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Indoor Concrete #2: Garage Floor

Blog entry by ConcreteLady posted 02-08-2019 07:31 PM 471 reads 0 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Okay so, I was a little torn on if this post should be considered “indoor concrete” but…considering it is an extension of my house and has a roof over it, I’ll go with it. Of course I’m talking about the concrete garage floor. So, here’s the thing with the concrete in the garage…there is no traction what-so-ever. It is scary basically all winter long, and pretty much through the spring, and I guess anytime there is any weather. Or spills for that matter. Well you get the point. It doesn’t matter if you have barefeet or winter boots, if there is any kind of wetness, you will be slipping and sliding like you are on ice! I’m not even kidding! So what am I to do when I have two little kids that love to run… and two dogs that love to slobber? And don’t get me started on the worry I have when we have our family over for the holidays and they need to walk through the garage for whatever reason. Okay so I’ll stop complaining and just say, whatever kind of concrete that is and the fact that its smooth and silk, is NOT the kind of concrete you want for a garage floor. So what kind is? And what is the best plan of action to get this surface roughed up a little? I’m keeping my options open, considering it’s not just annoying, it’s actually pretty damn dangerous!!



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