Most of the metallic epoxies that you can find on the market require a 2 step application process so make sure you check with the materials you are using before you start the application. Today, we are going to be talking about the general application of metallic epoxy to get you on the right path. In terms of the tools you are going to need, make sure you have trowels, a squeegee or roller, and concrete edgers on hand to make the process as smooth as possible. You want to make sure that the material you lay down is as level as possible to ensure a smooth finish. Also, make sure that you know the limits of your epoxy as most have a “set time” and after this time the epoxy will be unusable after a certain amount of time, most of which set within an hour. When it comes to the metallic pigmentation, check with the material you check with your materials, some are mixed in during the mixing process and others will need to be sprinkled into the coating as it is installed.