Good Kit

Color
  • Clear
  • Taupe Base with Beige Blend
  • Beige Base with Beige Blend
  • Gray Base with Gray Blend
  • Gray Base with Blue Gray Blend
  • Black Base with Domino
  • Tan Base with Canyon Brown and Ivory Blend
  • Medium Blue Base with Blue Blend
  • Medium Brown Base with Canyon Brown Blend
  • Smoke Blue Base with Gray Blend
  • Dark Gray Base with Domino Blend
  • White Base with Blue Gray Blend
Flake Size
  • 1/4"
  • 1/16"
Kit Size
  • Half Kit (250 Sq. Ft)
  • Full Kit (500 Sq. Ft)
$208.98
$245.86

Half Kit (250 Sq. Ft) Includes:


  • Large mixing bucket
  • Cleaning prep acid granules
  • Non-skid aluminum oxide
  • 1 gallon of Epoxy-Coat Part "A" Color Resin
  • 1/2 gallon of Epoxy-Coat Part "B" Activator/Hardener
  • 1 pounds of flake chips for a decorative finish

Full Kit (500 Sq. Ft) Includes:


  • Large mixing bucket
  • Cleaning prep acid granules
  • Non-skid aluminum oxide
  • 2 gallons of Epoxy-Coat Part "A" Color Resin
  • 1 gallon of Epoxy-Coat Part "B" Activator/Hardener
  • 2 pounds of flake chips for a decorative finish

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Good Kit

The Good Kit epitomizes an elite cycloaliphatic epoxy system, meticulously developed for a broad range of applications including garages, basements, and diverse industrial or commercial environments. This product, crafted from a 100% solids formulation, is the fruit of fifty years of sophisticated engineering and comprehensive testing. Notably, it has been utilized in prestigious projects such as the NASA facility responsible for assembling the space shuttle and SLS rockets, covering an impressive area exceeding 2 million sq. ft.

Prominent features of the GOOD KIT include:

  • Direct-to-Concrete Application: Allows for a straightforward one-coat application.
  • Unmatched Thickness: Offers a coating six times thicker than that of water-based epoxies, achievable in just one layer during a three-hour application period. 10 Mils DFT.
  • Eco-Friendly Composition: Contains zero Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), with anti-microbial traits, making it ideal for sensitive environments such as the food industry. No Odors!
  • Enhanced Aesthetics and Safety: Includes decorative flake chips to improve slip resistance and aesthetic appeal with a mosaic-like finish. Additionally, it incorporates aluminum oxide to increase slip resistance.
  • Comprehensive Surface Prep: Comes with a clean and prep acid granules to ensure optimal surface preparation.
  • ·Warranty: Backed by a 2-year warranty. Estimated useable life: 15 Years.
  • Optional Tool Kit: An additional small tool kit is available, providing all essential items for a streamlined and effortless installation.

Installation Guidance: It is crucial to read the complete instructions to ensure proper application and optimal results (Included in Kit)

Why are Polyaspartics the best finish coat?

Polyaspartic floor coatings and 100% solids epoxy floor coatings are both popular options for protective and decorative floor finishes, particularly in commercial, industrial, and residential applications. Each has its specific strengths and ideal use cases. Typically 100% solids epoxy is a better base coat and Polyaspartics are a better top coat. Here are the key benefits of choosing polyaspartic floor coatings over 100% solids epoxy coatings for a finish coat:

1. UV Stability

Polyaspartic Coatings: Polyaspartic floor coatings are highly UV resistant, which means they won’t yellow or degrade significantly when exposed to sunlight. This makes them an excellent choice for areas that receive a lot of natural light.

100% Solids Epoxy: Traditional epoxy coatings are prone to yellowing when exposed to UV light, which can be a disadvantage in sun-exposed areas.

2. Abrasion Resistance

  • Polyaspartic Coatings: These coatings offer superior abrasion resistance compared to epoxies. This makes them ideal for high-traffic areas or floors that need to withstand heavy use. This means they will maintain a higher gloss level and reduce noticeable scratching better than 100% solids epoxy.
  • 100% Solids Epoxy: While still durable, epoxy may not perform as well under extreme wear and tear compared to polyaspartic coatings.

3. Aesthetic and Design Flexibility

  • Polyaspartic Coatings: Polyaspartic coatings are clear and can be applied over decorative broadcasts or colored base coats without obscuring the design. They also tend to have a higher gloss finish which can enhance the aesthetic appeal of the flooring.
  • 100% Solids Epoxy: Epoxy also offers good aesthetic flexibility and can incorporate colors and flakes. However, the clarity and gloss levels might be less pronounced than with polyaspartic coatings.

4. Chemical/Stain Resistance

  • Both coatings offer good chemical resistance, though the specific resistance can vary based on the formulation. Polyaspartic coatings generally provide better protection against a wide range of chemicals, making them suitable for garages, workshops, and industrial settings. Polyaspartics are more stain resistant than other type of finish coats.

5. Maintenance

  • Polyaspartic Coatings: They are easy to clean and maintain due to their smooth and non-porous surface.