Well I just read a review that clearly was posted by someone that I think would complain if he had just won the lottery. If you follow all his post all he dose is put down honest companies and grips about everything, Honestly Granicrete is an amazing company that cares about all there installers and distributors. They pick up the phone night or day and are willing to walk you trough and problem or question you may have. Every products have there hiccups but Granicrete will always go the extra mile to find out whats wrong and if it is something they did they stand behind it and get it fixed. I am an installer with many satisfied clients, and I us there epoxy daily. If you know anything about epoxy you would now that it takes 28 days to achieve flu strength after that it dose scratch like any other product however you just have to use your aborlon pad and buff them out unlike other products that would cost you hundreds of dollar to have it machines honed. All concrete products have there own glitches you just have to know your product and work it out. Oh ye stand behind your client and take blame, or credit for your on work. Stop trying to find someone else to take the blame. I use Granicrete all the time and it is amazing product. In fact it is the first product that every items really dose what it says. I have been working with concrete items for a very long time and this product as taken a lot of the guess work out for me. My clients are happy if you think your going to get a top dollar granite for the same cost then the only one who is BSing you right now was the one who wrote the bad stuff on this site to begin with. I highly recommend that if anyone nows this guy by the way that don't sign his name to a bunch of BS. I would stop and find out why he charged you so much to begin with.
I have been doing with Granicrete International for over 2 years now. They have been an honest company that has always treated me with honestly and respect. Their products have always given me terrific results as long as all instructions are followed. I would highly reccomend them to anyone looking to start a career in decorative concrete.