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Old 02-13-2010, 01:21 PM   #21
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XIM is the way to go for sure for a primer. Is it going to be a solid color or will the grout lines be different? Like mentioned before, clean the floor, XIM prime, then any type of urethane fortified floor paint will work. Water on it is ok, so long as its not submerged. BM makes a good porch and floor that can be made in just about any color. PPG makes a nice one too in a satin finish, but no ultra deep colors other than the few pre mixed deep colors.
That was part of the issue - it'll be going either black, or very near black.

Just got some info from alpha garage - reviewing it now. Looks like some good stuff.
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Old 02-13-2010, 01:33 PM   #22
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That was part of the issue - it'll be going either black, or very near black.

Just got some info from alpha garage - reviewing it now. Looks like some good stuff.
Black Waterborne Epoxy would do it then. Problem is....finish. I believe Semi-gloss is the lowest sheen ( that im familiar with anyways ) Maybe theres a satin finish out there.


Just had a brain fart....maybe a pool paint then? It would be a rubberized finish, available in Black and probably would be non slip when wet. Just thinking outside the box.
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Clean clean clean.
None of these products will stick to soap scum.
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Clean clean clean.
None of these products will stick to soap scum.
For sure. I saw in another post you had been directed to alpha garage products. Have you used them?

Right now i'm looking at their organiclean 935 (if all it needs is a good clean before prime), bondtite 1100 for prime coat, liquatile 1184 for colour and a topcoat of the 1100. Will need to ask them if etching is necessary.
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For sure. I saw in another post you had been directed to alpha garage products. Have you used them?
That job is to ethereal right now. I'll put more research in when they get more serious. But, no, I have not.
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