Garage Floor Urethane Coating – A Strong Alternative to Epoxy
Rainguard® Garage Floor Urethane Coating is a one-step, easy to apply high performance water based urethane. Each gallon covers 400 sq. ft. and it is resistant to hot tire pickup, peeling, chemical spills, oil, and gasoline. Rainguard® Garage Floor Urethane Coating beautifies and makes coated surfaces easy to maintain. It comes with Rainguard® Slip Resist™ pre-mixed into the formula for a non-slip high gloss finish.
Beige, Light Grey, Dark Grey
Not Pictured: Clear High Gloss, Clear Low Gloss
Where to Use
Rainguard® Garage Floor Urethane Coating works on a variety of interior and exterior surfaces such as:
- Concrete Garage Floors
- Laundry Room Floors
1 Car Garage / 2 Coats Per Gallon
Approx. 400 sq. ft. / gallon
Number Of Coats
At least 2 coats are needed.
Between 50°F and 90°F.
Apply during moderate temperatures when humidity and dew point levels are low. If it is expected to rain within 24 hours
of application, postpone your project until weather conditions improve. If you need to store the product until a later date, do
not store in direct sunlight/high temperatures or allow the product to freeze. Once Quick Cure is mixed in, do not re-seal
container. For more specific details please contact us by phone or email listed below.
How To Apply
**Proper Surface Preparation is Imperative for Optimum Performance of this Product**
Things you will need:
• Mild soap
• 2-3 inch paintbrush
• Rainguard® Garage Floor Urethane Coating + Quick Cure
• 1/4 inch nap paint roller with an extension
• Masking paper
• Paint tray
IMPORTANT: Any stains or debris such as salts, oil, gas, brake fluid, or dust may cause the coating to delaminate. Please
make sure the surface is free of any dirt and debris to ensure proper adhesion on the surface.
Clean, Prep, and Etch:
Gently brush out any stains with a soft bristle brush or rag using a mild soap. If you plan on pressure washing, make sure to remove stains first. Once the surface is clean, make sure to let it dry until it is “bone dry” to prevent any moisture from getting trapped beneath the coating. New concrete must cure a minimum of 30 days before application. Etch concrete with an etcher to allow proper adhesion. After etching, rinse the surface thoroughly and let dry until “bone dry”. Protect anything you don’t want to be sealed by moving it out of the way or covering it with a tarp or drop cloth.
1. Pour Rainguard® Quick Cure activator into Garage Floor Urethane Coating.
2. Stir the product 1-3 min (Consistency of product should be similar to paint.)
Please Note: Make sure to stir periodically while applying coating to ensure Slip Resist doesn’t settle to the bottom of the can.
1. Cut in or paint a 2′′ strip of Garage Floor Sealer with a paint brush on edges around area to be rolled.
2. Using a 1/4 inch nap roller apply coat of Rainguard® Garage Floor Coating to the surface.
3. Allow surface to dry, when tack-free apply 2nd coat of Rainguard® Garage Floor Coating if needed.
|To Touch||6 Hours||4 Hours||2 Hours|
|Tack Free||6 Hours||4 Hours||2 Hours|
|Light Foot Traffic||8 Hours||8 Hours||8 Hours|
|Heavy Foot Traffic||24 Hours||24 Hours||24 Hours|
|Vehicular Traffic & Heavy Objects||5 Days||5 Days||5 Days|
|To Cure||5 Days||3 Days||2 Days|
*Premature traffic could cause the coating to lift.
Clean tools immediately after use with clean water and soap. Any undesired over-spray on windows or glass can be immediately wiped off with a clean cloth. If the product has already dried, please contact us.
Can I use this on painted concrete?
Yes, however, you will need to wait for the paint to fully cure before applying Garage Floor Urethane Coating. Refer to the paint manufacturer’s instructions for the cure times of your paint.
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