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This is one of 3 before pictures. The mixing area was painted 2 years ago with PPG's Break-Through. It's worn very well but paint spills and such have taken it's toll and it's time to repaint. This time we're using California Paint Tuff-On Floor Epoxy just to see how it compares.

This is one of 3 before pictures. The mixing area was painted 2 years ago with PPG's Break-Through. It's worn very well but paint spills and such have taken it's toll and it's time to repaint. This time we're using California Paint Tuff-On Floor Epoxy just to see how it compares.

This is one of 3 before pictures. The mixing area was painted 2 years ago with PPG's Break-Through. It's worn very well but paint spills and such have taken it's toll and it's time to repaint. This time we're using California Paint Tuff-On Floor Epoxy just to see how it compares.

PPG BREAK-THROUGH! Interior/Exterior Satin Water-Borne Acrylic

PPG BREAK-THROUGH! Interior/Exterior Satin Water-Borne Acrylic - Premier Paint & Wallpaper

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This is one of 3 before pictures. The mixing area was painted 2 years ago with PPG's Break-Through. It's worn very well but paint spills and such have taken it's toll and it's time to repaint. This time we're using California Paint Tuff-On Floor Epoxy just to see how it compares.

The floor in the mixing area of the store gets a unique exposure to falling droplets and sometimes larger quatities of various paints. Every year or two we take it back to a blank canvas. This year we're testing California Paints Tuff-On Epoxy. The product applied well but is taking longer to cure than I was expecting mostly due to the time of year, humidity and cold, cold concrete.