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Old 04-09-2009, 06:58 PM   #1
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Affordable %100 Solids Epoxy


Anyone here have any experience/knowledge of Krylon Dura-Top %100 solids floor epoxy? It appears to be the best value I've found at $175 resin + $50 hardener for a whopping total of "5 Gallons" of product. Available through Global Industrial, Grainger and others. If not any other recommendations would be appreciated. I have 750 square ft of floor (3 car garage) to cover.

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Old 04-10-2009, 07:48 AM   #2
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Since we don't know you at all, define for us exactly what 'affordable' and 'best value' mean exactly to you...for example, you have a three car garage to cover. Is $225 five or ten dollars beyond "affordable"?

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never heard of it,,, may be a repackag'd product from another outfit, relabel'd, or chink import,,, our stuff's $431 {color'd & uv-resistant ) for 5g, another's $315 for 5g, & $347 for another type - all depends what qualities you need for the item you're doing,,, on the other hand, we also use aliphatic urethane over the top to protect the epoxy - that's another $349 for 5g,,, things more clear, now ? ? ?

your ' best value ' sounds like sub-standard stuff to us but our standards're higher,,, you're excus'd 'cause you're a h/o-diy'er.
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