Weatherbeater Epoxy Floor Paint

bshanleyAugust 27, 2009

I bought Sears Weatherbeater epoxy paint for my garage floor. I made the purchase several months ago, and probably can't take it back now. Upon reading the directions inside the box, its says that the paint "may not adhere" to sealed concrete. My floor was sealed about 48 years ago, but water still beads on it, as opposed to unsealed concrete. Thinking over the difference between may not adhere and will not adhere, do you think I should forget about it, or take a chance and maybe make things even uglier than they are now? Thanks for your advice.

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Christopher Nelson Wallcovering and Painting

It WILL NOT adhere, forget about it. Nothing is going to stick to the floor until the sealant is removed

    Bookmark   August 29, 2009 at 6:06AM
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