*During cold weather seasons, allow epoxy to acclimate to the proper temperature before use, as material may reach lower temperatures in transit.
Countertop Epoxy FX Floor Cast Epoxy is designed to coat any flooring surface or substrate including new or damaged concrete, tile, wood, linoleum, and other surfaces with a 100 mil thick, ultra UV resistant, extremely shock and scratch resistant floor that exceeds performance standards of epoxy paints and other inferior coatings. More than just a coating, FX Floor Cast Epoxy penetrates, seals and bonds with concrete creating a permanent, monolithic floor that resists hydrostatic pressure, impacts, chemicals, stains and bacteria or other microorganisms while permeating fractures, bonding damaged concrete, flexing, and resisting slab movement. Over tile, FX Poxy Flooring Epoxy bonds with ceramic or other types of tile, permeates and seals unsanitary grout lines and creates the same monolithic floor surface as concrete. While FX Floor Cast Epoxy protects flooring substrates from shock impacts and damage, it is also easier on your joints, similar to the difference between walking on wood vs concrete.
FX Gloss Flooring Epoxy is recommended for color coats and will stretch a lot further per square foot than the FX Floor Cast Epoxy!
Product temperature may lower dramatically during transit this time of year. The product and ambient temperature must be between 70°-75° when mixing. Lower temperatures will affect the integrity of the cured epoxy. Please acclimate your epoxy to a 70 degree room first before use.
Countertop Epoxy has updated our Flooring Epoxy with an improved 2 to 1 formula (2 parts part A - Resin to 1 part B - Hardener) that covers up to 60 square feet per 3 gallon kit. This new formula is much less likely to fish eye, leaving your floors with a glass-smooth finish even on thinner coats. While we still recommend going a full 100 mils thick for maximum impact resistance, the benefit of this is it allows application of a thinner layer with less of a chance of fish eyes when re-coating. Please note: when applying coats thinner than 100 mils, you may need to use additional colorant to ensure color blocking.