06:50AM | 12/05/04
Member Since: 12/04/04
2 lifetime posts
I need some advice on how to clean and seal my basement concrete floor.

My house is 5 years old. The basement floor is dirty in areas from my cats urinating. I need to effectively clean the stains and remove the odor so they stop.

I've found some cleaners but I need something that will do a better job.

Once I have the floor cleaned, I need to find a good sealer that will stand up to daily wear and use. I'm planning to set-up a small workshop once the floor is done.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.



08:05AM | 12/25/04
Member Since: 12/14/04
8 lifetime posts
You might want to look at Grase Lightning. Its pretty good cleaner and degreaser.

As for the sealer, I used some regular concrete sealer that I had left over from my garage. It still holding up for 3 years now. Just didn't want to waste 3/4 of a pail.


03:41PM | 08/28/13
Basement floor 42 years old. In good shape. Best way to clean and seal.


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