Written by Lee Wyatt (last updated January 21, 2022)
Concrete is a fairly common material in today's buildings. It is something that is used for walls, floors and ceilings in just about every new commercial building or private home. One of the reasons for this is that this durable material requires little in the way of maintenance or upkeep. Unfortunately, there is a slight problem with using concrete as a building material, and that is the boring gray color that seems to be the only shade that it comes in. Concrete floors need a slightly different approach when painting, than does walls since floors typically go through a slightly different forms of abuse. Concrete flooring can be spruced up, and at the same time offered better protection from petroleum product stains. Just follow these simple steps, and you are going to be able to have the flooring that you want.
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