Every couple of years, I seal my exposed aggregate driveway, but I have never actually sealed the garage floor. This year, I decided to do it first. I am using the same sealer as I use on the driveway which has a high gloss finish. This will make my garage floor quite slick, which I don't mind since my RaceDeck FreeFlow floor will sit atop of it. The sealer should help protect the floor from the damaging salt that the city lays down in the winter as well as aid in rinsing and cleaning the floor. The sealer goes on with a basic paint roller and the entire job took about 2 hours including the time it took to power rinse the floor and dry it with my Metro Master Blaster Car Dryer. After allowing the sealer to cure for 4-5 hours, I will pull the RD floor back in. Here is the finished product:
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