One common use of epoxy paint is to finish concrete floors. Applying it in a garage makes cleaning oil drips from a vehicle easier. Epoxy paints come in a wide variety of colors and are long lasting. Other uses include s... More »

To apply epoxy floor paint to concrete, test the floor for moisture. If no moisture is present, clean the floor with concrete cleaner and etcher according to the instructions on the product packaging. After the concrete ... More »

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For best results, apply epoxy paint to showers with a spray gun after thoroughly cleaning and sanding the surface. Use multiple lightly applied layers instead of a single thick layer to prevent the paint from clumping an... More »

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The best paint for a wood floor is a latex enamel that has been formulated for floors, porches and decks. Preparing the floor for the paint is also important. More »

Removing paint from hardwood floors must be done carefully to prevent permanent damage to the wood. While stripping or sanding the wood may be the only solution if the entire floor has been painted, there are other solut... More »

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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... More »

An appliance paint that is rated for high heat exposure is needed for use on kitchen stoves. These types of paints are made specifically for large and small stoves, such as ovens and ranges, with a consistency appropriat... More »

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