What is the best product to seal a concrete driveway?

What is the best product to seal a concrete driveway?

The best type of acrylic is a virgin or pure acrylic resin. These sealers will last longer than styrene acrylics, with no yellowing. Other types of topical sealers for driveways are polyurethanes, epoxies and penetrating resins.

What is good to seal concrete cracks?

Wide cracks in concrete are best patched and sealed with a concrete patching compound. Smaller cracks, less than 1/4 inch wide, can be repaired with a concrete caulk or liquid filler. Patching compounds typically are mixed with water and applied with a trowel.

What to use for sealing concrete cracks?

For cracks less than one half inch wide, several caulk and sealant options are available. Simply caulk the crack, then use a trowel to spread the caulk evenly. A caulking option will dry quickly, within a couple of hours. For deeper cracks, we recommend using an epoxy sealant.

How much does it cost to replace a 2 car garage floor?

At the time of publication, the average cost of concrete for a 400-square foot slab, the typical size for a two-car garage, ranges between $583 and $637 or between $1.

Which is better epoxy or polyurethane?

Generally, a polyurethane floor coating is highly flexible and elastic, while epoxy flooring is harder and more brittle. This makes polyurethane coatings more resistant to scratches and similar damage and is why you'll often find urethane resin floors in heavy traffic areas – such as multi-storey car parks.

Can I put polyurethane over epoxy?

Epoxy with two-part polyurethane varnish Two to three coats of epoxy also provide a stable base for clear two-part polyurethane finishes. Applied over epoxy, they perform beautifully together and outlast either coating used by itself.

Can I put two part epoxy over polyurethane?

We do not recommend putting the epoxy over water-based polyurethane. The epoxy could cause the water-based polyurethane to wrinkle or soften. Also, Epoxy does not stick very well to water-based polyurethanes and you could end up with fisheyes (epoxy pushing away from the surface).

How warm does it have to be to epoxy garage floor?

To apply an epoxy garage floor coating, a minimum temperature of 50-55° F (10-13° C) is required. Urethane garage floor coatings require a minimum temperature of 40° F (4° C) to be applied.