When it comes to garage floor epoxy preparation methods, you have two options: concrete grinding and acid etching. There is a difference between the two and everyone has an opinion over which is best for certain garage floor epoxy applications. To help you to make the best decision, we have put together information about both types of preparation and their pros and cons.
Concrete floors, however, need to be treated with a process so that the epoxy adheres to the floor. Without this process, the epoxy will likely bubble or flake off. Technically, home and business owners can either use concrete grinding or acid etching to rough up the surface so that the epoxy adheres, but concrete grinding is the superior method for numerous reasons.