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    Default garage floor crumbling

    Over the years snow/salt have damaged the concrete floor. Think its called spalled concrete. A jackhammer will damage the foundation of the house. How can we clean up or cover the loose concrete to epoxy or somehow refinish the floor. Thanks

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    Default Re: garage floor crumbling

    Here'sacouple of links to some products that may fit the bill........

    http://www.quikrete.com/AtHome/ConcreteResurfacer.asp

    http://www.superior-industries.com/r...oduct_160.html
    "" an ounce of perception -- a pound of obscure "
    - Rush

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    Default Re: garage floor crumbling

    THANKS for quick reply, passed info to my son...........

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    Default Re: garage floor crumbling

    Do you let a salt laden car thaw there in the winter? That would
    explain cause, as to how to stop it, if that is the case cover it,
    stop doing that or at least wash the car off before garaging it (I've
    lived in cold places and know how impractical that is.) Even hosing
    the garage out is a bit impractical as the driveway would then become
    sheet ice. As to how to fix it, pouring a new one over it would work,
    unless you are unwilling to give up height inside...
    Defeat is not bitter unless you swallow it.

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