Garage Flooring, Part 3 of 3

We couldn't be happier with the end result. The only downside of a finish like the one we chose is that it's now much more difficult to spot nuts and bolts when I drop them. A simple magnetic brush will solve that, so it isn't much of a problem.

The new epoxy flooring will be much more resilient than the original, but we still have a bunch of the color chips and glitter set aside in case we do need it for a perfect match if a repair becomes necessary. It's obvious that the new epoxy is far thicker than the old stuff so I don't see it being an issue, but it was very thoughtful of Jerrett to give us the extra chips for safekeeping so we'd have them if needed in the future.

So here's the end result. The before and after pictures say more than I ever could!


Step one, scouring.jpg


Finished floor 2.jpg

And, with everything moved back in, it looks so much better than it it did!

To check out other aspects of what can be done in the garage, including tools, storage, and lighting, check out the rest of The Garage section.