Why Don’t Professionals Use Cheaper Epoxy Floor Paints Sold At Hardware
grade epoxies typically sell for $50 to $500 per gallon. And those are the
factory/manufacturer prices, not the inflated store prices (which can easily be
300% more than the 'starting price'). So why are the prices so low at the
consumer super stores?
store epoxy paints are thinned down with solvents and/or water to make them go
farther and more user friendly for the non-professional.
the epoxy coatings are old technology, no longer used by professionals. By
selling them through hardware stores they are able to squeezing out a bit more
profit from an old and often outdated formula.
low end products to start with. Professionals need the 'good stuff' - their
reputations are on the line.
Hardware store epoxy floor paints are not thick enough to provide the self
leveling characteristics and long term durability demanded by contractors and
requires recoating as often as every year due to their lack of durability and
dry film coating thickness.
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Midland) as well as Northern Indiana.
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