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Any ideas on how to fix a garage floor that has been damaged by road salt? It's smooth in the non tread path of the floor but otherwise the integrity is too poor to consider top coating. :cry:

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I've seen several posts on using epoxy coatings. I am looking into having my patio done first to see how it turns out. Check in your phone book under driveways, patios, paving, etc..

Don :cry:

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Home Depot has an epoxy kit for garage floors. Of course, a single kit isn't enough for a two car garage, and a double kit is way too much.

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The stuff at home depot works great. It is made by Behr and not that expensive at all. It cost about $80 for a one car garage (add another $60 for a two car garage). It took me two days to finish it.

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Tony: Have you used that "second product", Muscle Gloss? It's expensive, but it sounds like you get what you pay for. It's 100% epoxy solids, not water based, so it say's it won't shrink... :cry:

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this is the stuff to use......It works great !!!!

Floor covering

or here

2nd floor covering

Good info there. Thanks for the links!

Look at the diff in price though. :cry:

Lowes $54.94

VS

MuscleGloss Silver Package $853.75 plus $159.00 plus $45.00.

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