Sauder Schelkopf is investigating a class action lawsuit on behalf of individuals who purchased and installed Rustoleum EpoxyShield garage floor coating. Rustoleum advertises this product as a high-performance coating that excels on the most demanding surfaces with outstanding durability. Additionally, Rustoleum claims that EpoxyShield “applies in one easy coat and protects against gasoline, antifreeze, motor oil, salt, hot tire pick-up and cracking—for years to come.” Unfortunately, and contrary to Rustoleum’s claims, many customers find that EpoxyShield begins to peel from the floor and cannot withstand certain chemicals commonly found in a garage environment. Properly removing EpoxyShield from a garage floor is not only time-consuming but can also be very costly.
If you have purchased and installed Rustoleum EpoxyShield and experience peeling of the floor coating then please contact the lawyers at Sauder Schelkopf for a free consultation by filling out the form to the right.