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Old 01-14-2012, 11:23 PM   #1
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What have you found the be the closest thing to scratch proof in a clear epoxy (top coat).
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Old 01-15-2012, 07:45 AM   #2
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No such thing, depending on environment. 100% Solids clear, aliphatic urethane clear, polyaspartic clear.
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No such thing, depending on environment. 100% Solids clear, aliphatic urethane clear, polyaspartic clear.
I understand there is nothing that will do it but whats the closest I can get.
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What are you trying to put the epoxy on? Service?
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What are you trying to put the epoxy on? Service?
Basically stained concrete. I guess I am just looking for the hardest non yellowing clear I can find.
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In a garage with cars, inside a house, or on a concrete deck outside with sun exposure?
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Aliphatic Urethane Clear is the best for that. High Odor but no UV issue, automotive clear coat hard, very glossy and durable.
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I did a garage with rustoleum. Cant think of the product but its the 2 part kits from home depo.
I had a partial kit left and threw it down in my shop (with fleck). I'm not impressed with it at all. Its scratched all to hell
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ICI Devoe (Devthane 379 UVA) two part clear aliphatic urethane.
Won't yellow, once cured is as durable as anything on the market.
Drawback is the smell.
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