SANI-TRED® offers one of the best garage flooring systems on the market, providing customers with easy-to-use and affordable garage floor coating products. Our products are designed to renovate, waterproof, and repair any wet or deteriorated garage floor.
Our garage floor sealer products are especially impressive. They can prevent moisture vapor drive from permeating up through the floor and into your garage for the life of the structure. Without proper protection, moisture within the earth can cause your concrete to become damp or wet. Over time, this moisture vapor drive will push paints, sealers, and other coatings right off of the concrete.
The unique characteristics of our SANI-TRED® waterproofing products have been specifically designed to withstand vapor drive. Our products possess deep penetrating adhesion, permanent flexibility, and are 100% impervious to water and moisture. For indoor spaces where mopping and sweeping are typical cleaning methods, we suggest a smooth garage floor finish. With SANI-TRED® garage floor coating products, you can transform your garage into a space that looks great and stays protected.
Step by Step Garage Floor Coatings:
The following steps will show you how to resurface a garage floor with SANI-TRED®:
1. The first thing you would do is prepare the substrate. Meaning remove any loose crumbly substrate, make sure the substrate is clean, dry, free of any previous applied products, foreign matter, and contaminants/bond breakers (oil, wax, fats). The best way to decontaminate from oil spots is to burn the oils from the concrete surface is to use a torch shown within our website. (How To Dry Wet Concrete)
While the concrete is still very warm (after using the torch) you can immediately follow the next step:
2. Prime the substrate with 1 coat of PermaFlex™ (240 sq ft per gal). Do this while the concrete is very warm and the PermaFlex™ will penetrate much deeper than it would if the torch were not used. PermaFlex™ will act as a “binder” within the surface of the concrete to lock the substrate together in effect “restoring” the substrate.
3. Patch and profile any joints, seams, cracks, holes, etc. using LRB/TAV™ mixture (Liquid Rubber Base, Thickening Activator). 2-parts LRB is mixed with 1-part TAV™ to create the thickest mixture possible. LRB can also be used by itself (as a liquid) to smooth/level any rough surface and as a membrane @ any thickness for extra protection, durability.
LRB/TAV™ “Round Caulk Bead Chart”
4. Topcoat using PermaFlex™ (240 sq ft per gal).