A customer writes: “I installed your Product #1 All Purpose Epoxy Coating on our floor about 20 years ago. The floor is not warn out or pealing. It does have scratches where pallets with nails sticking out the bottom has scratched the surface. I want to change the color to our company color anyway, so I want to re-coat the whole floor. How do I proceed from here?”
You will want to sand the existing floor removing all the shine. It sounds like there was quality installation and surface prep, since you have no lifting or pealing. If you should have any that is loose you need to completely remove loose coating . Solvent wipe with Xylene. Lets solvent dry and apply your epoxy normally.
CAUTION: Epoxy doesn’t like sticking to epoxy unless you do your surface prep meticulously. I always recommend doing a test patch to test your surface preparation before you proceed with doing the rest of the floor. This can be done by placing a small test patch or patches. Let them harden overnight and then try removing them with a putty knife, screw driver of similar method to insure it is well bonded.
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