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    Heavy Duty Floor Paint (epoxi).
    Nice and easy to retouch

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    I used the epoxy type with the colored flakes. I like it a lot.







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    I used citadel flooring... 20 year warranty, looks great but can be slippery when wet because I choose not to use the color chips. Probably going to change the lighting and steps next.




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    Has anyone got the garage floor done with spray polyurea, the kind of stuff they use for spray one bed liners? I was told it ca do a great job.
    Success seems to be largely a matter of hanging on after others have let go.

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    Ive always wondered this, maybe you can answer

    Pros vs Cons of polished concrete vs epoxy?
    East bound and down, loaded up and truckin',
    we're gonna do what they say can't be done.

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    Default What type of garage flooring is everyone using?

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    I have 3 boxes of the rock solid epoxy to put down. Has anyone tried that brand yet?

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    I used Rustoleum Industrial Epoxy. not the latex...Various 058 (Small).jpg
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    I went with porcelain except the area where the lift and tool boxes are is race deck. It has been about two months since finished
    and it is all holding up great. I would not change a thing.
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