PRECISE™ Radiance – Metallic Epoxy Flooring in Little Rock
Traits & Benefits
- Floors can be designed to look like lava lamps, marble, or lightning strikes, among other things. Highly durable floors developed for performance
- Resistant to staining, solvents, scratches, and spillage
- Non-slip floor, the grip may be improved by putting chemicals in the top coat
- Produces a smooth sanitary surface with no nooks or crevices for mold or bacterial development
Where to Use PRECISE™ Radiance
- Automotive Showrooms
- Business Developments
- Office Spaces
- Sport Event Centers
How to Install
- Sand the floor to prepare it for the concrete. This forms microscopic ridges on the surface, allowing the epoxy base coat to sink through and provide a strong bond between the epoxy and the concrete.
- It is advised that a vapor/moisture barrier coating be installed. Because epoxy is not permeable, moisture will migrate up through the surface, causing the epoxy to peel.
- In a bucket, combine the metallic pigment and epoxy. If you wish to mix colors, make a proportional pigment-epoxy mixture in separate buckets for each hue. To avoid a harmed end, look for clumps in the mixture.
- Pour the mixture in small puddles into the base coat. As accents to the main puddle, you may use other hues of the metallic mix.
- Spread the mixture evenly on the floor using a trowel or a roller.
- After the floor has dried, apply the top coat. If the floor is in a low-traffic location, you can consider using a good-quality wax to keep the shine.
PRECISE™ Radiance Epoxy Flooring Systems Frequently Asked Questions
Our PRECISE™ Radiance metallic epoxy is one of the most long-lasting products on the market. It is also chemically resistant and does not discolor or scratch readily. If the floor is subjected to heavy foot or machine activity, it is recommended to protect it with a top coat.
Metallic epoxy flooring can survive for 20 years or more with proper care. All you have to do is maintain it clean by wiping it with water on a regular basis and don't let spills sit for too long.
The easiest approach to keep your floor clean is to dust mop it once a week. You may also damp mop it as an extra precaution to keep the residue from setting.
Metallic epoxy floors may appear slippery due to their reflecting appearance, but they are not. Anti-slip and anti-skid qualities are well-recognized for epoxy flooring. If it still feels like a problem, you may add a top layer to enhance friction even further.