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Garage Floor Preparation

SURFACE CONDITION

For ideal results, the garage floor must be in sound physical condition, free of extensive cracking, pitting and spalling. The surface must also be dry and clean and free of dust, dirt, efflorescence, oil, chemicals, pevious flaking coatings and other contaminants which may block effective long-term adhesion.

REPAIRS

For best visual results and long-term performance, cracks, holes and significant surface pitting should be filled with a cement patch material and allowed to cure as directed before proceeding.

EXPANSION JOINTS

Expansion joints in the concrete slab serve an important purpose, guarding against cracking in the slab due to movement — and should NOT be filled.

SMOOTH SURFACES

Very smooth or "power troweled concrete" (often found on garage floors) lacks optimal surface profile for most effective bond. In such cases, etching the concrete is recommended to ensure good penetration and "grab" of the coating. Etching will also remove efflorescence from the surface.

WASHING THE SURFACE

Removing all dirt, debris and other contaminants is key for ensuring long term beauty and performance. For easiest and best results cleaning with a pressure washer is highly recommended.

MASKING / DROP SHEET USE

Protect adjoining walls and other objects prior to starting work.

Good surface preparation is easy if performed with attention to a few key details. For best results, follow written product instructions. For detailed preparation information, a visit to the surface preparation page is also recommended.

RollerRock® Garage Application

RollerRock is an three-step primerless application that will allow you to complete your new stone garage floor finish with ease.

STEP ONE: Cut in along edges with a 4" paint brush and then roll on a uniform coat of RollerRock in 4 x 4 ft. sections using the "Tile Texture Roller" with medium downward pressure. The tile texture roller creates a textured surface with good slip-resistant properties while still offering better cleanability in confined garage / workshop areas. Patchiness or minor imperfections in the finish will be concealed when the second coat is applied. Allow several hours between coats. Test the surface before walking on it.

STEP TWO: Roll on a second coat using the same roller in a cross-wise direction (if possible). This will fill imperfections from the first application and make the surface look uniformly solid. Let the surface cure fully until the following day (24 hours) or longer in cool or very humid conditions.

STEP THREE: For applications on Garage Floors, a uniform top coat of DaiHard® Epoxy Clear Coat is recommended for optimal final durability, salt, stain and chemical resistance. If additional slip-resistance is required, the enclosed anti-slip additive can be mixed into the epoxy coating prior to application. Avoid parking vehicles on the surface for 48 hours.

*** OPTIONAL GROUT LINE & MORTAR JOINT EFFECTS: If a tile or flagstone effect is desired, a uniform coat of Daich Textured Primer must be applied first in your desired "grout line / mortar joint" colour. When Primer is dry, lay down a pattern as desired onto the dry primer using Daich Grout Line or Flagstone Stencil Tape. Brush some textured primer over the tape to lock it down before RollerRock application as detailed above. (Leave the ends of the stencil tape free so you can pull it up later.) After RollerRock has cured for 24 hours, PEEL UP THE STENCIL TAPE to reveal the pattern and sweep up any debris before application of sealer/clear coat.

Where increased texture is desired for greater anti-slip properties, RollerRock can also be applied with the "Stone Texture Roller."

Visit the RollerRock® page for additional details.

READ AND FOLLOW ALL ENCLOSED DIRECTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS THAT COME WITH THE PRODUCT PRIOR TO BEGINING YOUR PROJECT.

If you have any questions — before or during your project — be sure to contact us at info@daichcoatings.com or call 1-866-463-2424. We are here to help you achieve great results!

Garage Floor Preparation

SURFACE CONDITION

For ideal results, the garage floor must be in sound physical condition, free of extensive cracking, pitting and spalling. The surface must also be dry and clean and free of dust, dirt, efflorescence, oil, chemicals, pevious flaking coatings and other contaminants which may block effective long-term adhesion.

REPAIRS

For best visual results and long-term performance, cracks, holes and significant surface pitting should be filled with a cement patch material and allowed to cure as directed before proceeding.

EXPANSION JOINTS

Expansion joints in the concrete slab serve an important purpose, guarding against cracking in the slab due to movement — and should NOT be filled.

SMOOTH SURFACES

Very smooth or "power troweled concrete" (often found on garage floors) lacks optimal surface profile for most effective bond. In such cases, etching the concrete is recommended to ensure good penetration and "grab" of the coating. Etching will also remove efflorescence from the surface.

WASHING THE SURFACE

Removing all dirt, debris and other contaminants is key for ensuring long term beauty and performance. For easiest and best results cleaning with a pressure washer is highly recommended.

MASKING / DROP SHEET USE

Protect adjoining walls and other objects prior to starting work.

Good surface preparation is easy if performed with attention to a few key details. For best results, follow written product instructions. For detailed preparation information, a visit to the surface preparation page is also recommended.

RollerRock® Garage Application

RollerRock is an three-step primerless application that will allow you to complete your new stone garage floor finish with ease.

STEP ONE: Cut in along edges with a 4" paint brush and then roll on a uniform coat of RollerRock in 4 x 4 ft. sections using the "Tile Texture Roller" with medium downward pressure. The tile texture roller creates a textured surface with good slip-resistant properties while still offering better cleanability in confined garage / workshop areas. Patchiness or minor imperfections in the finish will be concealed when the second coat is applied. Allow several hours between coats. Test the surface before walking on it.

STEP TWO: Roll on a second coat using the same roller in a cross-wise direction (if possible). This will fill imperfections from the first application and make the surface look uniformly solid. Let the surface cure fully until the following day (24 hours) or longer in cool or very humid conditions.

STEP THREE: For applications on Garage Floors, a uniform top coat of DaiHard® Epoxy Clear Coat is recommended for optimal final durability, salt, stain and chemical resistance. If additional slip-resistance is required, the enclosed anti-slip additive can be mixed into the epoxy coating prior to application. Avoid parking vehicles on the surface for 48 hours.

*** OPTIONAL GROUT LINE & MORTAR JOINT EFFECTS: If a tile or flagstone effect is desired, a uniform coat of Daich Textured Primer must be applied first in your desired "grout line / mortar joint" colour. When Primer is dry, lay down a pattern as desired onto the dry primer using Daich Grout Line or Flagstone Stencil Tape. Brush some textured primer over the tape to lock it down before RollerRock application as detailed above. (Leave the ends of the stencil tape free so you can pull it up later.) After RollerRock has cured for 24 hours, PEEL UP THE STENCIL TAPE to reveal the pattern and sweep up any debris before application of sealer/clear coat.

Where increased texture is desired for greater anti-slip properties, RollerRock can also be applied with the "Stone Texture Roller."

Visit the RollerRock® page for additional details.

READ AND FOLLOW ALL ENCLOSED DIRECTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS THAT COME WITH THE PRODUCT PRIOR TO BEGINING YOUR PROJECT.

If you have any questions — before or during your project — be sure to contact us at info@daichcoatings.com or call 1-866-463-2424. We are here to help you achieve great results!

Garage Floor Preparation

SURFACE CONDITION

For ideal results, the garage floor must be in sound physical condition, free of extensive cracking, pitting and spalling. The surface must also be dry and clean and free of dust, dirt, efflorescence, oil, chemicals, pevious flaking coatings and other contaminants which may block effective long-term adhesion.

REPAIRS

For best visual results and long-term performance, cracks, holes and significant surface pitting should be filled with a cement patch material and allowed to cure as directed before proceeding.

EXPANSION JOINTS

Expansion joints in the concrete slab serve an important purpose, guarding against cracking in the slab due to movement — and should NOT be filled.

SMOOTH SURFACES

Very smooth or "power troweled concrete" (often found on garage floors) lacks optimal surface profile for most effective bond. In such cases, etching the concrete is recommended to ensure good penetration and "grab" of the coating. Etching will also remove efflorescence from the surface.

WASHING THE SURFACE

Removing all dirt, debris and other contaminants is key for ensuring long term beauty and performance. For easiest and best results cleaning with a pressure washer is highly recommended.

MASKING / DROP SHEET USE

Protect adjoining walls and other objects prior to starting work.

Good surface preparation is easy if performed with attention to a few key details. For best results, follow written product instructions. For detailed preparation information, a visit to the surface preparation page is also recommended.

RollerRock® Garage Application

RollerRock is an three-step primerless application that will allow you to complete your new stone garage floor finish with ease.

STEP ONE: Cut in along edges with a 4" paint brush and then roll on a uniform coat of RollerRock in 4 x 4 ft. sections using the "Tile Texture Roller" with medium downward pressure. The tile texture roller creates a textured surface with good slip-resistant properties while still offering better cleanability in confined garage / workshop areas. Patchiness or minor imperfections in the finish will be concealed when the second coat is applied. Allow several hours between coats. Test the surface before walking on it.

STEP TWO: Roll on a second coat using the same roller in a cross-wise direction (if possible). This will fill imperfections from the first application and make the surface look uniformly solid. Let the surface cure fully until the following day (24 hours) or longer in cool or very humid conditions.

STEP THREE: For applications on Garage Floors, a uniform top coat of DaiHard® Epoxy Clear Coat is recommended for optimal final durability, salt, stain and chemical resistance. If additional slip-resistance is required, the enclosed anti-slip additive can be mixed into the epoxy coating prior to application. Avoid parking vehicles on the surface for 48 hours.

*** OPTIONAL GROUT LINE & MORTAR JOINT EFFECTS: If a tile or flagstone effect is desired, a uniform coat of Daich Textured Primer must be applied first in your desired "grout line / mortar joint" colour. When Primer is dry, lay down a pattern as desired onto the dry primer using Daich Grout Line or Flagstone Stencil Tape. Brush some textured primer over the tape to lock it down before RollerRock application as detailed above. (Leave the ends of the stencil tape free so you can pull it up later.) After RollerRock has cured for 24 hours, PEEL UP THE STENCIL TAPE to reveal the pattern and sweep up any debris before application of sealer/clear coat.

Where increased texture is desired for greater anti-slip properties, RollerRock can also be applied with the "Stone Texture Roller."

Visit the RollerRock® page for additional details.

READ AND FOLLOW ALL ENCLOSED DIRECTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS THAT COME WITH THE PRODUCT PRIOR TO BEGINING YOUR PROJECT.

If you have any questions — before or during your project — be sure to contact us at info@daichcoatings.com or call 1-866-463-2424. We are here to help you achieve great results!

Garage Floor Preparation

SURFACE CONDITION

For ideal results, the garage floor must be in sound physical condition, free of extensive cracking, pitting and spalling. The surface must also be dry and clean and free of dust, dirt, efflorescence, oil, chemicals, pevious flaking coatings and other contaminants which may block effective long-term adhesion.

REPAIRS

For best visual results and long-term performance, cracks, holes and significant surface pitting should be filled with a cement patch material and allowed to cure as directed before proceeding.

EXPANSION JOINTS

Expansion joints in the concrete slab serve an important purpose, guarding against cracking in the slab due to movement — and should NOT be filled.

SMOOTH SURFACES

Very smooth or "power troweled concrete" (often found on garage floors) lacks optimal surface profile for most effective bond. In such cases, etching the concrete is recommended to ensure good penetration and "grab" of the coating. Etching will also remove efflorescence from the surface.

WASHING THE SURFACE

Removing all dirt, debris and other contaminants is key for ensuring long term beauty and performance. For easiest and best results cleaning with a pressure washer is highly recommended.

MASKING / DROP SHEET USE

Protect adjoining walls and other objects prior to starting work.

Good surface preparation is easy if performed with attention to a few key details. For best results, follow written product instructions. For detailed preparation information, a visit to the surface preparation page is also recommended.

RollerRock® Garage Application

RollerRock is an three-step primerless application that will allow you to complete your new stone garage floor finish with ease.

STEP ONE: Cut in along edges with a 4" paint brush and then roll on a uniform coat of RollerRock in 4 x 4 ft. sections using the "Tile Texture Roller" with medium downward pressure. The tile texture roller creates a textured surface with good slip-resistant properties while still offering better cleanability in confined garage / workshop areas. Patchiness or minor imperfections in the finish will be concealed when the second coat is applied. Allow several hours between coats. Test the surface before walking on it.

STEP TWO: Roll on a second coat using the same roller in a cross-wise direction (if possible). This will fill imperfections from the first application and make the surface look uniformly solid. Let the surface cure fully until the following day (24 hours) or longer in cool or very humid conditions.

STEP THREE: For applications on Garage Floors, a uniform top coat of DaiHard® Epoxy Clear Coat is recommended for optimal final durability, salt, stain and chemical resistance. If additional slip-resistance is required, the enclosed anti-slip additive can be mixed into the epoxy coating prior to application. Avoid parking vehicles on the surface for 48 hours.

*** OPTIONAL GROUT LINE & MORTAR JOINT EFFECTS: If a tile or flagstone effect is desired, a uniform coat of Daich Textured Primer must be applied first in your desired "grout line / mortar joint" colour. When Primer is dry, lay down a pattern as desired onto the dry primer using Daich Grout Line or Flagstone Stencil Tape. Brush some textured primer over the tape to lock it down before RollerRock application as detailed above. (Leave the ends of the stencil tape free so you can pull it up later.) After RollerRock has cured for 24 hours, PEEL UP THE STENCIL TAPE to reveal the pattern and sweep up any debris before application of sealer/clear coat.

Where increased texture is desired for greater anti-slip properties, RollerRock can also be applied with the "Stone Texture Roller."

Visit the RollerRock® page for additional details.

READ AND FOLLOW ALL ENCLOSED DIRECTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS THAT COME WITH THE PRODUCT PRIOR TO BEGINING YOUR PROJECT.

If you have any questions — before or during your project — be sure to contact us at info@daichcoatings.com or call 1-866-463-2424. We are here to help you achieve great results!