Published on December 11th, 2013 | by Henri


Restoring a pitted garage floor

Q.    My garage floor has become pitted from road salt over the years. I’m considering using one of those epoxy coatings to fill in the pitting and smooth it out and/or first using concrete restorer to fill in the pits and then the coating. What do you think of the possible outcome (looking decent) from this approach?

A.    Why not simply use a polymer-modified product such as Thorocrete or vinyl-reinforced TOP’N BOND? They are both one-step processes for repairing damaged concrete surfaces and should be easily available in building supply stores.

Just be sure that you remove all loose particles with a strong jet of water before applying the new mix and that you follow the instructions on the containers.

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