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    Re: Acid stained concrete with clear coat

    How slick does it get wen it gets wet???


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    Re: What's the best garage floor coating?

    I am coating a 38x48 new garage.
    UCoatIt says their stuff is resistant to weld splatter. Anyone have any experience with that?
    Thanks!

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    Re: What's the best garage floor coating?

    I used a product called Spreadstone. A rollable, tintable acrylic stone coating. Then sealed with epoxy sealer (2 coats). Very hard and durable. Product is from Daich Coatings and available at many hardware stores including True Value.

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    Re: What's the best garage floor coating?

    Modular flooring is by far the #1 choice for residential garages. You can see a full line of high quality USA made garage floor tiles at www.bigfloors.com

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    Re: Just Did U Coat It

    What a joke dollar a square foot.

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    Re: What's the best garage floor coating?

    For showcasing cars and high-end motorcycles, I'd go for INSTADRIVE. Fast drying time, and they offer free shipping.

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    Where are you located? We're from the midwest. My husband and I went with an epoxy garage floor coating company that also included thermoguard. We were thrilled with the results. If you're in the midwest, I can give you the contacts. :) Good luck!
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    Thanks guys! I'll try to have rustoleum solvent based coat. Glad to see this topic.[h=2][/h]
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    Best coating for any concrete flooring project would be a 100% solids epoxy with a PAPS topcoat.
    Required steps: Grind Floor with 30 grit metals - Apply 100% or epoxy primer - coat of 100% solids epoxy - PAPS topcoat/ a urethane topcoat is also good.

    Products you buy from box stores a the so called "kits" are a joke to get your money.

    Your best to do nothing if you can't grind and use a 100% solids epoxy.
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    The standard for a tough, good-looking surface on the garage floor is garage floor epoxy.
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