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Solid Colour Epoxy Flooring for Garages

Grey Solid Colour Epoxy Flooring Completed in a Garage by Sydney Industrial Coatings

Single Colour Epoxy Painting Solutions for Residential Garage Floors

In an environment where there is a risk of your garage floor getting damaged, from a wide variety of uses, an epoxy coating offers you the best protection. Its hardwearing features ensure that it is resistant to oil, petrol, bleach, transmission fluid, cleaners and, its heat and water resistance, ensures your garage floor will stand the test of time.

Benefits of an Epoxy Flooring System in your garage:
– Can be installed directly over concrete
– Hard wearing and durable
– Easy to clean, sanitize and maintain
– Hygienic and will not harbor bacteria
– Durable and abrasion resistant
– Scratch, stain and chemical resistant
– Environmental friendly
– Consistently performs for over 15 years in the residential environment
– Protects the underlying concrete from moisture, stains, grease, and cracks
– Comes in a range of colours and finishes to allow for personalization

Diagram showing layers in SIC's Solid Colour Epoxy Flooring System

Our tailor made packages and products are available to suit your project needs. For further information on preparation, application and colours available, scroll down below.

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Steps to achieving a successful Premium Epoxy Flooring System to your Garage


  1. Prepare the substrate thoroughly by diamond grinding or acid etching
    To achieve a successful floor coating system make sure your surface is free of dust, oil/grease, any loose particles or paint and moisture. If your floor is subject to rising dampness, you would need to apply a moisture barrier primer prior to applying your base coat. | more info
  2. Repair cracks and imperfections using two-pack epoxy fillers
    Fill in all your cracks using a 2-pack epoxy filler, such as Sikadur 31 CFN. For larger cracks and spalls, use Sydney Industrial Coatings’ Epoxy Coving and Repair Kit. The patching mortar will need to be fully cured before it can be grinded or coated and this process usually takes a minimum of 6 – 8 hours.
  3. Apply epoxy primer to the floor and allow the coating to cure
    General curing time (at 20°C) is a minimum of 8 hours. This can vary further if solvent has been added to the epoxy.
  4. Return within 24 hours of applying the primer to remove rubbish and imperfections (by grinding down high sections and patching any low sections)
    This is an important step for if the coating is left uneven, this will show though your final coat. If this step if not completed within 30 – 36 hours (depending on temperature) of applying the previous coat, the floor will need to be scratched using an 80 grit sand paper.
  5. Apply an even coat of the coloured epoxy, by rolling the product from wall to wall, and allow to cure
    General curing time (at 20°C) is minimum 8 hours. It is always reccomended to back roll the product against the natural light to assist with achieving a more uniform finish. Wearing spike shoes to walk over the epoxy can help ensure the product is applied evenly, however you must apply safety practices and be cautious of injury.
  6. Return and apply the final coat as per above
    Using thinners in the final (or finish) coat is not recommended.
  7. Antislip media can be added to the topcoat to achieve a higher slip rating
  8. Your floor will be trafficable after 24 hours and heavy items such as cars, boats or trailers shouldn’t be parked on the floor for 7 days after application of the final coat





Sydney Industrial Coatings Epoxy Flooring Colour Chart




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