There are many benefits to garage floor paint including having it look nice, making it easy to maintain and to clean up spills, unlike standard concrete. I recently used an epoxy floor paint designed for garage floors that turned my boring floor into a stain-fighting and peel-free surface. I did this project myself, and it took the better half of a weekend. I would recommend planning ahead and make sure you start the project when the weather is nice outside. Indeed many garage floor painting kits will not dry or take longer to dry if the weather is too cool.
Here are some supplies that you’ll need:
• Epoxy or polyurethane floor coating (paint)
• A sweeping brush
• A couple of clean cloths
• A bottle of concrete cleaner or bleach
• A high-pressure hose or pressure washer
• A bottle of degreaser
• A stiff bristle brush
• Some concrete mortar repair compound
• A primer coat perhaps incorporating a DPM or oil contaminent barrier
• A good quality brush and roller with an extension pole
First, you want to test how absorbent the concrete floor is by pouring some water onto the garage floor and see how long it takes to soak in. If the water isn’t soaked in and beads form, this means that the concrete for your garage floor was sealed, and the painting will not work. You will then have to resort to another garage flooring idea at this point if that’s the case.
Next, you should scrub any oil spots with the degreaser and bristle brush and then wipe the area clean with a rag. Make sure the rag is clean to absorb the stains.view full details from http://koin.com/2016/02/09/man-jumps-floors-in-parking-garage-to-escape-police/
Next, you should clean your garage floor with a broom to make sure the surface is smooth and ready for a wash. You can remove stains by using some concrete cleaner or bleach in conjunction with a pressure washer for tougher stains.
At this point, the …