top coating concrete garage floor... Products/ Success?


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Old 04-24-17, 04:24 PM
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I have recently purchased a property which has a good sized garage. What I'm looking for is if anyone out there has used a topping product to fill voids and smooth the floor surface? It appears that the concrete truck was coming faster than anticipated, and the concrete started to (set up) before the previous owner could get it all leveled. the deepest non-smoothed area's are no more than 3/4 " deep, so I just need to fill those individually, then float some product to re-level and smooth the surface.
I'm looking at products from Sakrete such as "Top-N-Bond", and "Flo-Coat." Quickrete company also makes similar products... Any feedback, from some of you who may have done this is greatly appreciated.
Also, feel free to send me a private message if you wish... Thanks
 
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In conversations with local concrete supplier they recommended a product called TamSeal, it's an epoxy coating. I needed material for outside spalled concrete and they claimed it was only one that they know would work.

THis of course was for outdoor so might be overkill for interior use!
 
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Old 05-01-17, 05:55 PM
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Thank You for the suggestion of TamSeal. I have never heard of it, but will do some local checking to see who carries the product here. Perhaps this would be an appropriate coating once I have the floor pock marks filled and releveled.
 
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Has anyone out there used the "Top-N-Bond" or "Flo-Coat" products made by Sakrete ?
Would love to hear your experience with either or both products. Thanks, Rockinron
 
 

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