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Resin Vinyl - Epoxy Flake Garage Flooring

Resin Vinyl is an epoxy flake garage flooring that's ideal for anybody wanting to give dull, dirty or damaged floors in their garage, home or business a new lease of life.


Resin Vinyl is a one-of-a-kind epoxy flake flooring system specially designed for anybody wanting to give dull, dirty or damaged floors in their garage, home or business a new lease of life.

Available in 8 popular colour combinations, the completely seamless resin flooring system is stain-resistant, incredibly tough, and will keep your floor looking great for years.

Most importantly, Resin Vinyl has no strong smell and contains no solvents or flammables, so it can be installed safely in garages and other applications without risk to your family or business.

Diagram showing the composition of the Resin Vinyl epoxy flake garage flooring system.

Unique epoxy flake garage flooring


Resin Vinyl is a completely solvent-free epoxy flake garage flooring system, which means there's no strong smell, disruption or risk to your family or business!


Resin Vinyl uses exclusive industrial-grade resin technology, so it's not the type of epoxy flake garage floor you'll find at a local hardware store (or anywhere else).


Too many colour options can be overwhelming. We’ve narrowed it down to 8 garage flake epoxy flooring colours we know look good and match well with modern decor.


The seamless, stain-resistant surface handles spills from all common household and commercial chemicals, and is easily maintained with normal cleaning equipment.


Take your pick of gloss or semi-gloss finishes for your epoxy flake garage floor. If you’re worried about slips and falls in the wet, you can even get added slip resistance.

A low-angle photo showing a beautiful, even finish on a black epoxy flake garage floor.

Garage flake epoxy flooring and much more...

In addition to garage flooring, the excellent durability and seamless, decorative finish of the Resin Vinyl epoxy flake flooring system makes it a great choice for a wide range of flooring applications:

Kitchens and living rooms Bedrooms
Patios Bathrooms and laundries
Shops, retail spaces and retail outlets Salons and hairdressers
Showrooms and display areas Bakeries, restaurants and cafés
Hotels, bars and nightclubs Offices and walkways

Epoxy flake garage flooring installation plan

The installation of the standard Resin Vinyl system over a garage floor area of 50m2 or less will take two days, with light foot traffic allowed on the third.

Removal of existing floors, severe surface damage or contamination, poor concrete quality, and/or larger areas will generally require more time.

Installation of the standard Resin Guard™ system typically consists of the following steps:

1. Diamond grind to remove surface contaminants.
2. Vacuum to collect dust, dirt and debris.
3. Patch small cracks and gouges.
4. Apply basecoat - Ezypoxy Rollcoat - and broadcast Resin Vinyl Flake.
5. Apply topcoat - Ezypoly Clear PU.
6. Tidy up and hand over floor.

A simple schematic showing the day-by-day installation schedule of the epoxy flake garage flooring system.

Preparing for epoxy flake garage flooring installation

1. Plan to be floorless

A standard Resin Vinyl epoxy flake garage floor will take a few days and you’ll need to stay off the floor the entire time. Keep protective measures in place for the duration and don’t try to get back on it earlier than instructed.

2. Clear the floor

Remove all items from the garage floor before the starting date so the installer can get straight to work. If there are heavy items that can’t be moved or other specific access issues, let them know beforehand.

3. Ensure easy access

Make sure the installer can get in and out of the work area and has access to power. If there are any restrictions in this regard, once again it’s a good idea to let them know beforehand.

4. Seal off

Footprints, bugs and dust don’t go well with freshly laid epoxy flake garage floors. Close all windows, turn off lights and block doorways. If the floor is one part of a larger project, it’s best to leave it to last to reduce the risk of other trades damaging it.

5. Make yourself available

Checking in with your installer every now and again will make sure everyone stays on the same page and the epoxy flake garage flooring project progresses as smoothly as possible.

A photo looking into a residential garage with new epoxy flake garage flooring installed.

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