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Paint for a concrete breezeway floor

Posted by lov_mkitchen (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 15, 13 at 12:08

I've been roaming the net for ideas and colors of paint for a concrete breezeway floor. It will be above grade but will have heavy big dog traffic every day. I watched a short video for DRYLOK. What has everyone used? What worked?

I have a bazillion color ideas but first get the old inlaid ground off. I will have that done professionally and they will get it ready for me to paint.


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RE: Paint for a concrete breezeway floor

Drylock is not for horizontal surfaces

this might help

Here is a link that might be useful: sw concrete


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RE: Paint for a concrete breezeway floor

This video shows Dry Lok on a garage floor.

Here is a link that might be useful: DRYLOK Latex Concrete Floor paint


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RE: Paint for a concrete breezeway floor

That is a different beast than what I knew about, it should work fine.
Here is what I was talking about

Here is a link that might be useful: drylock


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RE: Paint for a concrete breezeway floor

I have the original dry lock in the basement. What I'd REALLY like to do is the old fashioned linoleum. It would better match the period of my house. Today's vinyl is too soft for the first steps inside a farm house! If Marmoleum wasn't so expensive..........


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