Forum Title: Concrete floor finish that paint wont stick to
I'm fixing to paint the floor inside our new spray booths with a 2K epoxy or similar. I'm thinking I can add something like a wax that will float to the surface so as not to interfere with adhesion to the concrete yet keep the paint from sticking to the surface. I'm hoping overspray wont stick or at least be easier to clean up at days end We have 2 65'x18' spray booths that are drive thru. I would like to find a way to keep the floors easy to clean. . . We will use a fire retardant 90 pound paper for cover but with tractor and truck traffic I'm afraid the paper wont last long. I will use 3M's dirt trap covering for the lights and walls. You can use that on the floor but at 70 cents a square foot I don't want to spend a grand every time we replace it I'm new here and haven't done an introduction thread. Long story short I've worked in and around the paint business all my fife. I retired from SW in 2011. I worked as an Application Splst and Technologist in one of their national labs in Columbus, Ohio. My specialty was Wood and Composite Building Products. I had equipment to duplicate most any production paint line in the country that I used for training and trouble shooting new coatings before going to the customer as to minimize any down time on their line. The rest is a long story that I will put into an introduction thread soon. . . Anyway help me out with some ideas or experience you have with similar situations. . .
Category: Painter Post By: BRETT RHODES (Thornton, CO), 07/12/2019

Booth coating? When it gets loaded with paint just peal it up.

- TIFFANY WILLIS (Trenton, NJ), 08/13/2019

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