Repair Concrete Garage Floor Damaged by Salt
LESLIE: George, you’ve got the money pit. How can we help you today?
GEORGE: I have a garage floor that’s been damaged from driving in and out of – in the winter, because of the salt.
GEORGE: I was wondering if there was any way that I can repair that.
TOM: Sure. You can resurface it and you would use an epoxy patching compound for that.
LESLIE: Yeah. Anything else is just not going to adhere to the concrete surface and you – that’s really what the issue’s going to be is adhesion.
TOM: You can find products from QUIKRETE – Q-U-I-K-R-E-T-E – that do this. There’s also a website for a company called Abatron – A-b-a-t-r-o-n – that makes a professional-grade epoxy compound.
LESLIE: Mm-hmm. And the Abatron one that I’ve used is Abocrete, I believe. And that one is self-leveling, it mixes up very easily, you sort of trowel it on and it spreads out very nicely. We did it to do our whole basement floor over and so we covered quite a bit of space and it worked fantastically.
GEORGE: Really? Why, then thank you.
TOM: You’re welcome. Thanks so much for calling us at 888-MONEY-PIT.