Has your garage epoxy floor coating been damaged by a something heavy dragging across it, large heavy tool dropping, or a nasty chemical left sitting forgotten for months. There are many reason your garage floor coating could have been damaged and there are a few repair techniques I’d like to share with you on how you can fix it. Here is a video where I show you some of the materials and equipment you will need, and also the techniques I use to repair a damaged garage epoxy floor coating.
Additional Garage Floor Coating Repair Tips:
I’ve had good success with thinning the base product with a compatible solvent so it becomes more self leveling. Then I flood the repair spot (adding slowing) until flush with the surrounding coating. I use a 1 1/2″ brush to work the flow into the repair and edges. If the base coat is too thick, you may have to do this in two pours. Once the epoxy has cured, a light sanding (240 grit) then top coat the entire section ….. the repair is virtually invisible. You will have to check with the product manufacturer to see if there is a solvent you can safely cut the base with. I used Xylol with my many of my products.
Good luck on your Garage Floor Repair and be sure to leave a comment below if you have some great tips to add.