What is the difference water based epoxy vs solvent based epoxy?

What is the difference water based epoxy vs solvent based epoxy?

Our epoxy is neither water-based nor solvent-based. The difference is that Epoxy Pro 100% solids industrial grade epoxy provides a durable 8 to 20 mils per coat that resoundingly outlasts semi porous water-based and solvent-based epoxies, which on average, are only 37% volume solids of a non durable 2 to 4 mils that result in a short life-span due to their lower mils thickness (check out our Product Comparison Chart). They are not self-levelling to reduce surface imperfections, or resistant to hot tires that literally melts the water-based epoxy onto your hot tires resulting in lifting it off the floor, and they do not protect new concrete or the dirt environment below the concrete substrate from fluids such as motor oil or harmful chemical and acid contamination, nor do they permanently restore old stained and unsightly contaminated concrete and stop any further contamination to the concrete or environment.

Concrete surfaces are like a big “sponge” that holds and retains water; harmful fluids, dirt, oil, grease, dust and mold that absorb into porous concrete surfaces. Unprotected concrete is problematic and = decreased life span. EpoxyPRO Industrial Grade100% Solids Epoxy provides a permanent solution for surface protection, restoration and repair for all concrete floor projects.

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