Individuals can apply water-based epoxy resin paint to interior wood floors. The combination produces a durable, low-maintenance, mid-gloss surface that resists solvents and harsh cleaning solutions. Typical uses include workshop, warehouse, factory and showroom floors.
When applying water-based epoxy resin paint to wood flooring, it is important to work in an area that is dry and has good ventilation. The room temperature should be between 60 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Painters should coat the flooring with a primer before applying two coats of the epoxy resin paint.
Specialists suggest testing wood floors before installing epoxy. The tendency of wood flooring to shift and flex depending on its type, age and construction may interfere with the application and durability of the epoxy covering.