Your Garage Floor in Colorado can be one of the most easiest areas to keep clean, providing proper concrete painting using epoxy floor coating, sealer, and painting is properly accomplished. Several steps are involved, even with new concrete, applying a new epoxy floor coating. New concrete needs to have a moisture content test performed after pressure washing. Once dried, and thoroughly dust free, typically most epoxy coatings suggest and recommend first epoxy coating as primer coat, being very light, say 1-2 mills dry. Once concrete floor coating is dried, second and final coat is applied much thicker floor coating, normally 9-12 mills thick. Many concrete floor paint epoxy kits include a decorative flake coating applied by broadcasting on wet final coat.
Some owners who take great pride within garages, choose going one step further, applying a clear garage floor sealer coating, protecting decorative flake finish. Going all three steps insure a slick, easy to clean garage floor, especially in Colorado, where during winter months, can get quite dirty from melting road ice on cars. Most major paint manufactures from Sherwin-Williams Paint to Behr Paint provide these garage paint floor coatings, and can vary in cost around 15% depending on monthly specials. Generally, every kit consisting of 1 gallon epoxy floor coating, and 1 gallon of hardener. These two gallons will cover one single car garage with normal depth of 24 feet deep. Following mixing instructions are very critical, for maximum bonding properties. Pay close attention letting both parts "Sweat In", mixing both products, leaving alone for usually 15-20 minutes.
Should a professional take on garage paint project, Eco Paint can certainly assist, completing job from start to finish.