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Re: garage floor

Posted By: Phil
Friday, 18 May 2001, at 2:47 p.m.

In Response To: garage floor (Norman Lee)

Contractors use Epoxy to seal concrete floor, but this costs a lot of money. Rather than sealing, I use Behre concrete cleaning solvent to give my garage floor a "NEW" look once a year. A gallon costs about $13.00 and is enough to "etch" a two-car garage floor. It removes tire marks as well as rust by "etching" the concrete surface. It is very easy to use. Mix it with water as per instruction, pour it on the concrete floor, and brush back and forth with an outdoor-type broom. Then thoroughly hose down the floor down with water. You will be amazed at the "NEW" look. They also have solvent for removing oil that drips from your car engine.

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