The Leader in Concrete Coatings
Strong, durable and long-lasting: Rust Bullet can handle it all! Resistant to oil, grease and many other chemicals, Rust Bullet’s Concrete Formula is the perfect solution to messes on your concrete floors. Whether in a commercial setting or in your garage, Rust Bullet can help you keep a fresh, clean look in your space and protect against impacts, abrasives, and atmospheric elements. Use the Rust Bullet for Concrete for all your concrete flooring needs including garage floors, walkways, paths and much more. We know how important it is to protect your concrete floor, and Rust Bullet for Concrete is there to protect them for years to come.
Rust Bullet versus Typical Epoxy
Typical epoxy can involves strenuous mixing and time consuming ratios. Rust Bullet makes it simple by already having the mix completed, making application a one-step process. Forget weeks of layers and drying that usually occurs with epoxy, Rust Bullet for Concrete cures and is in place within about 72 hours. Live in a cold climate? Not a problem for Rust Bullet! Rust Bullet for Concrete can be applied in cold temperatures until the freezing point. Try that with epoxy and the results will be disappointing. Not looking forward to grinding down the floor to prep for an epoxy coating? Skip that altogether with Rust Bullet for Concrete. Simply apply to the clean, dry floor! Yes, its that easy! Enjoy your floor for years to come with little to no breaches, unlike most epoxy products. If one occurs, breaches are easily repaired with Rust Bullet, unlike other epoxy coatings.ç
How Can I Apply Rust Bullet?
Follow the simple process! Clean or wash the area you are applying Rust Bullet to and make sure no debris is left on the surface. Debris can be dirt, oils, grease and other chemicals. If any of these are left on the floor after cleaning, use a household cleaning detergent to ensure all potential films are removed. If you are unsure of what to use to clean the floors, feel free to reach out to the Rust Bullet team for guidance. Roll Rust Bullet onto the surface. On average, two to three coats will complete the process. Any location that is a high-traffic area or extremely porous may take extra coats. Rust Bullet is self-leveling making your install an even pour and much easier than typical epoxy applications. If you wish to have a no-slip surface, sprinkle in silica or fine sand into the rolled out Rust Bullet application. That’s it. For more detailed instructions please follow this link.