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Easy 3 Step DIY Install
Prep Your Concrete Surface!
Step 1 – Clean the Concrete Flooring
Sweep, vacuum and blow any dirt and dust off your concrete surface. After making sure the dirt and dust have been removed, wash the concrete with a liquid soap or detergent. Watch out for areas that create pools of water, pooling area need a deep clean because it has more grease, debris or oil in within it.
Step 2 – Choose an Acid Flooring Solution
Always use a mask before proceeding. Use only plastic or acid resistant containers, and remember to add acid to water and never water to acid. If using muriatic acid, dilute 10% to 15% with water, use 1 gallon for every 40 to 50 square feet. If you choose phosphoric acid, a 20% to 40% phosphoric acid solution should be fine. Sulfamic acid is a white powder that is dissolved in hot water. Mix one pound sulfamic acid to 1 gallon of warm water to treat 300 square feet.
Step 3 – Apply the Acid Solution to the Concrete
You can either pour it from a bucket or use an acid proof pump spray unit. Spread the acid evenly over the concrete sruface. Wait for the concrete to settle for a minimum of 5 to 10 minutes.
Step 4 – Rinse the Floor
Mop up excess water and dry the concrete. When the concrete is completely dry, you can vacuum once more.
Mixing The Epoxy and Stones
PLEASE NOTE: WHEN MIXING EPOXIES, NEVER MIX MORE THAN ONE GALLON AT A TIME; IT IS BEST TO MIX IN A BUCKET LARGER THAN ONE (1) GALLON CAPACITY. DO NOT CHANGE THE MIX RATIO. THE EPOXY IS DESIGNED AS A 3:1 MIX. SMALLER AMOUNTS CAN BE MIXED, BUT THE RATIO HAS TO REMAIN AT 3:1. NEVER ATTEMPT TO MIX EPOXY IN A ROLLER TRAY.
Step 1 – Mixing the Stone Flooring Epoxy
Mix 3 parts of the epoxy resin with 1 part of the pebblestone in a separate container. You are going to want the consistency of wet concrete if it had a few decorative rocks in it.
Step 2 – Prepping the River Rock for Install
Begin stirring the stone flooring mixture vigorously for 2 minutes with a flat stirrer, be sure to scrape the sides to insure a proper mixture. If you are working with a large concrete area use a contractor grade mixer and drill.
Step 3 – Getting the Stone Epoxy Mixture Ready
Apply the epoxy stone mixture to a medium nap paint roller. Be sure to always roll east to west and north to south. After dipping your roller into the epoxy and stone mixture, excess stone and epoxy materials should be knocked off using a paint screen to prevent thick and thin areas on your concrete flooring surface.
Installing the Epoxy Stone Product
PLEASE NOTE: WHEN INSTALLING YOUR EPOXY RIVER ROCK FLOORING, ALWAYS WEAR GLOVES, EYE PROTECTION AND A FACE MASK. NEVER RUSH A PROJECT THIS IS A LONG LASTING CONCRETE FLOORING MATERIAL. THE EPOXY IS DESIGNED AS A 3:1 MIX. SMALLER AMOUNTS CAN BE MIXED, BUT THE RATIO HAS TO REMAIN AT 3:1. NEVER ATTEMPT TO MIX EPOXY IN A ROLLER TRAY.
Step 1 – Dumping the Stone Flooring Material
Simply dump small piles of the concrete flooring material onto the concrete surface.
Step 2 – Begin Spreading the Flooring Material
Using a metal rake start moving the flooring material evenly across the concrete flooring. Be sure to move quickly as the mixture is already starting to cure.
Step 3 – Trowel the Material to a Smooth Thickness
After you have raked the material around to a river even level use a trowel to begin smoothing the flooring surface. In order to obtain a great finish, be sure to clean the trowel occasionally with a proper solvent (Xylene, Trowel Slick, etc). A good rule of thumb is to clean the trowel after 7 or 8 passes over the flooring material.