09:24AM | 04/05/02
Member Since: 04/04/02
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i had painted my garage floor using the Behr 3 step process clean, etch, prime/paint. unfortunately something in the process caused my concrete to crack and to top it off now the paint is peeling. i have contacted Behr and they have run some tests and have refunded my money. if i want to repaint the floor do i need to prime it again or just apply the top coat? can you recommend a good acrylic paint that will not peel from hot tires?

also how do i patch/cover up the lines between the concrete? i realize those lines are there to support the concrete expanding. I tried using DAP concrete flexible filler but it is too soft and is like putty. can you suggest something, the house is 10 years old.

Randy Colin

02:01PM | 04/08/02
Member Since: 04/14/01
43 lifetime posts
hhendrix,i recently posted a reply concerning this subject.if you go to you will find a site that should help answer at least some of your questions and may also provide the product to resolve your problem. good luck.


02:12AM | 04/09/02
Member Since: 10/19/98
223 lifetime posts
I'm curious. What did Behr say was the problem?
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