Floor Restore – Restore a Worn Trailer Floor at 1/10th the Cost of Replacement!
KEY Floor Restore protects new floors and is the only solution to reverse the deterioration of your truck or trailer floors.
KEY Floor Restore is both an epoxy floor coating and a structural epoxy adhesive. It is a lightweight, flexible epoxy system that fills gouges, small cracks, and delaminations, and waterproofs the entire floor.
KEY Floor Restore is a penetrating VOC-free epoxy floor coating product that structurally bonds wood fibers and delaminations, creating a stronger trailer or truck flooring structure that is tough enough to stand up to the most punishing cargos! KEY Floor Restore provides a durable coating that is low maintenance and easy to clean.
USDA requirements demand clean trailer floors. Floors that are tightly sealed with KEY Floor Restore are easier to wash out and maintain. However, the USDA does not approve compounds used to repair and restore wooden floors and trailers and has no requirements for floor coating materials.
Best of all, KEY Floor Restore requires only 8 hours of drying time, and can be applied to the entire truck flooring or trailer floor at less than 1/10th the cost of a new floor.
KEY Floor Restore epoxy floor coating is in constant demand as a cost-effective floor maintenance program for fleets throughout the US. Let a Key Polymer Sales Representative help find a local dealer near you.
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“I’m sold on Floor Restore! I’ve been in the business my whole life and I tell you these people came up with a great product. You have try it to understand it.”
“Floor Restore enables us to cost-effectively bring our worn trailer floors back to new condition. Your product plays an essential role in our business operation. Thank you for your great product.”
President, Capital Truck Leasing
“I have used your Floor Restore and Crack Filler for my trailers and the products work great. I have been very satisfied with your products.”
Michael G. Shay
General Manager, Two Sisters Moving Company