Cracked garage concrete floors are more common than you think, and even if you don't see them right away, the majority of these fractures are concealed beneath the top layer of cement.
Epoxy garage flooring is the finest solution to repair cracks in your garage floor since the epoxy resin serves as a bandage for your concrete, keeping the floor together.
The first step is to diamond grind your garage floor, removing the top surface, which will remove stains, existing coatings, and open up the cracks in your garage concrete floor.
The second step is to use a concrete cutter to cut out the cracks, which will clear the crack edges and debris caught in the fractured concrete. Vacuum the crack and blast any dust out using a leaf blower or compressed air gun to create a clean surface for the epoxy repair.
Third, after the garage concrete cracks are clean and ready for repair, make an epoxy resin paste and apply it to the cracks, ensuring the paste gets all the way down to the bottom with no air bubbles. If the resin sinks, top it off after you've completed gluing all of the gaps in your garage floor.
Following the repair of your garage floor cracks, add a 100 percent solids epoxy coating or decorative epoxy flake flooring to your garage floor. This will preserve your garage floor and keep everything together, avoiding additional cracking of the garage concrete.
Epoxy crack repairs to your garage floor are like super glue for concrete, repairing the concrete will prevent the garage floor from deteriorating. Adding a concrete coating will fix the concrete cracks and protect the garage floor, creating a nice and easy-to-clean surface to park your car on.