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Question DetailsAsked on 5/3/2011

jkg
Garage floor coating

I am interested in having my 2-car garage floor coated in that vinyl stuff, as the 'garagefloorcoating' people sell. We did a do it yourself version a few years ago but it has peeled off where the salt dripped from the tires. Is the expensive stuff really good and how expensive is it?

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Hi jkg,

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Answered 7 years ago by Paul from Angie's List

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Previously I helped my friend coat his one car garage with a garage floor paint from home depot and it started peeling within the first few months of winter. Recently we replaced his garage flooring paint with a product from a website called Carguysflooring.com . They were a little bit on the expensive side but it paid off in the end knowing we wouldnt be replacing the floor again for a long time. The kit was really easy to apply and once it was done it left a great shine. One thing I found out when reading up on the product was that carguysflooring.com garage flooring kit was made from 100% epoxy and it actually bonds to the floor. Let me know if you have any questions or would like to see some pictures.

Answered 7 years ago by Derek

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Garage floors and durability have to do with the type of materials and especially prep.


If the surface is not properly "profiled" nothing will stick.


Rent a commercial floor grinder and use a heavy duty Polyaspartic as that will give you the quickest drying time.

Answered 7 years ago by Windows on Washington

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[quote user="Windows on Washington"]

Garage floors and durability have to do with the type of materials and especially prep.


If the surface is not properly "profiled" nothing will stick.


Rent a commercial floor grinder and use a heavy duty Polyaspartic as that will give you the quickest drying time.

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Thank you in particular!

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Your problems can be solved with moving company

Answered 7 years ago by mischelle

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USA garage solutions provides the garage remodeling solutions. You can visit the website http://www.usagaragesolutions.com to know more about the services.

Answered 7 years ago by desirecare

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Go for it because Garage Floor Coating is one of the best company. I have recently installed a new garage floor and it was really fantastic. I am completely satisfied with the installation and worth a price.

Answered 7 years ago by shane_p

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Garage Floor Coating deals great with quality results. I think the price is not so expensive but if you want to be satisfied with what you expect for, you will need to spend. My friend just have his garage floor coated with that company. Good Luck!

Answered 7 years ago by farrah7

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Choosing the right product comes second to doing the right prep work. If the floor has an existing coating, the floor must be machine ground to gain proper profiling of the surface so the new material has something to grip to. You can rent machine grinders from your local heavy equipment rental store and for a 2 car garage it should take you a few hours to grind floor to proper profile. Once the floor is prepped and all dust and debri is removed, you can then focus on choosing the right coating products. A less expenxive system would be to use an epoxy base with a urethane clear. This system will generally last 7-10 years. The newest systems out there use polyaspartic coatings. Many polyaspartic systems come with a life time warranty.

Source: http://www.allprocoatings.com

Answered 7 years ago by cbathauer237




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