There are many things to keep in mind of when it comes down to peeling and lifting paint in the garage. Peeling garage floor paint is the worst, and it is typically better to have no paint at all at this point. Dusty and dirty garage floors are accepted, because after this is normal but when the paint starts peeling, it is hideous and not a good thing to have in your garage. However, there are new kinds of technology out there that will prevent your garage concrete flooring coating from peeling away and coming up.
This type of epoxy coating is very resistance to just about everything such as floods, oil, snow, and also the rain of course. The reason for the resistance in the epoxy is because it comes in two different parts, unlike a conventional paint. When you mix the epoxy, it will begin to catalyze, and it will change from a regular liquid and turn into a solid permanently; while paint is usually based on solvent or water and can evaporate.
Epoxy coatings are designed to be resistant against dissolving. However, they are also excellent for issues such as chipping, peeling, and also blistering. Solvents and water will have zero effect on a sealed up surface that has epoxy.
Many new buildings are using epoxy floor coatings because they will not have to worry about it peeling or getting damaged in the future. Not only is this coating used in garage, but it can also be used inside of the home and also on the deck patio as well.
When you are applying the coating to the floors, preparation is the key to success. If you want the coating to stay there forever, then you need to prepare the floor properly. Naturally, if the substrate crumbles or moves, your surface will move with it. You will want to ensure that the floor is completely and totally clean before applying the epoxy. If you do not clean the floor or there are still latents on the floor, then eventually the epoxy will break free from your floor.
If you are interested in getting some top notch concrete floor coating, then you should not look any further than AAA Concreting, who can help you with all your epoxy coating requirements. So if you have peeling paint, it is time to consider epoxy.