ResinForce EasyPoly Fast Cure Low Odor Polyaspartic
For use on concrete floors, wood floors, countertops, tables, etc. May be used direct to concrete/wood, apply over flake or quartz, or apply over epoxy per TDS sheet.
Based on 70° - 80°F @ 50% RH*
Pot Life............................. 25+ Mins
Gel Time ......................... >30 Mins
Tack Free...................90-120 Mins
Re-Coat Time.......... 60-120 Mins
Light Foot Traffic........ 2-8 Hours
Heavy Foot Traffic...... 6-24 Hours
**Please Note: Higher temperatures and higher humidity will shorten pot life and cure times. Likewise, colder temperatures and/or lower humidity will extend the pot life and cure times.
COVERAGE RATE: Over a full flake broadcast, apply 135-160 ft² per gallon. Over smooth body coating, apply 150-200 ft² per gallon. If applying 2 thin coats, apply first coat 200-300 ft² per gallon, second coat 250-350 ft.² per gallon as soon as first coat can be walked on. Coverage rates may vary depending upon surface porosity, texture, and application method. Do not apply thicker than 10-15 mils at one time. Excessive build up should be avoided.
SURFACE PREPARATION: The concrete surface must be deemed mechanically and structurally sound, completely clean, and dry. To achieve the above desired results, a mechanical grinding method should be performed to an approximate 20 - 40 grit profile to insure flatness of the substrate, to remove surface impurities, and to profile the surface of the floor.
MIXING: If mixing less than a full kit, mix part A & part B separately with a stir stick, low speed mixer, or vigorously shake container prior to blending the smaller kit to ensure uniform distribution of all ingredients. Proper mixing is pertinent to application success. In equal parts (1:1), mix part A and part B using a clean, dry mixing container. Stir or slow speed mix the contents for approximately 60-90 seconds. Avoid over-mixing or creating a vortex which could introduce moisture content to the mixture. No induction time is required prior to use, nor after mixing. If integrating anti-skid media agents, only do so after parts A & B have been thoroughly mixed.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: use a 3/8” synthetic nap, phenolic core roller, or a lambs wall cover for pigmented, stained floors, or media coats. Use a squeegee and back roll with the roller over media floors (chips). It is recommended to use 18”-26” wide squeegees and rollers for larger areas. Please note that the use of pump up style spray bottle may create visible bubbles, blisters, and pinholes and is not recommended.
*Please note that low air or concrete temperatures and/or relative humidity may extend drying times. Slow Cure Polyaspartic should be applied within temperature ranges of 45°- 90°F for proper curing times. Follow suggested coverage rates for best results. Applying polyaspartic outside of the suggested parameters may result in job failure. It is always recommended to test the product in a small, inconspicuous area on the same concrete substrate for desired results prior to application. Coverage rates may vary for all coatings and substrates depending on porosity, density, texture etc.
Coating may darken surface. Coating may cause surface to be a slip hazard or slippery when wet. A slip resistant additive may be added to help prevent slip hazards.