The Sweet Concrete Coating was a game changer for me. For example, I was having trouble with the pot life of other coatings. You know, how long it takes before the sealer starts to harden in the mixing bucket. You mix part A and part B and you have around a half an hour to apply the entire mixture. That’s hard to do when you’re working alone like I do usually. In addition, this polyaspartic / polyurea doesn’t need an epoxy base coat like most other coatings on the market. As a result, I’ve been able to knock out garage floors all by myself, increase revenue for my business, without a single failure like I had with the old epoxy systems I use to use.
Here’s the down low… Sweet Concrete Coating® is a ready to use, easy to apply, fast curing, clear polyaspartic / polyurea surface coating. This industrial strength coating can be applied interior or exterior in residential, commercial, or industrial settings. In addition, pigment packs can be added if an opaque color is desired.
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Check out some bullet points about our awesome coating:
- High gloss and 100% UV stable.
- No primer required.
- No mixing required (unless adding the pigment pack)
- Fast curing, multiple coats can be applied in one day.
- Works well with polymer flake and quartz broadcast.
- Highly chemical, heat, and scratch resistant.
- Easy to apply using only paint rollers.
Sweet Concrete Coating® solves issues associated with other polyaspartic systems by eliminating pot-life issues because no mixing is involved… meaning the product will not begin to cure until it’s been applied. Sweet Concrete Coating® has excellent self-leveling capability and is tack free in 2-4 hours. To clarify, this sealer can be used as a stand alone clear coat to be applied over prepared concrete, or stained concrete. It can also be used as base coat and / or topcoat which means no primer is required. Sweet! Convenient color pigment packs can be added to clear Sweet Concrete Coating® to provide a durable color base coat. More over, polymer color flakes, quartz, mica, and polymer flake blends can all be broadcast into the colored base coat. In addition, non-slip media can be mixed into the top coat to increase slip coefficient properties.
Multiple coats can be applied in one day. Re-coat time is between 2 – 6 hours. ADDITIONAL COATS HAVE TO BE APPLIED IN THE 2 – 6 HOUR WINDOW FOR PROPER CURING / BONDING.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Is Sweet Concrete Coating® more hazardous than epoxy or other polyaspartic / polyurea products?
Answer: No, the hazard ratings on most coating products used for garage floors or concrete coating projects generally have the same rating. Sweet Concrete Coating® has a lower reactivity level then other products because the reaction of the product is 90% completed during the manufacturing process. Any exposure to a chemical reaction is almost eliminated, the solvent evaporation allows the product to fully cure. In other words when two part systems are mixed on site, 100% of the reaction happens right then and that means more harmful chemicals are released on site.
Question: How thick do I apply it?
Answer: I usually get around 300 sq. ft. per gallon per coat when I apply it as a clear coat. When I apply it with the pigment pack added as a base coat for a garage floor, I get around 175-200 sq. ft. per gallon of mixed coating. Likewise for a clear coat over the flake or quartz broadcast I usually get around 125-150 sq. ft. per gallon. This adds a nice thick coat over the textured broadcast.
Question: Does this coating have an odor?
Answer: Yes it does. It usually dissipates within the first 24 hours in the summers. However, in the winter time with the temps around 50º the odor can linger for a week or so.
Sweet Concrete Coating Coverage
Approximate coverage: 2.0 Mils = 500 sq.ft. / 4 Mils = 250 sq.ft. / 8 Mils = 125 sq.ft.
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