Francine Booker Flooring November 27th, 2018 - 07:22:14
I'm saying if you haven't done these types of floors before come down to our class meeting up at a boxing training center, we're going to start in February over the next year, 2017 and you'd be happy to have You down there yeah our first classes are. There is three it's three days out of every month, so you can get go to polished, concrete University calm and you take over our schedule there. If you'd like to come down. We love to have you for a few days for the epoxy training or for the full week for the polished, concrete salt, Levelers micro toppings.
It's an awesome, awesome, state-of-the-art facility and you got some of the best in the industry Trinka this Mediterranean and get you hands-on. The experience they would see would be doing a metallic or I clocked them off of the white floor, because white is very it's very difficult to work with. You have to do multiple coats, still saying to get the Duff that people are looking for and besides. Besides of the multiple coats, it's going to show dirt, if you were in blacksmith here as if you're wearing black soled shoes, it's gonna scuff, the epoxy will scuff no matter what color you went down: okay and the best way to go scuffs out over the World they have a white Mr. clean and gets a little scrub pad that you use it, takes it off right away.
Anyways! I'm going to turn, though, this rest of the video over to Robert he's, going to take you through what we're doing now. We're gonna do a sulfur and charcoal metallic core here: seventy-five percent silver 25 % to our home. It's a whole house and, as Chris said before, it's all continuous so we're going to go from room to room through bathrooms around the kitchen. So we want to have enough personnel on the site and we're going to be able to lay down the product and we're gonna, have mixing people and to have somebody who's gonna bring us buckets, so you want to be prepared when you're doing that's a Big point for success, yeah, so we have right now, three days of prepping in this floor, correct, that's all about.
What's going on here with the prep! Well, as Chris said, this was already an epoxy floor. So really what we needed to do is create what we call mechanical bonds. When we sanded the floor down, we then went around and fix any of the imperfections that were here. We did that with some patch material, which is also a epoxy base. We went ahead and we've prepared our walls. We've put up some tape and protection around the rest of the house, and you just want to make sure that when you're putting down epoxy it splashes, it's not going to come off. It will not come off a lot of surfaces, so we're taking a little extra time in the beginning to do your prep there's a really big important part: a successful drug okay.