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Posted by CC® on October 17th, 1999 08:22 PM
In reply to Painting a concrete garage floor by Ed on October 13th, 1999 04:01 PM [Go to top of thread]

Clean your oils stains as best you can, baking soda left over top will draw enough out of the concrete. Then use miratic acid diluted with water (About 15% acid). Scrub the floor & rince it off. When it's good and dry, get a product called "Clovagaurd" from Cloverdale Paint Inc. ( I'ts none skid with out the old sand in the material trick. In the old days we did just that, added silica sand to our material, then the material wears off the top edges of the grit & looks bad. Two coats of the clovagaurd will do the job & will last 20 years with normal use. I use it in mechanical & maintanence shops in Pulp Mills etc. Stands up great. Hope this helps.

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