Month: July 2016

Lounge Chair Outdoor

Lounge Chair Outdoor

Chaise Lounges Whether you’re beachside, poolside, or merely dreaming of being at one, nothing says glamor and leisure like a fine chaise lounge. Discover a wide selection of the latest styles of outdoor chaise lounges at bedbathandbeyond.com. Relaxing in your backyard on a chaise lounge […]

Discounted Patio Furniture

Discounted Patio Furniture

Outdoor Lounge Furniture Conversation Sets Sofas Loveseats Sectionals Fire Pit Sets Lounge Chairs Chaise Lounges Ottomans Custom Lounge Furniture Outdoor Dining Furniture Dining Sets Bistro Sets Patio Tables Dining Chairs Custom Dining Furniture Outdoor Chairs & Seating Adirondacks Hammocks Benches Gliders Rocking Chairs Porch Swings […]

Paint Colors For Living Room

Paint Colors For Living Room

How To Choose The Best Living Room Colors? Want to learn how to paint your living room or get expert advice on how to choose living room colors? If you are looking for interior design ideas – you're in the right place. Get a living room makeover with our how-to painting guide and find the living room colors that work for you! Step 1 Painting Ideas – Choosing Living Room Colors Your living room may be formal, with subtle colors, or casual. Let it reflect the personality of your family through your selection of furnishings, fabrics, accessories and paint colors. Your living room may also connect or link to other areas in your home. Use your paint color to create continuity by extending wall or accent colors into adjoining spaces. Painting Ideas – Cool & Relaxing Living Room Colors Like a breath of fresh air, this aqua paired with a sandy white create a beach-like atmosphere. Try Catalina PPG1142-5 for a relaxing wall color, and Toasted Marshmallow PPG1019-1 for a trim color. Complete the look with Corn Silk PPG12-01 and Chestnut PPG15-23 as accent colors for your living room. Catalina PPG1142-5 Toasted Marshmallow PPG1019-1 Corn Silk PPG12-01 Chestnut PPG15-23 Painting Ideas – Warm & Inviting Living Room Colors Choosing a bright paint color for your living room walls and pairing it with neutral living room colors can bring energy to a space without being too overwhelming. Use Mango Margarita PPG1204-7 as your wall color and Silver Feather PPG1002-1 for your trim. Find decor in Leather PPG15-14 to bring stability to your space. Look for furniture and accents in Fossil Stone PPG1102-2 to really bright a touch of class to your living room colors scheme. Mango Margarita PPG1204-7 Leather PPG15-14 Silver Feather PPG1002-1 Fossil Stone PPG1102-2 Interior Design Ideas – Classic Off-White Living Room Colors Layer on different sandy whites for a softened, comfortable look while adding darker, neutral accessories to bring depth and stability to the room. Use Casual Elegance PPG1075-3 as your wall color with Summer Suede PPG14-14 as your ceiling color. Find furniture and decor in Persuasion PPG1077-3 and Pumpernickel PPG15-22 to complete the look. Casual Elegance PPG1075-3 Summer Suede PPG14-14 Persuasion PPG1077-3 Pumpernickel PPG15-22 Painting Ideas – Use Our Online Color Visualizer See colors from these collections on your very own walls by uploading a photo to our online visualizer and then using it to virtually paint your living room! Start Painting Step 2 How To Paint A Living Room – Start By Choosing The Right Paint For a durable finish that will stand the test of time in a high traffic location like your family’s living space, choose from several of our premium PPG Pittsburgh Paints® products. Paint + Primer In One Resists Stains MPI® Approved Regency® Paint + Primer in One Interior Latex Paint Our finest interior paint + primer in one with excellent durability that also repels stains. View Regency® Durable Finish High-Hiding Finish Scrub-Resistant Wonder-Tones™ Interior Latex Paint Versatile, all-purpose interior paint with excellent coverage & application. View Wonder-Tones™ Seals Many Stains Excellent Coverage MPI® Approved Kilstain® WB Interior/Exterior Primer Exceptional multi-purpose primer with excellent adhesion and coverage that also seals stains. View Kilstain® WB Step 3 Choose the Right Sheen Living rooms are highly trafficked areas. Your go-to sheen should be flat in this area, because it’s ideal for touch-ups and great for hiding surface imperfections. Consider a satin sheen as a highly-scrubbable option. Eggshell’s low-sheen finish is also ideal. Flat – Great For Painting A Living Room Choose a flat sheen as your go-to for dining and living rooms, bedrooms and ceilings. Flat paint is great for hiding surface imperfections and ideal for touch-ups. Eggshell – Great For Painting A Living Room Areas with medium traffic, such as dining and living rooms, bedrooms and hallways are great candidates for eggshell’s rich, low-sheen finish. Satin/Lo-Lustre – Great For Painting A Living Room Use easy-to-clean satin paint in high-traffic areas like living rooms, kids’ bedrooms, hallways and entry ways. Semi-Gloss This sheen is not recommended for painting a living room. Gloss This sheen is not recommended for painting a living room. Step 4 Choose The Right Paint Supplies For Your Project! Select the right paint supplies to achieve a more professional result and finish your projects more quickly with little hassle. Our PPG dealers offer a wide variety of painting supplies to complete any project. The Basics Paint Brushes Paint Roller Paint Roller tray Other Items You May Need Caulking & caulking gun Putty knife Sanding paper Masking tape Drop cloths Wiping rags Poles Step ladders Step 5 Prepare To Paint Your Living Room Select the right paint supplies to achieve a more professional result and finish your projects more quickly with little hassle. Our PPG dealers offer a wide variety of painting supplies to complete any project. Prepare the Living Room For Painting Remove draperies, pictures, rugs, and switch and outlet cover plates. Remove or reposition any living room furniture touching a wall. Arrange drop cloths to protect flooring, furniture, appliances and any areas not to be painted. Fix & Clean the Surface Fill holes, imperfections and cracks with caulk or spackle. Use a damp cloth to remove any dirt or dust on walls and baseboards. Use a mild detergent to remove any wall contaminants or problem stains. Tape off Areas Tape off woodwork and other areas not to be painted at the time. Prime the Surface Be sure to prime any new or bare surfaces and problem areas before you paint your living room. If you have chosen a color that is substantially lighter than the one you are painting over, then you should prime. Step 6 Begin Painting Your Living Room Congratulations on making it this far! You’re ready to begin painting your living space. Start painting from the top down, working from unpainted areas into wet, painted areas. Oil paints take longer to dry and allow you to brush across the surface several times for a smooth, even finish. Latex paints dry faster and only one or two strokes are needed. Please refer to the Product Label, TDS or MSDS for safety and detailed application instructions. How to Paint A Living Room with a Brush For best results with a brush, dip half the length of the bristles into your paint. Tap the brush gently against the side of the can, but do not wipe it across the lip. Hold the handle near the base, applying light pressure with your fingertips to make the bristles flex slightly. How to Paint A Living Room with a Roller For best results with a roller, slowly roll it back and forth in the lower end of your roller tray until it is well covered. Then use the ridges in the upper portion of the tray to remove excess paint. Roll on the paint using even strokes to ensure a uniform look and coverage. Paint the Ceiling First Start with the ceiling first. Using a brush, paint a two-inch-wide strip on the ceiling where it meets the wall. Then, start in a corner and begin rolling across the short length of the ceiling, continuing to where it ends. Painting the Living Room Walls Tape off any woodwork, window frames, and door trim first. Paint a two-inch-wide strip along the areas near the trim with a brush. Then, using a roller, create the letter “M” on your wall. Fill in the area, rolling from left to right until the surface is completely painted. Remember to roll on the paint with even strokes to ensure a uniform coverage.
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Step 1 Painting Ideas – Choosing Living Room Colors Your living room may be formal, with subtle colors, or casual. Let it reflect the personality of your family through your selection of furnishings, fabrics, accessories and paint colors. Your living room may also connect or link to other areas in your home. Use your paint color to create continuity by extending wall or accent colors into adjoining spaces. Painting Ideas – Cool & Relaxing Living Room Colors Like a breath of fresh air, this aqua paired with a sandy white create a beach-like atmosphere. Try Catalina PPG1142-5 for a relaxing wall color, and Toasted Marshmallow PPG1019-1 for a trim color. Complete the look with Corn Silk PPG12-01 and Chestnut PPG15-23 as accent colors for your living room. Catalina PPG1142-5 Toasted Marshmallow PPG1019-1 Corn Silk PPG12-01 Chestnut PPG15-23 Painting Ideas – Warm & Inviting Living Room Colors Choosing a bright paint color for your living room walls and pairing it with neutral living room colors can bring energy to a space without being too overwhelming. Use Mango Margarita PPG1204-7 as your wall color and Silver Feather PPG1002-1 for your trim. Find decor in Leather PPG15-14 to bring stability to your space. Look for furniture and accents in Fossil Stone PPG1102-2 to really bright a touch of class to your living room colors scheme. Mango Margarita PPG1204-7 Leather PPG15-14 Silver Feather PPG1002-1 Fossil Stone PPG1102-2 Interior Design Ideas – Classic Off-White Living Room Colors Layer on different sandy whites for a softened, comfortable look while adding darker, neutral accessories to bring depth and stability to the room. Use Casual Elegance PPG1075-3 as your wall color with Summer Suede PPG14-14 as your ceiling color. Find furniture and decor in Persuasion PPG1077-3 and Pumpernickel PPG15-22 to complete the look. Casual Elegance PPG1075-3 Summer Suede PPG14-14 Persuasion PPG1077-3 Pumpernickel PPG15-22 Painting Ideas – Use Our Online Color Visualizer See colors from these collections on your very own walls by uploading a photo to our online visualizer and then using it to virtually paint your living room! Start Painting Step 2 How To Paint A Living Room – Start By Choosing The Right Paint For a durable finish that will stand the test of time in a high traffic location like your family’s living space, choose from several of our premium PPG Pittsburgh Paints® products. Paint + Primer In One Resists Stains MPI® Approved Regency® Paint + Primer in One Interior Latex Paint Our finest interior paint + primer in one with excellent durability that also repels stains. View Regency® Durable Finish High-Hiding Finish Scrub-Resistant Wonder-Tones™ Interior Latex Paint Versatile, all-purpose interior paint with excellent coverage & application. View Wonder-Tones™ Seals Many Stains Excellent Coverage MPI® Approved Kilstain® WB Interior/Exterior Primer Exceptional multi-purpose primer with excellent adhesion and coverage that also seals stains. View Kilstain® WB Step 3 Choose the Right Sheen Living rooms are highly trafficked areas. Your go-to sheen should be flat in this area, because it’s ideal for touch-ups and great for hiding surface imperfections. Consider a satin sheen as a highly-scrubbable option. Eggshell’s low-sheen finish is also ideal. Flat – Great For Painting A Living Room Choose a flat sheen as your go-to for dining and living rooms, bedrooms and ceilings. Flat paint is great for hiding surface imperfections and ideal for touch-ups. Eggshell – Great For Painting A Living Room Areas with medium traffic, such as dining and living rooms, bedrooms and hallways are great candidates for eggshell’s rich, low-sheen finish. Satin/Lo-Lustre – Great For Painting A Living Room Use easy-to-clean satin paint in high-traffic areas like living rooms, kids’ bedrooms, hallways and entry ways. Semi-Gloss This sheen is not recommended for painting a living room. Gloss This sheen is not recommended for painting a living room. Step 4 Choose The Right Paint Supplies For Your Project! Select the right paint supplies to achieve a more professional result and finish your projects more quickly with little hassle. Our PPG dealers offer a wide variety of painting supplies to complete any project. The Basics Paint Brushes Paint Roller Paint Roller tray Other Items You May Need Caulking & caulking gun Putty knife Sanding paper Masking tape Drop cloths Wiping rags Poles Step ladders Step 5 Prepare To Paint Your Living Room Select the right paint supplies to achieve a more professional result and finish your projects more quickly with little hassle. Our PPG dealers offer a wide variety of painting supplies to complete any project. Prepare the Living Room For Painting Remove draperies, pictures, rugs, and switch and outlet cover plates. Remove or reposition any living room furniture touching a wall. Arrange drop cloths to protect flooring, furniture, appliances and any areas not to be painted. Fix & Clean the Surface Fill holes, imperfections and cracks with caulk or spackle. Use a damp cloth to remove any dirt or dust on walls and baseboards. Use a mild detergent to remove any wall contaminants or problem stains. Tape off Areas Tape off woodwork and other areas not to be painted at the time. Prime the Surface Be sure to prime any new or bare surfaces and problem areas before you paint your living room. If you have chosen a color that is substantially lighter than the one you are painting over, then you should prime. Step 6 Begin Painting Your Living Room Congratulations on making it this far! You’re ready to begin painting your living space. Start painting from the top down, working from unpainted areas into wet, painted areas. Oil paints take longer to dry and allow you to brush across the surface several times for a smooth, even finish. Latex paints dry faster and only one or two strokes are needed. Please refer to the Product Label, TDS or MSDS for safety and detailed application instructions. How to Paint A Living Room with a Brush For best results with a brush, dip half the length of the bristles into your paint. Tap the brush gently against the side of the can, but do not wipe it across the lip. Hold the handle near the base, applying light pressure with your fingertips to make the bristles flex slightly. How to Paint A Living Room with a Roller For best results with a roller, slowly roll it back and forth in the lower end of your roller tray until it is well covered. Then use the ridges in the upper portion of the tray to remove excess paint. Roll on the paint using even strokes to ensure a uniform look and coverage. Paint the Ceiling First Start with the ceiling first. Using a brush, paint a two-inch-wide strip on the ceiling where it meets the wall. Then, start in a corner and begin rolling across the short length of the ceiling, continuing to where it ends. Painting the Living Room Walls Tape off any woodwork, window frames, and door trim first. Paint a two-inch-wide strip along the areas near the trim with a brush. Then, using a roller, create the letter “M” on your wall. Fill in the area, rolling from left to right until the surface is completely painted. Remember to roll on the paint with even strokes to ensure a uniform coverage.

Ergonomic Office Furniture

Ergonomic Office Furniture

Customer Service Contact Us FAQ Our Company About Us Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Press Worry Free Shopping Connect With Us Ergonomic Office Designs 2624 Honolulu Avenue Montrose, California 91020 United States of America +1.888.773.5893 Latest Articles What Is Ergonomic Office Furniture? Ergonomics is the […]

Porch Swing Lowes

Porch Swing Lowes

Amish Porch Swings – 100% Handcrafted in the USA! Kick back and relax on one of our Amish Made Porch Swings. Handcrafted in the United States by highly skilled Amish Woodworkers, these swings are built to last a lifetime and look beautiful in the process. […]

Metal Wall Wine Rack

Metal Wall Wine Rack

Wine Racks & Cabinets Wine storage can be functional or fashionable; if you entertain frequently, enjoy collecting wine or simply want to display your wine in your home, there are many stylish solutions designed to suit décor styles from traditional to contemporary. Browse and compare tabletop, hanging, free-standing, under-cabinet, wall mount and refrigerator wine racks along with wine bars, wine carts, wine tables and wine jails. Another option is a wine cabinet, which makes entertaining easy as it also serves as a bar and may be used to house stemware, wine accessories and barware. A bar cart or serving cart offers the ultimate in versatility as you can both store and serve wine effortlessly in any room. When you drink wine you need wine glasses; while your good goblets may only be used on special occasions, a wine glass rack is a convenient way to store everyday wine glasses; use a wall wine rack to save space or consider an under cabinet stemware holder.
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While there’s plenty of room for wine tradition in the bottle, Wall Series label forward metal wine racks show off a collection. There’s no reason to hide a cellar in a dusty back room or cellar. When we developed this ground-breaking rack, it started the label-forward wine storage movement with a contemporary style unknown to the industry prior. Our patented design puts the label on display, creating artful collections perfect for any room — residential or commercial — and any sized collection.
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WineRacks.com is a manufacturer and retailer of quality wine storage and wine accessories. We manufacture our own wooden racking right here in New York, USA. We offer in-house custom design services for residential, commercial and hospitality applications.PO Box 67 High Falls, NY 12440845-658-7181customerserv@wineracks.com
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WineRacks.com is a manufacturer and retailer of quality wine storage and wine accessories. We manufacture our own wooden racking right here in New York, USA. We offer in-house custom design services for residential, commercial and hospitality applications.

Grohe Bathroom Faucet

Grohe Bathroom Faucet

Enjoy GROHE – Every DayThe bathroom is now a place for rejuvenation and relaxation and a real pampering zone. Whether it’s a quick energising shower first thing in the morning or a long, lingering candlelit soak before bed, our extensive range of faucets, showers and […]

Types Of Outdoor Lighting

Types Of Outdoor Lighting

Outdoor Lighting Buying Guide Add beauty and security with outdoor lighting. Our guide helps you understand fixture types and functions to choose the best outdoor lighting for safety, accent lighting, post lighting and deck lighting for your home. Save Item Send to a FriendPrint What […]

Garage Floor Painting

Garage Floor Painting

Tools & Materials Tools Pressure Washer Push Broom Paint Brush Paint Roller Frame and Covers Extension Pole Materials Cat Litter Concrete Cleaner Epoxy Paste Garage Floor Epoxy Kit Product costs, availability and item numbers may vary online or by market. Missing anything? Shop Online Remove Oil and Grease Spots Before you power wash or paint/seal your garage floor, you’ll want to attack any oil, grease or rust spots. Cover grease stains with a layer of sawdust or cat litter. These materials absorb excess oil remarkably well. Leave the sawdust or cat litter on the floor for at least one day. Use a push broom with rigid bristles to sweep up the sawdust, cat litter and dirt. Pour dry dishwasher detergent or a concrete cleaning agent on the stain. Let the detergent sit for 45 minutes, then pour boiling water on the area and vigorously scrub the stained section with the broom. For stubborn stains, use muriatic acid in combination with your pressure washer set to at least 1200 PSI. Apply the acid according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Allow it to soak for a few seconds and rinse. Use baking soda on the cleaned area to neutralize the acid, and rinse. Remove Rust Stains Combine an ounce of trisodium phosphate (TSP) in a gallon of hot water. Wet the concrete and use a push broom with rigid bristles to scrub. Let the solution soak into the concrete for 10 to 15 minutes. Rinse thoroughly. Fill the Cracks Small cracks can be filled with an epoxy paste. Once you’ve filled the crack, scrape excess epoxy so that it’s flush with the floor. After the repair dries completely, do some light sanding for a smooth finish. For larger cracks, overfill with an epoxy paste. Let the repair dry. Then grind the area so it’s flush with the floor. Prep Your Floor Moisture TestIf you think that moisture issues might prevent paint or sealer from bonding, here’s a simple way to find out: Cut out a 3-ft x 3-ft square of plastic sheeting and tape it down completely to your garage floor. If after a day or so, water collects on the underside of the plastic, you’ll need to put down a good vapor barrier before the primer coat. Sealant/Etching TestIf you’re unsure whether your garage floor has previously been sealed, you can pour water on it to perform a simple test. The water should soak into the concrete relatively quickly. If it beads up or just sits there for a long time, the cement has been sealed before and probably needs to be etched before you can re-seal or paint the garage floor. Etching the FloorTo etch the floor of your garage, apply a commercial concrete etcher, being careful to follow the manufacturer’s instructions. If the etcher fizzes up as it’s applied, you know that it’s working. Let the floor dry overnight. The concrete will now have a grainy texture, which offers a better surface for the paint to grip. Seal the Floor To prevent future staining, to minimize concrete dust, and to make it easier to sweep, you can seal your garage floor. If you are planning to also paint your garage floor, applying sealant can act as a primer. Priming prior to painting can help achieve better adhesion if moisture is an issue or if the concrete is dusty and “weak.” Choose a product that is either a water-based floor epoxy or a solvent-thinned epoxy. Use a nylon brush along the edges of your garage and use a roller — lint-free, all-purpose, solvent- and water-resistant with a medium nap — to apply the rest of the sealant. Apply sealant liberally but be sure to roll it out evenly. If you’re going to paint the garage floor, allow the sealant/primer to dry thoroughly (at least 8 hours). Paint the Floor When selecting paint for your garage floor, make sure to choose an epoxy paint created especially for garage floors. Mix the paint well and apply a thin, even first coat. Cut in along the edges of your garage with a brush and then use a roller with a medium nap to apply the rest of the paint. Let the first coat dry thoroughly (about 24 hours). Good to KnowAn extension handle on your roller will make for easier application.
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Next Up How to Paint a Concrete Floor How to turn a bland concrete slab into a stunning painted floor How to Refinish a Garage Floor Give your garage an updated look by applying an epoxy finish on the floor. How to Lay Garage Floor Tiles These simple steps demonstrate how to install PVC floor tiles in your garage. How to Paint a Linoleum Floor Turn a linoleum floor into a work of art with paint. Follow these instructions to paint and install this custom-made linoleum floor. How to Paint Wood Floors Add a stylish touch to a room by painting a diamond pattern onto a wood floor. How to Install Polyvinyl Floor Find out how to transform your cluttered garage into another room for your house using polyvinyl flooring. How to Install a Skim Coat for a Concrete Floor Adding a skim coat is important because it will strengthen the floor, and when colored, acts as a primer coat for the second hand-trowelled coat of finish. How to Stamp a Concrete Porch Floor Rock Solid hosts Derek Stearns and Dean Marsico show how to use overlay and a pattern stamp to rework a cracked and peeling concrete porch floor. The result is a stylish porch surface resembling slate at a fraction of the cost. How to Repair Holes in Concrete Floors Learn how to fill holes in a concrete floor. How to Install a Concrete Floor Laying an interior concrete floor is usually a renovation project that takes place in your basement. Learn how to remove an old wood floor, prepare a base and pour a concrete floor.
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How to Paint a Concrete Floor How to turn a bland concrete slab into a stunning painted floor How to Refinish a Garage Floor Give your garage an updated look by applying an epoxy finish on the floor. How to Lay Garage Floor Tiles These simple steps demonstrate how to install PVC floor tiles in your garage. How to Paint a Linoleum Floor Turn a linoleum floor into a work of art with paint. Follow these instructions to paint and install this custom-made linoleum floor. How to Paint Wood Floors Add a stylish touch to a room by painting a diamond pattern onto a wood floor. How to Install Polyvinyl Floor Find out how to transform your cluttered garage into another room for your house using polyvinyl flooring. How to Install a Skim Coat for a Concrete Floor Adding a skim coat is important because it will strengthen the floor, and when colored, acts as a primer coat for the second hand-trowelled coat of finish. How to Stamp a Concrete Porch Floor Rock Solid hosts Derek Stearns and Dean Marsico show how to use overlay and a pattern stamp to rework a cracked and peeling concrete porch floor. The result is a stylish porch surface resembling slate at a fraction of the cost. How to Repair Holes in Concrete Floors Learn how to fill holes in a concrete floor. How to Install a Concrete Floor Laying an interior concrete floor is usually a renovation project that takes place in your basement. Learn how to remove an old wood floor, prepare a base and pour a concrete floor.
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Step One // How to Epoxy-Coat a Garage Floor Floor Finish Overview Illustration by Gregory Nemec Floor Finish Overview Applying an epoxy coating to a concrete floor is as easy as painting walls, but as with painting, the success is in the prep work. Once the calculations, color choices, and cleaning are taken care of, the actual application will seem like the easiest part. To bond well, epoxy requires an even, slightly rough, and totally clean surface. That means patching any potholes and cracks and allowing them to cure fully. Concrete must be at least 60 days old and not sealed for the epoxy to adhere. You can tell if your floor already has a sealer if water beads on it or if you get to Step 2 in this process and the etching solution doesn’t foam; if that’s the case, you’ll need to take off the sealer with a chemical stripper or a special machine. (Painted floors can be recoated if there’s no peeling.) Stripping the floor, however, does not clean it. Any grease or dirt will compromise the epoxy adhesion, so cleaning and etching is a step that should not be rushed. Different manufacturers offer different types of cleaners, so check out the ingredients before you choose what type is best for you. Chemical cleaners vary widely, from harsh degreasers and etchers to safer but less effective organics. You can cut down on the elbow grease by renting a machine called a floor maintainer for about $40 a day. Epoxy coatings typically come in kits with everything you need. Once you choose one, determine if you’ll need to order extra supplies. Manufacturers may suggest two coats of the epoxy paint and top coat, but most standard kits only supply enough for one coat. If you choose to add color flakes, which will help hide concrete’s inherent imperfections, determine how heavily you’ll broadcast them across the floor so you don’t come up short. Also, if your garage’s foundation rises above grade at the bottom of the walls, you may want to consider coating another few inches up the vertical surfaces to make cleaning the garage easier. Then decide if you want to include an antiskid additive, granules that give the finished floor a sandpaperlike surface. This may be a good option in rainy or ice-prone regions. Once the floor is clean and ready for its coating, it all comes down to timing. Choose a day to do the work when the concrete won’t be damp from rainy weather and when the temperature is between 50 and 80 degrees; otherwise the application can bubble and peel. Then, once you mix the epoxy paint and hardener, you only have about 2 hours to work with it, so you’ll need to plan out in advance how best to paint yourself out of the garage, starting in a back corner. The hardest part is waiting: The typical drying time between each step is 12 to 24 hours. And once the whole floor is done, you still have to hold off parking the car on it for another 72 hours.

Small Outdoor Bench

Small Outdoor Bench

Make the Most of Your Outdoor Space with Garden Benches Give your home an outdoor bench. It’s a simple way to expand your home’s living space, just add seating to your backyard, patio or porch. If you prefer garden benches, you have a variety of […]