Garage Floor Resurfacing: Fix a Pitted Garage Floor
If your garage floor has been damaged and has many holes, cracks and pits in it, you will need to get it fixed. Luckily, fixing a pitted garage floor isn’t that difficult if you have the right materials such as concrete cleaner, crack sealer and a resurfacer. When fixing a pitted floor, you’ll need to clean the floor, find the deep pits in the floor and also remove loose materials. To fix the floor you’ll start filling the cracks and pits as well as use a resurfacer to make the floor look new and smooth.
- To resurface a garage floor you will need a resurfacer, plastic sheeting, a brush, a broom, a squeegee and protective gear.
- When resurfacing a garage floor it is very important to start with a clean floor and then start removing loose materials and finding the deep pits/holes in the floor.
- When working with a resurfacer you need to mix it quickly and then let it set once it has been smoothed out over your floor so it can dry up.
“Spreading the resurfacer smoothly is the trickiest part of the project, so it helps to have some experience with concrete or drywall finishing.”