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#1 posted 12-13-2009 06:04 AM

I did this in my shop and it is fantastic. I highly recommend it. A couple of things: First, go to Sherwin Williams and by their commercial/industrial epoxy. It is better than the Rustoleum stuff and it is cheaper as it isn’t packaged for/targeted to retail end users. Second, make sure you etch the floor with a solution of muriatic acid – you can get it at any hardware store. This will etch the top of the concrete to give it a bit more bite. You also need to scrub off any oil with a detergent, or else the floor will peel.


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