Many thanks for sharing some examples of resin floors @Glamourresin. Have you got some advice and/or tips for members who would like to do it themselves that you could share?
Welcome to Workshop. We look forward to you sharing your flooring expertise with the community, and trust that you will also receive plenty of helpful information, advice and inspiration from other members, too.
Thank you Jason, we are allways happy to advise people on resurfacing projects keeping in mind epoxy falls in the dangerous goods 9 category its tough to advise our type of system to amateurs using epoxy themselfs more so showing the public whats available to them as we see its a non scratch non slip and impervious finish holding no bacterias as no pores for this to occur just as your glass windows. It can be applied over tiles with leveller preperation meaning no tile demolition n the chaos that follows that process we find it hard that bunnings itselfs hasnt requested or attempted themselfs to identify and brighten there entry ways with this option to bring color and spark to themselves there staff and community.How ever we do encourage and feel free to message for advice on using bunnings craft resin such as feast n watsons to make drip pour art and kitchen wares such as chopping boards where the volume of chemical required is far less then flooring making the safest entry for a d.i.y enthusiasts to enter the magic of epoxy.cheers