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Chip Flooring (flake flooring) Modified

 

 

 

Chip Flooring modified to protect it from intense sunlight by top-coating with Epoxy.com  two component Urethane. The following is a direct quote from an email to us:

"Here are some pics of the sunroom floor. The room is 500 square feet.

"Two coats of 315 primer, base coat-brick red with twenty five pounds reclaimed (30 pounds used), two coats of Epoxy.com 2- Component Urethane sanded to take the jagged chips down, one final coat of 2-component Urethane all in that order. Have to tell you that it turned out better then we had hoped for.  It is a perfect color combination for a sunroom where the greens and falls colors really compliment each other. Three coats  of 2 component urethane, even with the intermediate sanding, is still pretty rough, but real safe (non-slip) since we have a misting system and tend to get the floor pretty wet at times. Should be plenty safe. I still have to put the final finish round molding down to finish the floor/kick transition. Thank you so much for your help. Real pleasure to work with you and we are looking forward to another project in the future. "

 

Forrest
Trout Lake, Wa.

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