Glidden Garage Floor Paint – As part of the project of organizing the garage, after completing the installation of the thermal insulation and finishing the walls and ceiling, the next step was the application of an epoxy floor paint. As you have probably heard or read before, floor preparation is paramount for the application of epoxy paints. For this application, the first two steps were to inspect the floor to make sure it had no sealant and a moisture test. The first one is very simple to do.
You simply need to drop a few drops of water on the floor, if you notice that the floor absorbs water and becomes dark, it means that it is porous and there is no problem to apply the glidden garage floor paint. If on the other hand, you notice that the water droplets are not absorbed, it means that there may be some sealer, paint or similar present, and in that case, you cannot proceed with the application. Another very important thing to consider is the weather.
The week I completed this project was sunny with a temperature around 75 degrees (24 C). If it is very cold, the epoxy glidden garage floor paint will take a long time to cure. If it is very hot, it will dry out too quickly, even before you finish applying it, take this into account before starting work.