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Use Of Paint Primer

March 4, 2010

Why use an epoxy primer for your concrete floor coating? One is that a favorite of both the professional and the do-it-yourself floor coating installer because it eliminates the difficulty and hassle of mixing multiple components together.

Creates an effective barrier to chemicals, saltwater and vapors on virtually any surface. It achieves a highly durable high-build protective epoxy base coat that quickly self levels to a rock hard finish. The cured epoxy-ester film provides excellent protection from the damaging effects of harsh weather, chemicals, impacts and abrasions without blistering or lifting to hot tires.

So the purpose of using a paint primer is to allows finishing paint to adhere much better than if it were used alone. For this purpose, primer is designed to adhere to surfaces and to form a binding layer that is better prepared to receive the paint. Or another way to put it  is quicker and easier to use and provides a durable base coat in preparation for virtually any garage floor coating system. It provides a sound base for the application of concrete floor coatings and seals out air and moisture.



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