So I just had the barn floor slab poured today. It took 35 yards for 2800 sq ft.
I sprayed on a curing compound and now need to decide what I will do next month for sealing after I reach the 28 day cure mark.
What are the recommendations on sealing of indoor slabs?
On my last barn, I used Sherwin Williams Armorseal, but it didnt last more than a year before I had problems, even with acid etching. Additionally, it is expensive. For the 1700 sq ft I used it on, I spent over $500.
My goal is the ensure the floor lasts a rather long time and not have to worry about big stains from the tractor or other equipment that will leak either hydraulic oil, engine oil or diesel fuel.
we'd pick silicone siloxane OR eliteCrete's ' CSS ',,, CSS mtl cost's about $.15sf - current $ list,,, think you'll have to press/wsh 1st stuff but ck w/your distributor,,, no sealer lasts forever imn-s-hfo