How well epoxy serves on your commercial kitchen floors depends on how you apply it. The process involves understanding the properties of your concrete surfaces, preparing epoxy, and applying it in the best conditions possible. Take note that this is not a rushed process, be keen, and follow guidelines as highlighted on the epoxy packaging.
Avoid using epoxy in environments that are too warm because this causes bubbling of the applied epoxy, which eventually leads to peeling. You cannot use epoxy on an already polished concrete surface. You also want to repair your concrete first, remove all the dust, scrub the loose debris, wipe away grease to get a functional epoxy floor that can last years.