I have recently redone my basement concrete floor with Expoxyshield
Professional, a polyamide-based two-part epoxy. I used two coats and
the included color chips sprinkled on the second coat. The results are
The color chips. not being encapsulated by the epoxy, have left the
surface with a rougher, more sandpaper-like, texture than I had hoped.
The answer would be a clear coat of epoxy (or urethane), but the
problem is that I am beyond the recoat period (72 hours) by several
Rustoleum recommended that the surface be sanded to improve bonding,
but I am not sure how the color chips would hold up to that effort.
What I was wondering is whether there is any practical way, using an
epoxy solvent/remover, to spray a light coating over the floor, allow
it to create a slight "tackiness," then coat the floor with a clear
Anybody have an educated opinion on this, or another approach?