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QUIKCRETE vs competitors

Posted by archie123 (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 17, 12 at 13:03

We are in the process of completing an interior work area and want to have epoxy paint on the concrete floor. How does QUIKRETE compare to the competition. We will be washing the floor. Not power washing.

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RE: QUIKCRETE vs competitors

If you are referring to the 2 part epoxy product, I suggest you point your browser to and the "Flooring" discussion. While it mostly covers garage floors, the same "principles" apply to any concrete floor. Lots of good info and help from the folks on that forum.

I used Quikcrete 2 part epoxy on the "3 and 4 ft wide steps" in my garage and am satisfied with the results. The key is prep, prep, prep. Because of all the stuff on the rest of the garage floor, I used a wet vac to suck up the wash water and acid etch. I rinsed a couple of times so that when dry I could run my fingers over the concrete and not pick up any residue.

Here is a link that might be useful: Garage Journal

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