WerkMaster Releases New DIY Video On Removing Epoxy Paint And Polishing Concrete With Scarab Handheld Grinder
May 07, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsMay 7, 2014 - Vancouver, BC - WerkMaster releases new DIY How To Video showing the steps required to remove Epoxy and Polish Concrete with handheld Scarab concrete grinder and polisher.
Many of our customers have asked to see just what the Scarab is capable of when faced with concrete surface preparation and polishing concrete. You may be pleasantly surprised to see how a small handheld grinder can easily and effortlessly remove epoxy and polish a 6.5 hardness concrete floor to achieve a Gloss Meter Rating of 66!
The video can be viewed by clicking on the following link. WerkMaster Scarab Surface Prep & Polishing Video
Find out more about the Scarab's benefits on granite, marble, quartz and concrete countertops, hardwood, concrete and terrazzo floors, micro toppings, overlayments, wood decks, swimming pool restoration, boat polishing, bottom paint removal, and other various surfaces and benefits.
Please watch for our upcoming videos on How to Polish Ardex PCT Overlayment Self Levelling Toppings, as well and some polishable micro topping concrete products.
We recognize your time is valuable, so on behalf of the entire WerkMaster Team, we would like to thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to view this video.
WerkMaster is an innovative manufacturer of equipment for the stone, concrete, terrazzo and hardwood refinishing industry as well as a complete CFIA certified line of sealers, densifiers and cleaners. The unique design of WerkMaster machines allow them to edge to within 1/8" (3mm) of a wall and the handheld Scarab edges right to the wall. Electric and propane machines are available in various models. Home Depot Tool Rental Canada is now renting the Scarab, Termite and Viper models in various stores across Canada. For further information www.werkmaster.com
Please see Features & Benefits Product Sheet on our website at www.werkmaster.com/scarab. Additional information is available at firstname.lastname@example.org