“Liquid Granite” is an epoxy concrete floor coating system with acrylic chip sprinkled into the pigmented base coat and sealed with clear epoxy or urethane top coat.
Liquid Granite is designed to be used on showroom floors, restaurant floors, garage floors, recreation rooms, washrooms and kitchens. Chip systems are a decorative, durable and chemical resistant coating system which makes it perfect for residential, commercial and industrial applications.
14 Series – 1.25 gallon kits, LD31 Series – 1.5 gallon kits Paint Chips – 5#, 10#, 55# box LDCRU – 1 gallon kit
Surface must be structurally sound, dry and free of oil, grease, curing agents, dirt, dust or any other foreign material that may prevent proper adhesion.
Gently blend approximately 1 gallon of water with 1 gallon of 14 Series part A. Then add 1 quart of 14 Series part B to the part A mixture and apply as thin as possible, approximately 600-800 sq. ft. per batch.
If application is interior, apply LD 31 Series Clear Epoxy at approximately 150-200 sq. ft. per gallon. If application is exterior, apply LD CRU (Chemical Resistant Urethane) at approximately 200 sq. ft. per gallon.
After first coat has dried you may sand or scrape rough spots and apply a second coat of LD31 Series Clear Epoxy or LD CRU (Chemical Resistant Urethane) at approximately 200-300 sq. ft. per gallon. Be sure to read the Product Information Sheet for application procedures.
Prohibit light traffic on the finished floor for 48 hours after installation. Avoid heavy traffic and abrasion, and chemical exposure for 5 days.
Uncured material can be removed with an appropriate solvent or water (see label instructions). Cured material can only be removed mechanically.
Floor should be cleaned with water or a mild, non- filming detergent. For difficult stains, paint thinner may be used without harming the finish. A slip coefficient type wax may be applied periodically to make floor less slippery.
Manufacturer guarantees that the coating materials referred on this document are free from manufacturing defects and comply with the published specifications. Applicator should warranty against faulty workmanship for a period to be named on the contract or proposal for the project or as governed by state, federal, or local laws.