Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat

$299.99
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Use Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat as a finish or top coat over the Restore-A-Garage Epoxy Coating. Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat exhibits excellent characteristics for abrasion resistance, chemical resistance, corrosion resistance, weather resistance, flexibility, and excellent UV stability.

Now Available in 1.5-Gallon Size! Covers 300-525 sq feet!
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Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat is a ZERO VOC high performance  and high solids 2-component, waterborne aliphatic poly aliphatic polyurethane. This unique non-yellowing coating comes in a GLOSS or SATIN finish that remains non-chalking and has superior UV resistance. Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat offers performance characteristics typical of high quality, 2-component, solvent-based, aliphatic urethane coatings but provides excellent durability and UV stability without strong odors.

Use Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat as a finish or top coat over the Restore-A-Garage Epoxy Coating. Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat exhibits excellent characteristics for abrasion resistance, chemical resistance, corrosion resistance, weather resistance, flexibility, and excellent UV stability.

Note: The Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat can also be used on bare concrete.

WHERE TO USE

Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat is ideal for a top coat over existing coatings and epoxies for all concrete types such as garage floors, warehouse floors, industrial floors, shop floors, basements, concrete patios, concrete, and countertops.

ADVANTAGES 

  • High Performance 61% Solids Resin-Based Coating
  • Can be applied immediately after or months after your current epoxy application
  • High Gloss or Satin Finish
  • Zero VOC content
  • Provides excellent coverage, clarity and UV resistance
  • For indoor and outdoor use
  • Water-based
  • The R-A-G Clear Top Coat will self-level and provide a beautiful smooth finish with added protection to the R-A-G Epoxy

Coverage:

  • 1.5 Gallon R-A-G Top Coat Kit covers 300-525 sq. Ft. at 6-7 mils

Important Note: When applying the R-A-G Clear Top Coat over the Restore-A-Garage Epoxy Coating, we suggest lightly sanding the Epoxy coating with 100-120 grit sanding blocks/pads after it is fully dry. This will de-gloss the epoxy, create a good Epoxy surface profile and provide excellent adhesion for the R-A-G Clear Top Coat. You can avoid sanding by applying it 15-18 hours after applying the epoxy, but you risk the slight chance of the R-A-G Clear Top Coat separating from the R-A-G Epoxy.

For Full Instructions, See Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat Product Data Sheet

Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat in Gloss

Restore A Garage Clear Top Coat

Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat in Satin

Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat Satin

For Full Instructions, See Restore-A-Garage Clear Top Coat Product Data Sheet

COVERAGE:

1-Gallon Clear Top Coat Kit covers 210-400 sq. Ft. at 4-7 mils

DRY/CURE TIME:

A complete cure of the Clear Top Coat 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

Adds additional protection and gloss over your epoxy coating. Can be used as maintenance coats to restore the shine and while allowing your epoxy coating to look brand new again.

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    Anthony · 10/18/2020
    Hello, the epoxy instructions say the cure time is 24-48 hours and to not walk on it prior to that. If doing the top coat within 15-18 hours, what are the proper shoes to wear? Will the epoxy be hard enough to walk on with sneakers without leaving marks? I assume the spike shoes would dig into the epoxy. Thanks.
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    Anthony De Filippo · 10/06/2020
    I am torn between using the top coat within the 15-18 hours after applying the epoxy or waiting until the epoxy is fully dry and then sanding prior to applying the top coat. Obviously not having to sand is a big time savor but I'm concerned with the small chance of the top coat separating. If you were doing your garage, what option would you take?
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      RAD Products · 10/06/2020
      It is a lot easier to do it without the sanding.
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    Anthony · 10/01/2020
    Hello, if sanding the epoxy prior to using the top coat, can the floor be mopped to get rid of the sanding dust or should it be hosed out? Thanks.