Benjamin Moore Garage Guard Epoxy Floor Paint

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The Ultimte Epoxy Paint for Your Garage Floors

Transform your garage into a showpiece with Benjamin Moore's Garage Guard Epoxy Floor Paint. Designed for the homeowner, DIY enthusiast, and professional painters, this robust water-based catalyzed epoxy system matches the performance of traditional solvent-based products.

Benjamin Moore Garage Guard is not just paint—it's a fortress for your floors. Built to withstand the rigor of daily life, it resists the chemicals that come with automobile maintenance, and stands up to the punishment of impact and abrasion.

Garage Guard Epoxy Floor Paint Features:

Chemical Resistance: Keeps your floor pristine even when challenged by automotive fluids.

Durability: Highly resistant to abrasion and impact, ensuring a long-lasting finish.

Eco-Friendly Clean-Up: Enjoy the convenience of soap and water cleanup.

Ease of Use: Simplified application process and fast curing time translate into a quicker return to service.

Versatile Application: Perfect for garage floors, basements, and any concrete surface needing a protective coating.

Have Questions? Check our FAQ section or contact us for more information about Garage Guard Epoxy Paint for Garage Floors.

Garage Guard Epoxy Floor Paint is an Excellent Solution For:

Garage Floors

Basement Floors

Concrete Surfaces in Food and Beverage Processing Areas


Healthcare Facilities


Large Commercial Structures

Whether you're refurbishing your residential garage or upgrading commercial flooring, Benjamin Moore Garage Guard delivers top-notch performance where it's needed most.

Say goodbye to unsightly scratches and stains from garage projects and hello to a floor that's as tough as it is beautiful.

Wondering where to buy Epoxy Garage Floor Paint? Look no further. We guarantee a genuine Benjamin Moore product, ensuring you only get the best!

Garage Guard Epoxy Floor Paint Spec Chart:

Title Specs

Installation Temperature:

10° C (50° F) min /
32° C (90° F) max

Number of Coats Required:


Recoat Time:

8 hours

Return to Service:

Foot Traffic: 24 hours

Vehicular Traffic: 72 hours


250 - 300 sq. ft./gal.


<250 g/L

Vehicle Type:

Amine Adduct Epoxy

Dry Film Thickness/Coat:

2.4 - 2.9 mils dry (5.3 - 6.4 mils wet)


11 lbs/gal



Solids (% by Volume):

45 ± 1%

Colors Available:

Showroom Gray, Desert Sand, Tint Bases



Pot Life:

4 hours

Garage Guard Epoxy Floor Paint Application Guide:


GarageGuard® Waterborne Epoxy floor paint is a water-based catalyzed epoxy which offers performance equal to traditional solvent based epoxy floor paints. It provides superior chemical, abrasion and impact resistance when compared to conventional waterborne epoxies. The highly cross-linked film provides years of service. Additionally, this product may be applied to most generic coating types without the fear of lifting or wrinkling.


  • Do not apply when air, surface or product temperature is below 50 °F
  • Use the entire gallon of GarageGuard® within 4 hours of initial mixing.
  • Mixing of Partial Kits Is Not Recommended.
  • Not recommended for use in immersion service or acidic exposures.

Recommended For:

GarageGuard® Waterborne Epoxy floor paint is designed for use on basement floors, garage floors and other concrete surfaces. Ideal for use in food and beverage processing, transportation, warehouses, industrial refurbishment, healthcare, schools, large commercial structures, industrial and commercial flooring, and other areas where a performance epoxy floor paint is needed.

Surface Preparation:

Sweep all dirt and trash from the surface. Scrub floor with a stiff brush and strong detergent solution to remove all dirt, grease, oil and other contaminants. Scrub grease and oil spots with an Oil & Grease Emulsifier. Scrub the floor a section at a time (10’ by 10’) and thoroughly rinse each section before moving on. Once the entire floor is clean, rinse the floor thoroughly with clean water and allow to dry completely. Use a squeegee, if necessary, to remove ponded water.

Previously Painted Floor:

Loose or damaged concrete and cracks must be filled with a suitable concrete based patching material. Remove all loose materials and dust. Remove loose or peeling paint by sanding and scraping. Feather the edges to attain a smooth look to the finish coat. Test the remaining paint for adhesion. Cut an X in the paint with a single edge razor blade. Apply duct tape firmly to the floor directly over the X.
Remove the duct tape with one quick pull. If more than 25% of the paint at the X is removed, do not apply GarageGuard® until all existing paint is removed. Do not use muriatic acid or other etching materials on a painted floor.

Floor Never Painted:

Allow new concrete to cure for a minimum of 30 days. Loose or damaged concrete and cracks must be filled with a suitable concrete based patching material. Be sure to smooth the patch completely. Allow to dry in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Remove all loose materials and dust. All bare concrete floors need to be acid etched with a concrete etching solution or a 10% muriatic acid solution to open and roughen the surface enough to assure good
adhesion and to neutralize the alkali salts. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions and safety precautions. Be sure to protect your eyes (goggles) and skin (rubber gloves and boots) while preparing and using any acid solution. Neutralize the acid according to instructions on the etching solution package –or- mix 1 lb. of baking soda in 5 gallons of clean water and distribute over the floor. Thoroughly rinse the floor with clean water and allow to dry thoroughly (at least 24 hours). Check for
dryness using a moisture meter specific to masonry surfaces (2% moisture content or less) or ASTM D-4253 Plastic Sheet Test. Tape down a clear piece of plastic to the concrete floor for 24-48 hours; if moisture collects or slab has darkened the moisture/vapor transmission is too high to accept a coating and will need additional drying time. The floor should have a roughened feel of about 80 grit sandpaper. Please consult Technical Service for other surface preparations or for use in severe environments

Cure Rates:

Outdoor pool: 3 dry days

If rain occurs during the curing process, allow an extra day of dry time for each day of rain. Rain or moisture can cause blistering, color blushing, and the finish could be affected.

Simple Applecation:

Transform your floor with a few simple steps. Our easy-to-follow instructions mean that whether you're a seasoned professional or a weekend warrior, you'll get top-tier results.

DIY Friendly: Simple application process, fast drying times, and easy maintenance make this the go-to epoxy paint for DIYers.

Professional Grade: When your reputation is on the line, our epoxy floor paint gives you the confidence of a job that will look great and last.

Mix each individual component thoroughly prior to inter-mixing the two. ”A” and “B” must be combined together (3:1 ratio) and thoroughly mixed. The use of a drill mixer at low speed is required to accomplish this task. Then allow the mixture to induct for a period of 30 minutes. This induction time is critical and should be the same for all kits.

Do not mix partial containers. Do not mix more material than can be used in 4 hours.

Thin with water ONLY. Do not exceed 10% reduction.

Airless Spray: Tip range 15 - 19 thousandths. Total fluid output pressure at tip should not be less than 2100 psi.

Air Spray (Pressure Pot): DeVilbis MBC or JGA gun, with 704 or 765 air cap and Fluid Tip E.

NOTE: Do not allow material to remain in hoses, gun or spray equipment. Thoroughly flush all equipment with recommended thinner

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