5 lbs Bulk - Epoxy Paint Chips
Chose from a wide range of decorative colors which can be used for garages, basements, man caves or wherever you want your floor to look professional. Pick a chip size, single colors, pre-mixed blends, black light sensitive colors, or metallic additive chips.
If you would like to order more than one color and get bulk pricing (for example 1 lb of Burgundy, 1 lb of White and 1 lb of Forest Green) call us at 800-736-9308 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: Bulk pricing is also available in 3 LB and 10 LB sizes. Pre-mixed blends are also available in bulk pricing. To choose bulk pricing for a blend, select 3 LB, 5 LB or 10 LB from the drop down menu. For example Wine Barrel Blend.
Normal decorative floor chips and blends are 1/4" in size and come in 1 pound bags.
We also offer normal decorative floor microchips and blends that are 1/16" in size and come in 1 pound bags.
Also available are chip sizes 1/32" (Dust), 1/8" and 1/2" in 1 pound bags that are made when ordered and may require additional time.
Pure metallic additive chips are made from a foil and are 1/4" in size. They come in 12 oz cans however they are sold by volume, not weight. They are designed to be added to existing blends.
Fluorescent chip colors glow under a black light and will make your floor stand out. Keep in mind that the glow-in-the-dark chips will not work when used with our epoxy kits due to the topcoat, which has a UV resistance and will block the chips from receiving the charge from the light.
1/4" Standard Chip Size Reference Distribution Guide:
- Light Sprinkle: 1 lbs. bag per 250 sq. ft.
- Medium Sprinkle: 2 lbs. bags per 250 sq. ft.
- Heavy Sprinkle: 3-4 lbs. bags per 250 sq. ft.
- Full Broadcast: Approx 25 lbs. bags per 250 sq. ft.
1/16" Microchip Size Reference Distribution Guide:
- Light Sprinkle: 2 lbs. bag per 250 sq. ft.
- Medium Sprinkle: 4 lbs. bags per 250 sq. ft.
- Heavy Sprinkle: 6-8 lbs. bags per 250 sq. ft.
- Full Broadcast: Approx 50 lbs. bags per 250 sq. ft.
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