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    Garage floor paint

    Hello all,

    Looking for recommendations on garage floor paints that you may have used.

    Thank you!

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    Re: Garage floor paint

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    Re: Garage floor paint

    Epoxy but the key to it is to use one teamed with a Polyaspartic concrete coating. The ONLY one I would use would be to look into. Just like polishing the key is in the prep. Diamond polish the floor, seal up the cracks, use a proper epoxy that will bond to the concrete, then over-apply the flake, screen sand them down to remove loose one, but again, the KEY is the Polyaspartic Clear Coat.

    Not a task I would want to do on my own but it's available through suppliers. I would rather use a company as most all of them offer a lifetime warranty.
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    Re: Garage floor paint

    Quote Originally Posted by TTQ B4U View Post
    Epoxy but the key to it is to use one teamed with a Polyaspartic concrete coating. The ONLY one I would use would be to look into. Just like polishing the key is in the prep. Diamond polish the floor, seal up the cracks, use a proper epoxy that will bond to the concrete, then over-apply the flake, screen sand them down to remove loose one, but again, the KEY is the Polyaspartic Clear Coat.

    Not a task I would want to do on my own but it's available through suppliers. I would rather use a company as most all of them offer a lifetime warranty.
    Thank you for the info!

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