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Ultra Fast Drying Industrial Epoxy Floor Coating With Free Shipping

When downtime is critical and must be kept to the barest minimum you need our newest extra heavy duty epoxy formulation. It's the latest in industrial floor epoxy technology that is incredibly versatile. This two part epoxy paint allows you to coat any concrete surface indoors or outdoors down to temperatures as low as 40 degrees with incredible adhesion, unmatched abrasion resistance and depending on temperature and humidity dries to the touch in 1-2 hours! Recoat in 3-4 hrs with light traffic in 12 Hrs and heavy traffic in 24-36 hours. Typical epoxy coatings need Temperatures above 55 degrees and 4-5 days for full cure. Most epoxy flooring coatings cannot be applied in outdoor applications and those that do are not very durable.

ArmorGarage has overcome all the drawbacks of a fast drying, low temp/outdoor rated epoxies. Ultra Fast Epoxy Flooring has an abrasion loss rating of 8mgs which means it is exponentially more scratch and abrasion resistant than the best the competition has to offer.

It is also UV proof so it won't yellow even under continuous exposure to sunlight, it is resistant to just about any and all chemicals, acids and even Skydrol which is the nastiest stuff you can imagine.

Works on concrete, wood or stone. Works indoors and outdoors down to 35 degrees. Low odor about the same as conventional interior paints. Great for Hazard Areas, Line Stripping, Shop Floors, Hangars, Warehouse Floors, Production Floors.

Ultra Fast Floor Coating is available in all standard colors.

Sold by the square foot, 500 sf minimum and must be ordered in 100 sf increments. As always we recommend you allow yourself at least a 10% safety factor to allow for different floor porosity and application techniques. Price includes enough Epoxy for two coats.. For slip resistant finish order the heavy duty nonslip additive(sold separately).

Pot Life is about 20 minutes, dries to touch in about 1-2 hours.


Please see the Application Instructions for the proper spread rate coverage for this product. Due to can size limitations the minimum order for this product is 300 sf. Always allow a minimum of 10% extra as a safety cushion for variances in different concrete floors.


Concrete slab must be clean of all dust, dirt, oil stains or any other contaminants. We recommend a diamond grinder for best results. Be sure to use a grinder with an appropriate non clogging vacuum attachment to minimize the dust. After grinding, vacuum the floor to remove leftover dust. Then using a strong leaf blower, blow any remaining dust off the floor and out of the premises.

Oil stains can be removed by mechanical grinding methods or scrubbed out with Liquid Tide and Muriatic Acid, be sure to neutralize these spots after washing with TSP. Test oil spots by sprinkling water on them, water should not bead up or turn rainbow bluish tint.

Repair any cracks or divots prior to coating. Coatings will not repair floor damage.

Once floor is ready for coating stir each can with separate stir sticks to unify any separated materials. Pour all the Tint(1 pint) into the Part A and mix until color is uniform. Pour out the Part A into a clear measuring container, do the same with the Part B in a separate container. Please note that this product has a short working time of about 15-20 minutes. Mix one gallon total of Part A & Part B at a time per the mix ratio on the label for both. You can use any measuring cups to measure smaller amounts, as long as you maintain the proper ratios. Pre hardening of product is not covered under the warranty so do not mix too much until you get a feel for how much you can apply in 15 minutes. Make sure to mix all material from the sides and bottom of your container so you don’t end up with any unmixed material. Do not over stir or create a vortex that will induce air into the mixture. Do not use the same stir stick in different cans, use the same stick to stir the Part A, same stick to stir Part B and the same stick to mix the combined components. You will need at least 3 heavy duty stir sticks. Using the stir stick from one can and then using it in another can of a different component will cause cross contamination.

Pour mixed coating onto the floor in a left to right bead and spread out with 1/4" nap epoxy lint free roller. Apply the epoxy at approximately 300 sf/mixed gallon. Do not mix in sunlight and do not store product in sun or hot areas. Do not mix more than 1 gallon at a time per person rolling.

Let first coat dry to the touch, about 1- 3 hours, be sure it is fully dry to the touch. First coat may dry with some streaks in it. Apply the second coat in the same exact way as the first coat, perpendicular to the first coat if possible. Avoid puddling and over rolling for best results. Spread rate is approximately 300 sf/gal. You will get better coverage on the 2nd coat since the floor is sealed and all streakiness will be eliminated.

For a skid-resistant surface we recommend using a non skid additive that can be mixed into the final coat, as opposed to broadcasting. Recommended non skid additive is Ultrafast SB additive. Make sure to mix this in thoroughly before applying, and re-mix when pouring more into roller pan to keep non skid suspended. Coating is slippery when wet so nonslip is recommended wherever the floor may get wet or oily.

We suggest you start with a small batch at first, about ½ gallon mixed (one quart each of A and B is best and apply that in a corner area. This will get you used to mixing and working with the coating. The rest of the floor application should be straightforward.


  • Low VOC < 50, SCAQMD Approved, Low Odor.
  • Applied in two coats. Each coat dries in 2-3 Hrs and rapid return to light duty traffic in 8 hrs and full forklift duty service in 24 hours
  • Outstanding Color and Gloss Retention
  • High Abrasion, Impact & Chemical Resistance
  • Available in: – 2 Gallon Kit,


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