BioSting Polyaspartic Coating

Why would you consider a protective polyaspartic top coat?  Your stained or decorative surfaces can be protected to preserve the finish.  With superb clarity and shine, it protects and seals from harsh weather and high traffic.  Concrete is known for great durability, but that doesn’t mean you should not offer protection for a finished surface.  

 

What is Polyaspartic

Polyaspartic belongs in the family of elastomer coatings.   It is a two-part coating system and once the catalyst and resin are mixed form an extremely durable finish.  Advancements in this technology have allowed flooring technicians to utilize this product to offer a protected finish that is strong and provides UV stability.   

 

Why Polyaspartic

If you have invested in an upgrade to your concrete finish, adding one incredibly simple step to the process seems incredibly logical.  The added protection will not only increase the durability, but minimizing the UV degradation and avoiding the yellowing over time will keep it looking fresh.  Moisture migration is also a challenging byproduct of concrete. This will typically cause a off white discoloration.

BioSting Polyaspartic is highly resistant to staining.  This makes it a very good product for surfaces that are susceptible to fats and oils.  Areas that have a concrete floor and you do cooking in those areas, that makes BioSting a great option.  

BioSting has extremely low levels of volatile organic compounds (VOC’s).  This makes it easy to work with and same to quickly get back onto after application.    

 

Decoration and Traction

The sealing of a surface is vital for long term preservation.  A beautiful application with metallics should be protected. You can also and a simple layer of traction to this with very small granular additives. 

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