Rust Bullet DuraGrade Concrete High-Performance Indoor & Outdoor Easy to Apply Concrete Coatings in Vibrant Colors for Garage Floors, Basements, Porch, Patio and More.- 

DuraGrade Concrete has outstanding adhesion to concrete surfaces and is scratch, chip, chemical and UV resistant, requiring no primer, basecoat, or topcoat. DuraGrade’ s patent pending formula is low in VOCs providing VOC compliance in all 50 states and is available in 18 standard colors. Custom color options are also available. DuraGrade Concrete is easy to apply by brush, roller, or spray equipment. It protects from hot tire pickup and is ideal for indoor or outdoor surfaces including Garage Floors, Basements, Porch, Patio and More.-

As this was a DIY project, I was looking for a garage coating that did not involve complicated preparation, such as acid-etching or grinding the concrete, as well as not requiring a two-part mixture, like an epoxy. After some online research I went with Rust Bullet’s DuraGrade product. After a power wash and some simple treatment of a couple of oil stains, we applied two thin coats with a roller and a cut in brush and let it cure for three days. The product had a strong smell going on, but it dissipated quickly. I was incredibly pleased with the results. The color is true to the sample and covered evenly.     Conclusion: Rust Bullet DuraGrade may seem expensive, but it is well worth it.

– Frank R


Recent Testimonials

I own a performance car dealership and want to change the vibe of a used dealer. I did my entire warehouse showroom floor with this concrete paint. It came out excellent and it was an amazing product for the money. I bought the 5 gallon bucket and us 4/5 gallons on 2 coats of my 1500 sq ft warehouse. Concrete was relatively smooth though so keep that in mind.


– Phil M.

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“Thank you Rust Bullet! DuraGrade Concrete
Turquoise was easy to apply, is
extremely durable, and looks great!”
– Kristy A
Cottage Grove Professional Grooming, Inc.

The Best Ever, looks like a polished floor.

The product is expensive but not really as bad as you might think. I used 5 gallons to apply 4 very thin coats to 819 ft./sq. Worked out to about $1.25 ft./sq. My comments,
1. The material went way farther than I expected, 350 ft./sq. first coat up to 500 ft./sq. finish coat. I laid 4 coats to get the mil’s you need. It dry’s slow at 10% RH in Sparks NV!!
2.You will get solvent bubbles if you do not apply very thin. I used a microfiber 3/8” from Home Depot and it worked great.
3. I prepped the floor with spot degreasing followed by a floor buffer using two 80 grit sanding screens. It took 4 hours of sanding to generate mounds of cement dust. I swept it up, vac it with water, then used the floor buffer with water and a green pad to open up the floor. Sucked it up with a vac. Last step was pressure washer and vac. It was clean.
4. My final comment is it is easier than epoxy, works much better on smoother concrete. What a shine

– M Clark



Case Studies

Rust Bullet Concrete Floor Paint
Application to a concrete floor in Alabama, USA.

Concrete Paint – Shuffleboard on a Concrete Floor in Alabama, USA.