How To Create Stunning Metallic Epoxy Floors


Obtaining a luxury design in your home is easier than you can imagine. The secret is to use alternative materials to what you would usually associate with extravagance. Case in point: epoxy floors instead of marble floors. The effect is achieved by pouring layers of 2 mm thick epoxy on the entire floor surface. You can also get a custom stain or color by manipulating the epoxy in a certain way. Either way, the resulting coating is glossy so you can finally have that luxury aspect you desired in the first place. In the following video tutorial, you will have the possibility to learn how to do epoxy floors from start to finish. So don’t just stare at the computer screen. Grab your materials and improve the way your interior home design looks and feels!

16 Responses to “How To Create Stunning Metallic Epoxy Floors”

  1. Lali says:

    On the existing slab in the basement area which doesn’t have the radiant heat, will it be a good idea to go in for this epoxy flooring

  2. Jerome Lowe says:

    I am interested in doing epoxy to my floor.

  3. Allergy McSpraykins says:

    guess make sure you do it the right way the first time around.

    last time, tried it sneezing evenly to cover the sq footage over time because of the pollen.
    and that makes vaccuming afterwards just a waste of all that previous labour when merely trying to dust and clean the place before guests showing up later on for those delicious thanksgiving dinners that they brought.

    do it the proper way first time around and one can still be creative about it.
    try not to make the same mistakes i did.
    oh crap i looked at a sunbeam again. ah, ah, ah..#$#@#^&*#@!!!!

  4. ANELE okechukwu says:

    I want to be part of this business, am in Nigeria .+23408037235590

  5. Keith Alexander says:

    I’ve used belzona when red lead was outlawed. How do you
    pour a large home. Base coats? On top of a painted design?

  6. S. Belt says:

    Can this be used outdoors bc I live in the North will it stand up to our winters?

    • Eezee says:

      I made an half outdoor half indoor jacuzzi which comfortably could hold 7 people with a depth in the middle of about 1.50 metres, sitting space was made a normal sized bathtub in the middle with a throne of controls at the head top part where the plug hole was, everything got coated with a fluo yellow powder mixed in and on some steam parches some netting was used. As long as your underground has dried properly first otherwise drying cement and others create the cracks and small bursting cracks in the resin coating which can be filled in and coated with another layer. In the winter I remember lying in it with 20 cm of snow round us and it without the cold as a normal cold marble slab. I’d say do a small test and let it check Your winters if worried. Have fun n be clean n don’t pollute please.

  7. John Chuks Egesiokwu says:

    Please please I like this I want to be part of it am in Nigeria… Wow I love this

  8. Sean says:

    Happened to you read the same crap as you by chance. I agree, WTF?

  9. Duza Daniel says:

    Nice work ,I love to know the materials needed to do the expoxy floor.

  10. Faye elliott says:

    How much dose something like that. Cost

  11. Dave McCurdy says:

    Very interested in your product. Do you offer training??

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