DIY Kits - POR-15® Basic 2 1/2 Car Garage Floor Painting Kit
POR-15 Basic 2 1/2 Car Garage Floor Painting Kit
Seal your garage floor permanently with all- new Floor Armor floor painting kits from POR-15.
No need for acids; no need to flood your floor with water.
Just use our easy degreaser on any heavy oil or grease stains, vacuum away any dust or dirt, and paint right over everything with Floor Armor.
Get the same fantastic results you have come to expect from world-famous POR-15 Rust Preventive Paint, with this terrific new product.
It is the result of several years of development by our own chemists and product specialists.
Use Floor Armor in heavy traffic areas. It can take the abuse from forklifts, floor jacks and constant traffic.
Once the your floor is covered with Floor Armor, you'll wipe up oil and grease stains with a rag, and keep dust down too.
An easy DIY project that transform your garage.
Colour choices for all kits are Light Grey, Dark Grey
As seen in Hemmings Muscle Machines
▶ Colour Topcoat,
▶ Grease & Oil Remover
▶ Non-slip Aggregate
▶ 1 x 1⁄4" Nap Roller
▶ 1 x 1⁄2" Nap Roller
▶ 1 x 9" Birdcage Frame
▶ 2 x 1 1⁄2" Chip Brush
▶ Stir Stick
▶ Rubber Gloves
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The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate and reliable to the best of our knowledge and belief as of the date compiled. However no warranty is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of these data or the results to be obtained from the use hereof.
Frequent Asked Questions
Q What if your floors have been painted in the past? Do you need to remove that paint?
A For maximum durability you should remove the old paint and build back up. Your paint job is only as strong as what you paint over top of.
Q How long does this have to cure before you can walk or drive on it?
A Allow 24 hours dry time before permitting light foot traffic and up to 96 hours for heavy traffic and industrial use. Temperature and humidity will affect dry time - the cooler and less humid it is the longer it will take to dry.
Q Can this be used overtop of a previous garage epoxy that has faded?
A No, the old coating must be mechanically removed by sanding, grinding, or shotblasting before applying the POR15 material.
Mask walls, door openings and any permanent fixtures that do not require coating.
Sweep floor with a stiff-bristled froom or shop vacuum to remove loose debris.
If excessive oil or grease stains exist, use the included grease and oil remover to prepare surface.
Mix POR-15 Floor Armor ingredients and apply to floor with the nap rollers with overlapping strokes.