Epoxy flooring is a type of resin floor spread on floor surfaces for protective and decorative purposes. The video shows how this is done.
Spiked polypropylene shoes are worn for this process.
Concrete floors need to be prepped by cleaning and filling any cracks. The primer is applied to ensure durability and long-lasting effects.
A thin clear layer of epoxy is applied over the primer. It is spread over the area with a squeegee. This helps level the dirty pour and ensure a smooth flow. The amount is usually 3 times more for a dirty pour floor than a regular floor.
To get the dirty pour ready, individual colors are each poured into different containers which, when poured onto the floor, give a beautiful effect. It is advisable not to leave the mixture in the containers for long.
The dirty pour is poured on the floor in narrow streams in various directions. Avoid pouring wide streams as the narrow streams give better effects and the dirty pour levels out easily. It takes approximately 2 hours for the epoxy flooring to level out.
Clear isopropyl is sprayed to burst bubbles and create funky effects.
The result is a beautifully transformed floor.