Keeping your Coated Garage Floor Clean

In order to maintain a good looking garage floor for years to come, you must keep your coated garage floor clean.  Dirt and debris are abrasive and over time will scratch, stain, and dull the surface of your epoxy, polyurea, polyaspartic, polyurethane, or other types of floor coating finish.  Just like inside your home, hardwood […]

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Has a Garage Floor Sealer been applied?

Are you wondering if a Garage Floor Sealer had previously been applied to your garage floor? Garage Floor Sealers are generally transparent thin liquid when applied, so it may not be easy to tell by looking. Garage floors may have been powered troweled to a point where they exhibit a gloss that can be mistaken […]

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Paint Roller Tips for Epoxy Floor Coatings

When coating a garage floor with epoxy, polyurea, or polyurethane coatings, it is important to consider the size, nap, and type of paint roller require for the job.  Size Matters Epoxy coatings have a short working time, requiring inexperienced applicators less time to apply the material than they may be comfortable with.  With this in […]

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Concrete – Not Just For Driveways Anymore

Concrete is often thought of as a construction material that is used in purely plain manners .  Of course, concrete is very practical and cost efficient for things like footings, foundations, walls, slabs and other means of support and usefulness, but concrete can also be an aesthetic addition to new home or remodel.  Using concrete […]

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Quikrete Concrete Resurfacer, 20 Lb

A special blend of portland cement, sand, polymer modifiers and other additives. Designed to provide a shrinkage compensated repair material for making thin repairs to sound concrete in need of surface renewal. Great for sidewalks, pool decks, driveways, (more…)

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How to Remove Grease and Oil from Concrete Floor

If you suspect grease and oil are contaminating the surface of the garage floor, these surfactants must be removed before coatings are applied.  Unfortunately, grease and oils are commonly found on existing concrete floors.  Dark spots are one such indication that grease and oil are present.  A quick test is to sprinkle a little water on […]

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