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Updated On August 19, 2021

Spiked Shoes For Epoxy Review

by Joseph Scaduto

Spike Shoes For Epoxy Floor Application

Spike Shoes for epoxy elevate you above the epoxy coating and touch down onto the concrete, penetrating through your epoxy material application. The spikes are made thin enough so the epoxy will return and adhere back leaving no trace that someone was walking over the epoxy floor coating material. Spike shoes for epoxy are designed so you can work without ruining your design. They work for metallic epoxy floors and flake epoxy floors. The spike shoes generally contain 13 spikes that are tapered at the ends of the metal spike to make sure the smallest amount of surface is touched as possible. Spikes are generally at least are 25mm tall keeping you well above the surface while still gripping the floor beneath.  If you keep your spiked sandals clean, they will last for hundreds of jobs if not thousands. One thing to keep in mind when purchasing spiked sandals for epoxy floor installation is that they haveto be long enough to elevate you above the surface coatings. Simply clean off the spikes after every use before storing them.

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FAQ’s About Spiked Epoxy Shoes

  • Who is this product for?

    These spike sandals are for anyone that installs epoxy floors. DIY home improvement specialists and contractors both wear the same shoes. There is no difference.

  • How do you use spiked shoes for epoxy?

    This part is pretty simple, just open up the nylon straps and insert your work booth into the spiked shoe. Once you have your boot inside the spiked shoe, simply make sure that the heel of your boot is fixed up against the plastic backstop of the sandal. After that, strap the two nylon straps over your boot and make sure the plastic lock is shut. After that, you are ready to walk over your epoxy floor. Don’t run in these shoes, walk carefully. It isn’t quite like walking on stilts, but you still haveto be careful.

Joseph Scaduto

Joseph is a professional floor installer that has been in the resinous and epoxy industry for many years. Joe was certified to install epoxy floors by xtreme polishing systems in Florida and runs infinity epoxy floors in long island.