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After everything is off the garage floor, give it a clean sweep.
Using a shop vac, get everything out of open cracks. The surface should be clean and dry for proper bonding.
Next, fix any cracks with an acrylic latex concrete caulk. Then, just smooth it out with a putty knife so it’s level with the floor.
When patching cracks in concrete, use a product with elasticity such as a latex concrete caulk with silicone. The silicone adds flexibility so when the concrete expands and contracts with the temperature, it is less likely that the crack will reappear.
A polyvinyl flooring roll is a perfect cover for any garage floor.
After taking the correct measurements, the floor can be trimmed to fit around worktables and cabinets just by using scissors and a utility knife.
To help lay the floor flat, use a push broom to force all of the air out.
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