Buyers Guide for Residential Consumers to Understand HAZMAT Regulations for Shipping Epoxy Materials

Buyers Guide for Residential Consumers to Understand HAZMAT Regulations for Shipping Epoxy Materials

Hazardous materials (HAZMAT) or Dangerous Goods are among the most complicated, regulation-heavy, and expensive products to ship. This is due to the potential they create that could pose a danger to people, property, or the environment. Shipping hazardous materials can be a complex and expensive process, so it is very common for residential consumers to become perplexed by the costly shipping expenses that can be associated with purchasing industrial materials like epoxy coatings.
5 Hard Surfaces Recommended for Epoxy Coatings (and 3 that are NOT) | Xtreme Polishing Systems

5 Hard Surfaces Recommended for Epoxy Coatings (and 3 that are NOT)

Epoxy continues to show us just how incredibly versatile it can be, in addition to its chemical properties that allow the material to adhere (stick) to various different surfaces. A long-lasting, durable finish like epoxy coatings is sure to enhance, seal, and protect your surfaces from the stress we inflict on them daily. While it is versatile, the adhesive properties in epoxy coatings still have a few limitations pertaining to which types of surfaces are suitable for this application, without the concern of delamination.
What is the Difference Between Epoxy, Polyaspartic and Polyurethane Floor Coatings?

What is the Difference Between Epoxy, Polyaspartic and Polyurethane Floor Coatings?

Protective surface materials such as epoxy, polyaspartic, and polyurethane coatings are great options for offering your concrete surfaces constant defense against harmful damage that may be caused by chemical spills, stains, and daily wear and tear. Floor (and countertop) coatings provide clients with long lasting, easy to clean surfaces that display fascinating beauty for years to come. Each individual surface coating is specifically formulated with different attributes that separates it from the next coating, so what are the differences between epoxy, polyaspartic, and polyurethane coatings?
Do It Yourself Epoxy Coatings: DIY Flooring Trends for the New Year

Do It Yourself Epoxy Coatings: DIY Flooring Trends for the New Year

Epoxy floor coatings have been the staple for flooring systems of commercial and residential spaces over the years. Although it initially made its way through warehouses, retail stores, hospitals, and garages, people started to recognize its benefits. Offering unparalleled strength and durability, it is one of the cheapest materials in the market. Epoxy floor coatings have also begun to move towards flooring trends because of the plethora of colors and patterns available.
How to Choose the Proper Epoxy Coating for Garage and Basement Floors

How to Choose the Proper Epoxy Coating for Garage and Basement Floors

Having the most beautiful car in the world may lose its reputation if it’s parked on cracked, stained or dirty concrete surfaces. If you can take major pride in your vehicles why not extend that same type of pride and apply it to what’s their version of “home”. By improving your outlook on garage floors and taking into consideration that those untreated concrete garage surfaces could actually be a fresh, new base offering you a variety of garage floor coating finishes, instead of simply seeing them as dull and finished surfaces. Utilize the benefits of having garage floors by installing (or having a professional) install a protective garage epoxy coating.
What Happens When Glitter is Added to an Epoxy Coating Mixture?

What Happens When Glitter is Added to an Epoxy Coating Mixture?

Epoxy coatings create a beautiful, high gloss seamless surface that delivers durability, but have you ever contemplated a way to further brighten those surfaces? Xtreme’s diverse selection of polyester glitters add a dazzling sparkle enhancing any epoxy coating design.
How to Incorporate Glitter Flakes into an Epoxy Coating System

How to Incorporate Glitter Flakes into an Epoxy Coating System

For the people who prefer a shiny and sparkly atmosphere, our polyester glitter is the perfect choice for your resin finishes. These glitters provide you with an opportunity to have some harmless fun. Glitter gives recognition to the loud and outgoing personalities that surround us daily so why not embrace them more?
Expert Tips for Durable Flooring: Epoxy Coatings for Concrete

Expert Tips for Durable Flooring: Epoxy Coatings for Concrete

Floor coatings are a fantastic solution for your concrete surfaces. Concrete can have a pleasant sight for some people, however others might not find that concrete appearance as being tasteful. Fortunately there are plenty of solutions for those who prefer to explore a more creative and decorative approach.
How to Incorporate Resins onto Different Surface Types | Xtreme Polishing Systems

How to Incorporate Resins onto Different Surface Types

One of the greatest artistic uses of epoxy resin is being able to embed the material onto different objects. So many amazing pieces of art have been created on bar tops, countertops, and floors by simply embedding this unique material onto different types of objects and platforms. Depending on what type of surface you use will ultimately determine what steps to take to achieve proper embedding techniques.

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