Note: 2 coats recommended for Beige, White & Yellow colors. All other colors are 1 Coat.

Restore A Garage Epoxy Color Chart

Epoxy Garage Floor Measurement Chart

For Full Instructions, See Restore-A-Garage Epoxy Product Data Sheet

RESTORE-A-GARAGE EPOXY TIP SHEET

  1. Do not apply if the temperature is below 55° F or above 85° F.
  2. All prior coatings must be removed or grinded off to adhere properly.
  3. Apply only when temperature and humidity is at their lowest point of the day. Avoid hot direct sunlight.
  4. You must wait at least 30 to 60 days for new concrete to cure.
  5. The Epoxy material should be at 70° F to 75° F before using it.
  6. No water or rain for at least 48 hours after applying.
  7. No car traffic within the first 48 hours after applying.
  8. Be sure to fill all large cracks, holes, and depressions prior to applying.

COVERAGE:

One Coat except 2 coats recommended for Beige, White & Yellow colors.

This 3 CarKkit covers 600-800 Sq. Feet. at 10 mils dft (dry film thickness)

DRY/CURE TIME:

A complete cure of the Epoxy coating is 24 to 48 hours at 65º F and less than 50% humidity. Do not close the garage door, walk on, or drive on until fully cured. Temperatures lower than 75° will result in longer cure times.

CLEANUP:

Clean tools immediately after each use with soap and water.

Reviews

Thursday, 16 January 2020

Best priced and Longevity for a 100% Solid Epoxy Resin 3-Car Epoxy Kit! Easy to apply!

RAD Products

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    Andrew · 10/06/2022
    Do you have a clear coat that you recommend to go over the fleck coating?
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    Jim Perry · 09/23/2022
    Can I put this epoxy over an old epoxy floor? The old floor is stuck to the concrete very well. No chips or bubbles.
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    John · 09/12/2022
    how long do you need to wait for recoating if using beige?
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      RAD Products · 09/12/2022
      As soon as the first coat is fully dry but no longer than 18 hours.
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    Birdeye Kustoms · 09/06/2022
    Where can the non-slip aluminum oxide additive be found for purchasing?
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      RAD Products · 09/06/2022
      We do not sell it but you can use Shark Grip if you like. Most people do not bother using the grip.
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    Birdeye Kustoms · 09/06/2022
    I had my concrete sandblasted, what else is needed to prep for epoxy?
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    Ethan · 09/03/2022
    I have a new build shop. How many gallons do you suggest for 2000 Sq ft?
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    Keith · 07/10/2022
    What are the prep steps on newly poured concrete slab.
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    chris · 06/26/2022
    can you first make a pattern out say red  then let it cure then use the clear top coat to fill in the rest of the floor then all that would show is the concrete and the patten under the clear could do that
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      RAD Products · 06/26/2022
      Yes. Or use two different colors. Red in one areas and then say gray in next area. You would have to carefully edge out each area?
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    chris · 06/25/2022
    hi can you mix 2 colors and let them just bleed together to get a kool look not like some do to acquire a uniform look 
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    Leandros · 03/25/2022
    Is this product available in Australia?
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    Dave · 03/03/2022
    Is the clear top coat optional? 
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    Aaron Levine · 01/20/2022
    I intend to use your product for a customer's basement floor.  The area is 850 sqft.  Will I be able to spread the 2x3 gal kit over this area or should I get an additional 1.5 gal kit?  Also, what type of prep is required?  Do I need to etch the surface first?
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    Bruce Fulton · 06/30/2020
    Beige requires two coats. When do you apply second coat? Can you do it right after first coat or do you have to wait until first coat dries?
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    Bruce Fulton · 06/30/2020
    Your 2 to 3 Gallon Kit says it covers 600 - 800 sq ft. That is a considerable disparity in coverage. I have a new construction shop floor. It is clean, no previous products applied. Would I lean more towards the lower end of the coverage recommendation?
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      RAD Products · 06/30/2020
      The variance in coverage is based on how thick you apply it, not the porosity of the floor.