You've finally got the tools hanging neatly on an outlined pegboard, and all the paint is organized in carefully labeled cabinets. But now the car is jealous, sitting like a lump on the oily, dirty concrete slab. A colorful, shiny epoxy floor coating will have you—and your car—feeling like you're driving into a showroom every time you come home.
Epoxy resists oil stains, beads water, and wipes clean like a kitchen counter. Color chips and custom paint colors hide annoying imperfections in the concrete, and antiskid additives give you the grip you need on a snowy day. As This Old House
technical editor Mark Powers shows in How to Epoxy-Coat a Garage Floor
, you just need a weekend to sweep the dirt out and paint the epoxy on.