DIY RockSolid Garage Floor + $500 giveaway

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A couple of weeks ago, I checked-in about the current state of our garage and declared that I was about 55% done with my “dream garage” plans with about 45% of the work to go before I could call this space d-o-n-e.

The bad news: If I’m being completely honest, I probably will never get to 100% of those plans because I don’t see this house as our forever house, and therefore don’t want to dump a ton of money customizing a garage that isn’t mine forever.

The good news: Although ALL of my dream plans for this space probably won’t be a reality, I still want to check what I can off of this wish-list and a few weekends ago, I did just that!

diy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-after-coatingWith the help from my bestie (I owe ya, Casey!! …. and so does Matt), we now have a shiny, clean, and NEW epoxy floor!! <—- I can’t even believe I’m typing that out because it still doesn’t seem real. This was an item that I really, really hoped for one day in our garage but wasn’t always confident would become a reality.

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Photo & Inspiration via Bower Power Blog 

We were first introduced to the idea of DIYing this epoxy coating when one of our fav bloggers, Katie from Bower Power Blog, DIY-ed her own garage with Rust-Oleum’s RockSolid Epoxy a few months back. We followed along every step of the way and couldn’t believe the transformation (you have to check out the before and after here). Katie made this project look so attainable, and we were immediately interested in recreating this look in my garage!

So that’s exactly what we did. We watched her tutorials, read as many tips as we could, and got to work planning this project. My cracking, stained, and grungy garage floor needed some DIY attention ASAP.

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Through our research, we learned very quickly that so much of how well epoxy covers rides on the preparation of the floor and making sure it’s extremely CLEAN and ready for the last step — the epoxy. So I spent the entire week following these steps in order to prep the floor for this Saturday project.

Here’s what the week looked like. *note: all of my prep work was done outside of my day job so some of these steps definitely could’ve been consolidated but because I was prepping after work each day, the prep took a little longer.

  • Sunday: Shop for supplies
  • Monday: Remove everything from the floor of the garage
  • Tuesday: Etch the floor (etching = fancy word for deep clean with chemicals)
  • Wednesday: Dry Time with fans all over the garage
  • Thursday: More Dry Time
  • Friday: More Dry Time
  • Saturday: Project Day (about 9am – noon) + Dry Time
  • Sunday: Dry Time… just to be safe
  • Monday: Bring everything back into the garage

I learned so much for this process and will be sharing these lessons on Thursday. If you’re looking to epoxy your garage floor, I encourage you to check out Thursday’s post for more details (aka I made some mistakes so you don’t have to). Today, I’m going to focus a little more in-depth on the specific steps to clarify exactly how we made my garage floor dreams come true!

Buy Supplies

  • Rust-Oleum’s RockSolid Epoxy Metallic (the box says 2 boxes will cover a one car garage, we ended up needing 4 boxes for full coverage) <– EVERYTHING for the epoxy comes in the kit
  • 5 Gallon Bucket
  • Long Paint Roller
  • Long Squeegee
  • Paint brush
  • Rust-Oleum Etching Solution + MASK
  • Hard Bristle Broom Brush
  • Fans (optional)
  • If you have cracks in your concrete, Rust-Oleum EpoxyShield

Prep Work

We removed everything from the floor of our garage and had to leave it out of the space for the whole week. We ended up bringing some of the stuff inside and storing it ALL OVER the place and we put the bigger/dirtier stuff (like the lawn mower) in the backyard.

diy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-before-darkOnce the garage floor was clear, I took our blower and blew out any leaves, grass clippings, spider webs, and general dust. I did this several times just to make sure it was as free from as much dust as possible. Then it was time for the etching.

Etchingdiy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-suppliesdiy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-etching-solutiondiy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-hose

I never knew what etching was until this process and now I understand it as a super “chemically” way to clean the top layer of concrete. I would definitely recommend wearing a face mask throughout this process because the intense chemical smell will literally take your breath away. My advice for etching? READ the directions on the bottle and follow these instructions exactly.diy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-etching-progres

After I blew out and hosed down the floor several times, I thought it looked SUPER clean, probably the cleanest I have ever seen it. After the etching process, I realized it wasn’t even close to clean then! The etching process brought a whole new meaning to clean because it magically removed a lot of the stains, paint, and just generally made the whole space look A LOT better… already!

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Now it was time for lots of drying. It’s important that the epoxy is applied to a VERY dry and prepped floor, so I waited a few days and added a few fans into the garage to make sure it was very dry when project day rolled around.

Fixing Cracks + More Dry Timediy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-crack-supplies

We have quite a few LARGE cracks throughout our one car garage so I wanted to patch these before adding the epoxy. This was a pretty easy thing to do. I bought Rust-Oleum’s EpoxyShield for $22 and followed the directions on the box to get these cracks patched.diy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-cracks-beforediy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-cracks-after

It took me less than an hour to get all of these cracks patched and then…. more dry time!

Applying Epoxydiy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-rocksolid-epoxy

Finally…. it was time to add the coat of epoxy! We chose to work with Rust-Oleum’s RockSolid Epoxy Kit in Gun Metal because I liked that it only needed ONE coat and I really liked the metallic grey color. Plus, I wanted a quality product that would hold up to traffic from our car, especially in the winter with salt on the tires.diy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-casey-mixing-bucket

My parents had their garage professional done over a decade ago and it still looks amazing! However, that project came with a pretty large price-tag so the option to DIY my own floor for under $500 seemed like a much more affordable option.diy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-progress-painting

Much like the etching, my advice to anyone looking to tackle this project at your house would be to READ the directions very carefully and follow them precisely. Once the product is mixed in the bucket, you have about 90 minutes to apply it so it’s important that you have a plan before starting to mix.

It’s way easier than we thought!diy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-casey-painting

And just like Katie’s tutorial suggested, we mixed the epoxy, cut in the edges of the garage with a paint brush, poured the epoxy on the floor in small sections and started rolling it out just like paint. It really is just like painting a wall but instead you’re painting the floor. We followed these exact steps moving from the very back of the garage toward the front until the entire garage was covered.diy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-paint-brushdiy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-painting-cracks

The only bad part of painting a floor instead of a wall is that once you have painted it, there’s no going back and fixing anything because you obviously can’t walk on the wet epoxy. <– this stuff was hard enough to get off our hands, I can only imagine what would happen if you walked on it!! #yikesdiy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-bridget-painting

The process overall was A LOT less intimidating than we expected. As long as the floor is prepped properly, this project should run pretty darn smoothly. The only negatives that we experienced was using more product than we expected (maybe it’s how we applied it?) and my garage did experience a few air bubbles. We did a lot of research on why this happened and I think it may have something to do with my garage floor (gas releasing from the ground).diy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-floor-after

Officially Obsesseddiy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-after-vertical

Now that this project is done, I can’t even believe it’s the same garage! It’s just feels so much cleaner and far less like a grungy garage. Don’t get me wrong, I still have A LOT of work ahead of me to bring this space to where I want it to be, but WOW… this was an amazing step in the right direction!! Plus, keeping this surface clean is so easy because I can hose it down and squeegee it out — I’m obsessed!garage-floor-beforediy-garage-epoxy-rustoleum-after-coating

$500 Giveaway + RockSolid Kit!!

So what do you think, would you tackle this DIY project to update your garage?! If you’re thinking that this is officially on your garage wish-list, today may be your lucky day! We have teamed up with Rust-Oleum to giveaway a FREE RockSolid Kit AND a $500 gift card to gather your supplies and get to work! We promise, if we can do it…. then we KNOW that you can too!!
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  • Adina

    WOW! ya’ll did an awesome job!

  • Lisa Brown

    I would love to do our garage floor: i would do the gray metallic with denim decorative chips, it would match all the cabinets and counter. Thanks for the chance 🙂

  • Lisa Brown

    I would love to do our garage floor: i would do the gray metallic with denim decorative chips, it would match all the cabinets and counter. Thanks for the chance 🙂

  • Katie M.

    Looks great! I love the look of the gray metallic and would definitely use that in our garage- it would make everything look so fresh and clean!

  • Katie M.

    Looks great! I love the look of the gray metallic and would definitely use that in our garage- it would make everything look so fresh and clean!

  • Jessica Shilt

    Our garage would look so much better with RockSolid! We have a workshop that has an old ugly looking finish on it

  • Jessica Shilt

    Our garage would look so much better with RockSolid! We have a workshop that has an old ugly looking finish on it

  • Brandi

    This is absolutely gorgeous! As a new home owner I will definitely consider doing this! Just have to examine any cracks I have. Also, I wonder if it comes in other colors…

    • It comes in a bunch of colors! Red, darker gray, blue, etc.

  • Swati

    What a perfect timing…we have been thinking of redoing our garage floor and the rest of the space for the last 3 months. This would make our garage look new and metallic grey is such a wonderful color…would go really well for us.

  • Swati

    What a perfect timing…we have been thinking of redoing our garage floor and the rest of the space for the last 3 months. This would make our garage look new and metallic grey is such a wonderful color…would go really well for us.

  • Kate

    It looks awesome! Are you worried about the gloss finish showing dirt more easily?

    • Not at all. Our garage looks so much cleaner since doing it, and it is so much easier to clean too!

  • Kate

    It looks awesome! Are you worried about the gloss finish showing dirt more easily?

    • Not at all. Our garage looks so much cleaner since doing it, and it is so much easier to clean too!

  • Thanks so much Adina!

  • It comes in a bunch of colors! Red, darker gray, blue, etc.

  • Sara Warfel

    OMG my space would beautiful with RockSolid! Your space looks amazing!

    • Thank you so much, Sara! I’m so happy with it and glad I pushed myself to give it a try because it’s been well worth it.

  • Sara Warfel

    OMG my space would beautiful with RockSolid! Your space looks amazing!

    • Thank you so much, Sara! I’m so happy with it and glad I pushed myself to give it a try because it’s been well worth it.

  • Stephanie Cooper

    Looks so good! We have been considering doing this in our garage since we moved in a few years ago, our space would look so much better with this!

    • Good luck!! And thanks for reading, Stephanie =)

  • Stephanie Cooper

    Looks so good! We have been considering doing this in our garage since we moved in a few years ago, our space would look so much better with this!

    • Good luck!! And thanks for reading, Stephanie =)

  • Erica Klein

    I love this! I need to give this a shot, but I’ll definitely need that crack repair!!

  • Lindsay

    Our garage would look so nice with this! We painted the sheetrock last year and installed some really nice looking storage, the floors would be the finishing touch.

    • OMG… your garage already sounds amazing! This would be icing on the cake =)

  • Lindsay

    Our garage would look so nice with this! We painted the sheetrock last year and installed some really nice looking storage, the floors would be the finishing touch.

    • OMG… your garage already sounds amazing! This would be icing on the cake =)

  • Sheila

    Looks awesome!!

    • Thank so much Sheila, it’s definitely a step in the right direction!

  • Sheila

    Looks awesome!!

    • Thank so much Sheila, it’s definitely a step in the right direction!

  • Allison

    That looks so good! Do you think it’s too chemical-y to use on a basement floor? (I have a 2 year old and one on the way, but I’d really like to apply something to our cement floor.)

    • The box clearly suggests that RockSolid can be used on a garage floor and I would definitely agree! The epoxy itself is not any more chemically than painting but the etching (cleaning) is VERY chemically! I would definitely suggest the 2 year old not be in the house when you start that process. Once that’s over though, you should be in the clear!

  • Allison

    That looks so good! Do you think it’s too chemical-y to use on a basement floor? (I have a 2 year old and one on the way, but I’d really like to apply something to our cement floor.)

    • The box clearly suggests that RockSolid can be used on a garage floor and I would definitely agree! The epoxy itself is not any more chemically than painting but the etching (cleaning) is VERY chemically! I would definitely suggest the 2 year old not be in the house when you start that process. Once that’s over though, you should be in the clear!

  • Hahaha you and me both 😉

  • Amy

    We already have something down on the surface of our garage, but it would be great to redo it! However this one is much more glossy so it would definitely transform the space! I also referred a friend who would love to do this to his unfinished garage!

  • Amy

    We already have something down on the surface of our garage, but it would be great to redo it! However this one is much more glossy so it would definitely transform the space! I also referred a friend who would love to do this to his unfinished garage!

  • Anne Weber-Falk

    Clean! My cave would look clean. We have so many old splotches from the previous owners and it would be nice to have the space looking spic and span.

    • Yes, I agree! I feel like my garage is “cave-like” too so these minor upgrades are making a big difference!

  • Anne Weber-Falk

    Clean! My cave would look clean. We have so many old splotches from the previous owners and it would be nice to have the space looking spic and span.

    • Yes, I agree! I feel like my garage is “cave-like” too so these minor upgrades are making a big difference!

  • Pamela

    I definitely need this for my garage.Thanks for the great tips and for the chance to win.

  • HeatherB

    I don’t know what my “cave” would look like, but my garage would look awesome with this! I have been pondering it ever since seeing Katie tackle her garage. Just can’t quite figure out where to put all of our stuff while waiting to finish the process…

  • Kristen Ayotte

    Looks great! Our garage needs a lot of work too. The previous owners didn’t properly prime the walls so all the paint is peeling off, nice huh?!

  • Kristen Ayotte

    Looks great! Our garage needs a lot of work too. The previous owners didn’t properly prime the walls so all the paint is peeling off, nice huh?!

  • Kathy Harwood

    Your garage looks great! The project looks like something my husband and I could tackle…and our garage could def use it! Awesome post and giveaway!

  • Kathy Harwood

    Your garage looks great! The project looks like something my husband and I could tackle…and our garage could def use it! Awesome post and giveaway!

  • Good luck, Pam!

  • Peggy

    Wow, the floor looks great…I love an organized garage so yours is giving me some great eye candy!

    • Thanks Peggy! I still have a ways to go, but it’s definitely a start =)

  • PAM

    If I did that then my garage would be clean, because we would have to clean it all up to paint..lol

  • PAM

    If I did that then my garage would be clean, because we would have to clean it all up to paint..lol

  • Kara D

    You will have to come back and report on how the floor held up over winter – I am VERY interested! I also was inspired by Katie’s garage redo. My garage’s floor is in far worse shape than what yours looked like though, I think I will need to use some sort of self-leveler first because of the YEARS of erosion from winter salt getting tracked in. But I’ll be honest, paying any attention to the garage feels a little silly when I know I have bigger things to tackle in my house (and then promptly ignore due to decision-paralysis! ha!).

    • Yes, I will!! That’s a great idea — I’ll add it to the calendar now! =) Thanks Kara

  • Kara D

    You will have to come back and report on how the floor held up over winter – I am VERY interested! I also was inspired by Katie’s garage redo. My garage’s floor is in far worse shape than what yours looked like though, I think I will need to use some sort of self-leveler first because of the YEARS of erosion from winter salt getting tracked in. But I’ll be honest, paying any attention to the garage feels a little silly when I know I have bigger things to tackle in my house (and then promptly ignore due to decision-paralysis! ha!).

    • Yes, I will!! That’s a great idea — I’ll add it to the calendar now! =) Thanks Kara

  • Rita Strong

    Our garage could definetely use this! We have a few big cracks that need to be fixed and there are random paint splotches left from the previous owner

    • Yes, this would help cover all of those spots! Good luck, Rita!

  • Rita Strong

    Our garage could definetely use this! We have a few big cracks that need to be fixed and there are random paint splotches left from the previous owner

    • Yes, this would help cover all of those spots! Good luck, Rita!

  • Lisa B

    Our garage got a make-over last summer and I love it! The one thing that didn’t make the budget cut was the floor! I would love to make that a reality!

  • Thanks Peggy! I still have a ways to go, but it’s definitely a start =)

  • CrystalLC

    I’ve wanted to try this since I saw Katie’s post. I’m glad to see you guys tackle the project too so I’ll have two resources to refer to. My garage would look clean and polished with this! And I’d be motivated to keep the floor cleared.

  • CrystalLC

    I’ve wanted to try this since I saw Katie’s post. I’m glad to see you guys tackle the project too so I’ll have two resources to refer to. My garage would look clean and polished with this! And I’d be motivated to keep the floor cleared.

  • Shannon A

    I would be aaaall about that shine!

  • Heather @Lunging Through Life

    Oh gosh I love the look of these! Our garage is just a disaster and I hate the ground but this would make it look much nicer!

  • Heather @Lunging Through Life

    Oh gosh I love the look of these! Our garage is just a disaster and I hate the ground but this would make it look much nicer!

  • Anita Meyer

    Wow. I would love to fix the cracks input garage and ‘paint’ It like yours. It looks wonderful! Thanks for the blog and giveaway!

  • Anita Meyer

    Wow. I would love to fix the cracks input garage and ‘paint’ It like yours. It looks wonderful! Thanks for the blog and giveaway!

  • Teddy

    I know a MN garage that is in definite need of a makeover!

  • Teddy

    I know a MN garage that is in definite need of a makeover!

  • Lindsay

    We have an older home with a tuck under garage that is BEGGING for some TLC! I think this looks like an attainable way to spruce up the joint!

  • Lindsay

    We have an older home with a tuck under garage that is BEGGING for some TLC! I think this looks like an attainable way to spruce up the joint!

  • Marianna Haggard

    So cool! I wonder if I could do this on my basement floor? 🤔 What do you think concidering the chemicals?

    • The chemicals are really just in the etching part, not in the actual paint. So you could definitely use the paint indoors!

  • Marianna Haggard

    So cool! I wonder if I could do this on my basement floor? 🤔 What do you think concidering the chemicals?

    • The chemicals are really just in the etching part, not in the actual paint. So you could definitely use the paint indoors!

  • Taylor Closet

    Our garage would look brand new with rock solid.

  • Taylor Closet

    Our garage would look brand new with rock solid.

  • This would be an amazing way to spruce up our space!

  • This would be an amazing way to spruce up our space!

  • Livivua Chandler

    Our garage would look like a nice man cave!

  • Livivua Chandler

    Our garage would look like a nice man cave!

  • Sara Kral

    I never thought a garage floor could be described as pretty, but yours sure is!

    • Aww thanks so much Sara! haha pretty garage floor…that is a first!

  • Sara Kral

    I never thought a garage floor could be described as pretty, but yours sure is!

    • Aww thanks so much Sara! haha pretty garage floor…that is a first!

  • Jacqui

    Very excited for Thursday’s tips! We are turning our garage into a kids cave! Would love to try this treatment on the floors!

  • Jacqui

    Very excited for Thursday’s tips! We are turning our garage into a kids cave! Would love to try this treatment on the floors!

  • Tiffany

    Gosh, I think if my garage looked like that I would turn it into a yoga studio!

  • Tiffany

    Gosh, I think if my garage looked like that I would turn it into a yoga studio!

  • christina

    I have wondered if this was an easy project to tackle…thanks for the how-to post. It looks fabulous! I think this would make our garage look fantastic!

  • christina

    I have wondered if this was an easy project to tackle…thanks for the how-to post. It looks fabulous! I think this would make our garage look fantastic!

  • AJ

    I have my garage floor epoxied and I love it!

  • Katy Glynn

    This looks amazing, I would turn the garage into a nice workout area if the floors looked that pretty!

    • Hahaha I wish I worked out enough to do that because I love that idea!

  • Katy Glynn

    This looks amazing, I would turn the garage into a nice workout area if the floors looked that pretty!

    • Hahaha I wish I worked out enough to do that because I love that idea!

  • Allison Hanley

    Can’t wait for the day we epoxy our carport/patio! It would look amazing!

  • Allison Hanley

    Can’t wait for the day we epoxy our carport/patio! It would look amazing!

  • The cave would be a lot more livable, for sure!

  • The cave would be a lot more livable, for sure!

  • Amanda Fenyves

    RockSolid sure would liven up my dreary garage…right now it’s just depressing out there!

  • Amanda Fenyves

    RockSolid sure would liven up my dreary garage…right now it’s just depressing out there!

  • We don’t have a garage! But with RockSolid and a Home Depot gift card, that would go a long way towards getting the shed I want to put in our side yard for storage and a workshop!!!

  • We don’t have a garage! But with RockSolid and a Home Depot gift card, that would go a long way towards getting the shed I want to put in our side yard for storage and a workshop!!!

  • OMG that would be the most amazing surprise ever!! <— Wife of the year award!!

  • OMG that would be the most amazing surprise ever!! <— Wife of the year award!!

  • Oh….. yeaaaaa, that does make sense, but I agree, it’s all new to me too!

  • Oh….. yeaaaaa, that does make sense, but I agree, it’s all new to me too!

  • Ali Celestino

    My cave would look amazing and presentable for parties, dinners games etc we recently purchased our home and have been making major renovations, the previous owners had completely different taste then ours.

    • A garage nice enough to use for entertaining is what #garagegoals are made of!! Love that idea so much!!! And good luck with the reno — that sounds busy but amazing!

  • Ali Celestino

    My cave would look amazing and presentable for parties, dinners games etc we recently purchased our home and have been making major renovations, the previous owners had completely different taste then ours.

    • A garage nice enough to use for entertaining is what #garagegoals are made of!! Love that idea so much!!! And good luck with the reno — that sounds busy but amazing!

  • Dandi D

    We would love to use this product in our family area in our basement!

    • Wow, that would be amazing!! RockSolid comes in a variety of colors too, which could be a fun touch to a family-friendly space!

  • Dandi D

    We would love to use this product in our family area in our basement!

    • Wow, that would be amazing!! RockSolid comes in a variety of colors too, which could be a fun touch to a family-friendly space!

  • Christina

    What a great look! I want to do this too 🙂

  • I love how it looks soooo clean! The finish is so much better than yucky gray concrete.

  • I love how it looks soooo clean! The finish is so much better than yucky gray concrete.

  • Kallie

    My “cave” would be 150% times better! I, like you, have cracks in the concrete and its all faded and sad. This would make me want to actually be in the garage! 🙂 Looks fab!

  • Kallie

    My “cave” would be 150% times better! I, like you, have cracks in the concrete and its all faded and sad. This would make me want to actually be in the garage! 🙂 Looks fab!

  • Jeannine B

    I might try using this on my basement floor when we finally get it finished!

  • Jeannine B

    I might try using this on my basement floor when we finally get it finished!

  • Donna Vyverberg

    Beautiful. I’m thinking of doing this in my basement laundry room.

  • Donna Vyverberg

    Beautiful. I’m thinking of doing this in my basement laundry room.

  • Laura

    It looks great! I would love to see pictures with everything back in the garage too – get the full picture of how dark and shiney it is

    • Yes, I completely agree! I need to get updated photos!! Thanks for the encouragement, Laura!

  • Laura

    It looks great! I would love to see pictures with everything back in the garage too – get the full picture of how dark and shiney it is

    • Yes, I completely agree! I need to get updated photos!! Thanks for the encouragement, Laura!

  • meghan b

    It would look so much cleaner!

  • meghan b

    It would look so much cleaner!

  • CMGray

    Wow – this would be really great project to do before putting our 30 year old house up for sale! Thanks for the opportunity.

  • Teran

    This looks so great! I would love to do the same with my detached garage. It is truly disgusting out there.

  • Delia Gibbs

    That looks AMAZING

  • Looks awesome!! So want to do this in our garage!

  • Jennifer Waters

    If only it came out that nice every time. Our bathroom looks awful now and even after sending pictures Rust-oleum can’t be bothered to respond.
    You space looks great.

    • Oh my goodness, we are so sorry to hear this Jennifer! What was the problem in the bathroom after you applied the RockSolid?

  • Jennifer Lynn Germain

    My back living room and laundry room are a concrete floor with a crumbling linoleum layer and this would be an 1000% improvement to it.

  • Rita

    Looks amazing. My garage floor looks so beat up. This process would bring life back to it 😉

  • KIRSTEN TAYLOR

    I am dying to do this to our garage! Cleaning everything out would take forever though

  • Holly Petersen Bingeman

    Looks beautiful!!!

  • Lori Richardson

    I have a garage that needs this makeover

  • rebecca coleman

    We’ve been dying for this in our garage but we’d likely need a ton of product as we have a big garage. I’ve actually been thinking of doing this in a bathroom as an interim to someday remodeling (it has a cement floor now).

    • Wow, both of those options sound amazing — good luck!!

  • Thanks Sarah, good luck!! =)

  • Deborah Ribak

    I would LOVE to do this in my garage! It looks AMAZING!!

  • Chris Ryals

    Great post. Would love to do this to my garage.

  • Jared Hundrup

    I’m thinking both my garage and shop need this treatment…a lot of work to do both but I think very worth it

    • Yes, it’s definitely worth it! And the prep work takes time but its not nearly as hard as we thought it was, which was a pleasant surprise!

  • Judy Leech Hoyle

    We turned our garage into my “studio” and boy I’ve made a mess on the floor!

    • We know all too well how that is! The spilled paint, oversprayed spray paint, and stains from just about any other project I tried to tackle in the garage were a big reason why I wanted to tackle this project in the first place. Good luck and thanks for stopping by!! =)