Upgrading my new Garage Floor - Rocksolid Gunmetal

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  • Published on Jun 19, 2018
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    The first step in making this garage the Ultimate Motorcycle Garage 2.0 is first upgrading this stock concrete floor. I decided to go with Rock Solid Gunmetal from Rustoleum. Let's just say the process was interesting
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  • Jaime Martinez
    Jaime Martinez 2 days ago

    Did u were golf shoes

  • Michael Burns
    Michael Burns 2 days ago

    Great job, learning from the experience is almost the best part. I think it looks great.
    Cheers.

  • TechMAP
    TechMAP 3 days ago

    I scanned through the video and didn't catch a price. What was the total cost of all the materials to do this job?

  • Joey Mac
    Joey Mac 6 days ago +2

    I do garage floors as part of my business. I forget how much I didn't know about garage floors when I started. Great job on this floor, you worked through the problems and now you have a great looking floor.

  • Cesar Alejandro Torres

    I have 2 questions, do you park your cars in your garage? If so, have you experience it peeling from the tires? Have you spilled any liquid on the garage floor after applying this? If so, does it peel when the liquid dry's?

  • Ray Delfa
    Ray Delfa 6 days ago

    Good job man, that's a tough job to do.

  • Assiniboine Archery
    Assiniboine Archery 8 days ago

    Gay

  • Robert S.
    Robert S. 8 days ago

    Junk floor covering

  • Niko Lacasse
    Niko Lacasse 8 days ago

    Usually this type of self leveling product we apply it with a squegee that is adjustable to leave a good thickness then we have a guy backroll and it looks much better then that after one coat and also would have done the sides before the floor

  • Jose Garcia
    Jose Garcia 15 days ago

    This should be labeled what not to do in epoxy flooring by donkeys😂 a real pro knows that this is just a money pit that everyone will fall into and why? Because you will be calling me or your local professional and guess what we all charge extra for removal 😂 prep was incorrect, cheapest epoxy in the market no matter how you prep it, all those oil stains? I would’ve grounded the floor down in two hours at most. Guaranteed 1 year or Less before it starts to peel,crack, and fade 😂

  • DoctorThe2
    DoctorThe2 27 days ago

    NOOOOOOOO poor bug in 4:39 , Im crying soo bad for it. RIP

  • John Conger II
    John Conger II 28 days ago

    So, on your palm sander- I'm using one now and I'm having one Hell of a time knocking the patch down. I'm on 60 grit discs and it only seems to polish it. The sander I'm using vibrates also- could that be working against me?

    • Alexlfm
      Alexlfm 25 days ago +1

      John Conger II A steel wire brush would likely be you next best bet but it would likely still leave imperfections. You may also want to try to smooth it out while it’s still wet with acetone. All of these products take a while to fully cure to be hard enough for sanding.

    • John Conger II
      John Conger II 25 days ago

      @Alexlfm I have an angle grinder with a diamond cup wheel and it's great for leveling the edges of the crack, but when I use it on the epoxy patch, it leave scuff grooves that I'm not sure epoxy paint will fill in.

    • Alexlfm
      Alexlfm 25 days ago +1

      John Conger II That would be because a palm sander is the completely wrong tool for the job. Something like an angle grinder would work much better. Random orbits don’t do much to concrete.
      If possible try to use an angle grinder with a diamond grinding wheel and slowly work it down.
      IMO sanding is not worth the work. These kits are crap anyways and the results never come out very good and always flake. Much better to pay a professional who has the proper tools.

  • wayne kavanagh
    wayne kavanagh Month ago

    Hey dude ...rollers are for rolling. Do not swirl... That is why it is not evenly coated

    • bazoballislife
      bazoballislife 25 days ago

      The directions they send literally say to "use the roller to put circular patterns in the coating (like
      applying wax to a car) to ensure there are no bare spots,". I personally did it the way you said it, by rolling, and it turned out great. It was brand new concrete though.

  • Old Mate
    Old Mate Month ago

    Love the rin tin tin hair do🤣🤣

  • Old Mate
    Old Mate Month ago

    You should have given cracks 2 coats first and then put your final coats on.

  • Old Mate
    Old Mate Month ago

    The steps to door don’t match?

  • B Cash
    B Cash Month ago

    When u don't know how to use a paint roller

  • Gjorgi Angelkoski
    Gjorgi Angelkoski Month ago

    Amateur job. Looks like bullshit. Sorry

  • Phillip Mccarter
    Phillip Mccarter Month ago

    Looking back I feel like a belt sander could have taken the patch material off better and smoother and primed it with a epoxy black primer before you applied the rock solid . I think you could have achieved better results . But hey you live and learn you did a good job for your first time .

  • Peter Tranquillo
    Peter Tranquillo Month ago

    That product blows.

  • dirty sanchez84
    dirty sanchez84 Month ago

    Always apply a primer in a solid color then metallic coating on the second day and an 18" roller.

  • Ego Planer
    Ego Planer Month ago

    You guys are just crazy, next thing sugar coat a toilet paper?

  • Jordan Harris
    Jordan Harris Month ago

    It’s nice that you’re having your husband help you'

  • Bo Knows
    Bo Knows Month ago +1

    If i had all that time and $, would love to attempt, but waaaay too many steps for me working 10-12 hrs a day, if u wanna use my garage for next video, id be happy to letcha use it 😉

  • Wayne Campbell
    Wayne Campbell Month ago

    You fucking suck I can tell you not one painter. Plus when you patched the cracks with the puddy knife you made it so much wider then it should have. That's why your work showed. Dude simple Henry culkin for that cracks was more then good enough. You went way overboard with how to paint a garage. It's not even that hard. The outcome of your job is really poor. I would delete this video.

  • Richard Edwin
    Richard Edwin Month ago

    Man there is a sucker born every minute!!! There are products available at Home Depot that do the same thing you are doing that are 1gal premixed epoxy paint, with the acid etching and the clear coat sealant with silica to create a semi-slip resistant surface for a 1/3 of what you have spent on all that unnecessary shit you bought. The kits even come with different color flakes to jazz the floor up. You must have had a red light sucker sign over your head.

  • Doesn’t Matter
    Doesn’t Matter Month ago

    Awwww When an I.T. Guy uses power tools for the first time lol even if the floor sander wasn’t what I was expecting lol seriously though great video!!! Please paint those brick stairs though.

  • Vinyl Landslide
    Vinyl Landslide 2 months ago

    Your ribbons that you poured were too small. Also I’m not sure if you used a squeegee or not, but you move a lot faster and that’s the correct way. As far as your concrete patches goes, we sell a primer coat for applying when patching is needed. It’s going to crate an even uniform finish. But using a squeegee is the correct way. Then you back roll with no pressure. Then swirl with your roller to get the design you want.

  • busa busa1
    busa busa1 2 months ago +1

    Used a different material or product the product don't sound like it to me that it was a good one simple I would not buy that brand name good effort good video

  • 00 00
    00 00 2 months ago

    A perfect example of why you should hire a professional. It has the half ass broke homeowner finish to it, its common.

  • Matthew Frank
    Matthew Frank 2 months ago

    I recommend hiring a professional. Not trying to be negative to this video, I understand he's trying something he has very done, and good for him. This would of taken 2 day, better outcome, better product that will last a lot longer, and knowing how the product acts with different weather and concrete, how to mix properly and the correct tools, is like night and day. The stuff from home depot won't last long and will easily scratch and flake. If you dont really care, go for it. If you want quality, 100% call a professional.

  • Daniel Russell
    Daniel Russell 2 months ago

    Available at your local home Depot

  • Stew Vlogs
    Stew Vlogs 2 months ago

    Thank you for making! Great job. Wow a lot of work as well. I know what to expect when I do mine now 👍

    • Wayne Campbell
      Wayne Campbell Month ago

      It's not even that hard I would do that in 2 days

  • Robert Wadlington
    Robert Wadlington 2 months ago

    Good video. It showed how much effort one would have to put in to get to a finished surface....might be to much for a garage that’s going to be covered with garage junk. I think a good point is to do this immediately if you have a brand new garage floor you are considering in the future to putting on a floor topcoat.

  • Bob Ross
    Bob Ross 2 months ago

    5:46 camel toe 🤔😳....
    🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Palm tree Guy
    Palm tree Guy 2 months ago

    Looks aight. I don’t see the hype. Should of mixed in other colors to make it pop.

  • NOBA TECH
    NOBA TECH 2 months ago

    I like the splash guard glasses are those prescription too? And where did you get them?

  • J. Kaminski
    J. Kaminski 2 months ago +2

    Thx for being so honest, it’s refreshing!

  • Shawn Kinch
    Shawn Kinch 2 months ago

    Am I supposed to fill in the contraction joints they put in fresh concrete?

  • Ricardo Chmara
    Ricardo Chmara 2 months ago

    Big JOB
    But the stuff NOT give perfect covered ...
    Unfortunate I can’t buy for me and NEVER will recommend to anyone...
    Sorry body ...

  • Hal 2000
    Hal 2000 2 months ago +4

    The real question is...why didn't the original concrete guys cut any joints...
    P.S. You know what knocks off those concrete bumps even faster? A sharp chisel.

  • Manny Calavera
    Manny Calavera 2 months ago

    Great video thanks for posting

  • D G
    D G 2 months ago

    That looks like absolute garbage....not done properly.....

  • Sal Altieri
    Sal Altieri 2 months ago

    Hire a professional. I charge 5-6k for these floors. I just finished one today and spent $300 just on extra fleck paint chips and covered the entire floor with it. Looks awesome. Hides all imperfections and makes the floor much stronger.

  • Alexander M
    Alexander M 2 months ago

    I admire the fact he finished the project, but this seems to me this is one of those jobs left to the professionals, its like getting your hair cut, yeah you can do it yourself, but that doesn't mean you should. I don't think the floor looks all that bad, too dark for my taste, if I drop a small screw or something on that floor I wont find it. Also the time it takes, is too long, I don't want to take a week vacation working on a floor. I just use concrete paint, true its not as durable, but touching up is easy. And a lot less expensive.

  • Gcal1956
    Gcal1956 2 months ago

    I probably should of watched this before I did my floor.
    I Broomed it , air blew it off and vacuumed cracks. Then poured this epoxy on and squigied it all over. Did one coat and the. Roller the next coat.

  • Howard Xing
    Howard Xing 3 months ago

    Great job!

  • Hamadanners
    Hamadanners 3 months ago +1

    Shouldve did a primer. They are rated for 200 sqft a pack. Always use a primer if you get metallic

  • Pablito Rentas
    Pablito Rentas 3 months ago

    Looks like title waves , just be sure to never pay someone gor a job like this !!

  • The Goat
    The Goat 3 months ago

    That putty sucks, I’ve used it and it doesn’t last.

  • micdonkey
    micdonkey 3 months ago

    Did the rustoleum damage your hose?

  • Wizkid717007
    Wizkid717007 3 months ago

    How much did it cost in total..

  • david smith
    david smith 3 months ago

    Dont press hard. Saved you 20 mins.

  • Glenn Tatum
    Glenn Tatum 3 months ago

    Should of primed floor, then put Rocksolid down Result would of been amazing and it takes alot more material to cover good. Rust-oleum needs to double up the material needed.... I did my enclosed motorcycle trailer it turn out amazing,but again it takes double the material...

  • cj18
    cj18 3 months ago

    you muricans like to paint your concrete don't ya

    • The Goat
      The Goat 3 months ago

      🤣🤣🤣 very true

  • Darth Father
    Darth Father 3 months ago

    That´s not a sander... Now, This is a sander! (like a dundee pull out a proper floor sander.)

  • ssvr6
    ssvr6 3 months ago +6

    I definitely learned from this...and ordered a RaceDeck tile floor instead. :)

  • MeS Details
    MeS Details 3 months ago +1

    That etch that comes in that kit just sucks. You would be better off using muriatic acid which you can get at walmart or lowes. It will allow your epoxy to last a lot longer

  • beau brummel
    beau brummel 3 months ago +1

    Concrete/cement etching = Muriatic acid, super cheap at pool supply/home supply hardware store etc. Painters tricks = always pre-prime patches to assure finish holdout and flashing. Multiple thin coats always. Overall it looks pretty damn good, well done.

  • NELSON PADILLA
    NELSON PADILLA 3 months ago

    Is to much shit

  • Kyle Go Hawks
    Kyle Go Hawks 3 months ago

    First step. Get a bigger garage. Second step put tools and equipment in the bigger garage. 3rd maybe think of the floor

  • Debbie Navarro
    Debbie Navarro 3 months ago

    perfectly not perfect! give your self credit, you gained so much knowledge and thanks for sharing!

  • Tj Gsomething
    Tj Gsomething 3 months ago +1

    Best "What not to do when coating your garage floor" video. 18:30

  • Bran X
    Bran X 3 months ago

    You cannot put down a "metallic color" without a basecoat/primer 1st(usually black)....Metallics are transparent. They allow you to see through the Metallic Paint into the underneath color. Hence why u Need to use a Black Primer(Black primer will make the metallics show up good). Just trying to gove a little advice. This Rock Solid product is okay for DIY garages etc. I prefer Industrial grade(But I also do this for a living in Commercial/residential etc).

  • jbarres80
    jbarres80 3 months ago +1

    Well at least ya tried and if your happy who cares what these keyboard warriors say

  • Tony Park
    Tony Park 4 months ago

    Wtf did I watch. Gdammit

  • Bret Smith
    Bret Smith 4 months ago

    Stop touching your face 4 one damn minute crackhead...

  • galaxy wolfs
    galaxy wolfs 4 months ago

    Hot tires will ruin this floor not made for hot tire pick up I'm always replacing rock solid epoxy floors keeps me busy all year

    • Daniel Penn
      Daniel Penn 4 months ago

      What do you replace them with?

  • Joe Gordon
    Joe Gordon 4 months ago

    Rustoleam? Etch first then fill cracks! Don’t listen to this guy!

  • lucabrazi36
    lucabrazi36 4 months ago

    You forgot the clear

  • Leggo My Ego
    Leggo My Ego 4 months ago +1

    I'd be pissed if my garage ended up looking like that, it looks worse than before.

  • drew kring
    drew kring 4 months ago

    This is why DIY kits are a waste of money. Hire a pro or just paint the floor

  • Cubanmofo 2
    Cubanmofo 2 4 months ago

    This is junk. Don't be fooled

  • Kendrick Chenier
    Kendrick Chenier 4 months ago +1

    i wouldn't have patch the cracks because its just a garage. but nice job.

  • Joshua Phillips
    Joshua Phillips 4 months ago

    I just got Finished with my 2.5 car garage kit and I think I need to go and get another 1 car kit of the ROCK SOLID and redo some sections as it went on SUPER light and I can almost feel concrete through the paint. The shitty thing is, I laid the flakes down already so now I'll have to paint over the flakes and then re flake so I hope it doesn't look shitty. I went heavy on the flakes on the whole floor so I think it will cover up pretty well. I think too that the parts that I did first were in some sunny spots so it made the dry differently than it was supposed to. The back part of the garage looks great though It's just super light and it looks off in certain spots. Ugggg Hope it will turn out ok.

  • mike toni
    mike toni 4 months ago

    I'm guessing this guy has wanted to be good at something his whole life but continues to disappoint himself.

  • aaron rhodes
    aaron rhodes 4 months ago

    You could have used the copper and mixed in with the metallic and made a marble design!!

  • Heath Weber
    Heath Weber 4 months ago

    Wait, let me guess. You posted this video in hopes that Rust-o-leum will pay you a pile of cash to take it down?

  • FIB Life
    FIB Life 4 months ago

    buddy.... those "swirls" did nothing but thin the product out on the floor and now the concrete is left unprotected in random areas, you can even see through it. If you absolutely had to have that effect, do the design you want as your first coat then top with transparent epoxy. Thanks for the vid though, sorry it didnt come out how you wanted.

  • Pro Elite 077
    Pro Elite 077 4 months ago +1

    What you should’ve done was paint thin layer of primer on the floor first to have a solid base dark color. Then paint the epoxy. Simple

    • dougie smith
      dougie smith 3 months ago

      thank you facts!!! you MUST prime it😂

  • john g
    john g 4 months ago

    Rustoleum has several garage floor systems, did you look into and compare, rock solid, and epoxy pro, etc..? Some use the colored flakes you broadcast into the wet paint.

  • MelPatrick McGrath
    MelPatrick McGrath 4 months ago

    Geeez bro wasnt that interested watching you with your balls getting squashed in your pants why u were squatting down lol saggy balls

  • Cef Gil
    Cef Gil 4 months ago

    Rock solid sucks is the best advice you could give.

  • Jeremy Cordingley
    Jeremy Cordingley 4 months ago

    Should have waited till day two to fill the cracks in because there was probably still water in the cracks witch means you’ll probably have cracks in your newly vamped floor and have tore do it

  • CrazyCarDude1320
    CrazyCarDude1320 5 months ago +2

    Sand the floor. Paint the fence next.

  • Brian Petterson
    Brian Petterson 5 months ago

    yuck
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  • Joe Anthony
    Joe Anthony 5 months ago

    look"s like shit. but ?.

  • 2 Shoes
    2 Shoes 5 months ago

    I think this guy missed shop class

  • Bob Ross
    Bob Ross 5 months ago

    0:52 Do you have pointed stilettos on?

  • Rainier Pomeranians
    Rainier Pomeranians 5 months ago

    one word.. primer

  • Chris Gove
    Chris Gove 5 months ago

    Adding dye to the patching material would’ve saved a ton of work.

  • Marco Saldana
    Marco Saldana 5 months ago

    What kind of power washer are you using? Looks compact

  • STONEYMAN22
    STONEYMAN22 5 months ago

    Great video. I'm looking at doing my garage this year. Do you think putting product down with a squeegee would work better?

  • Mach One
    Mach One 5 months ago +1

    Gosh, that doesn't look so good. Everyone I ever knew that used the anti-slip additive lived to regret it.

  • James Fox
    James Fox 5 months ago

    Wow, too much work for my old floor. Good job filming this and good job prepping that concrete. Anxious to see how it holds up to hot tires in a few months.
    Your compressor loves you. Turns on soon as you start talking. Mine do the same thing which is why I finally popped for a belt drive model...quieter.

  • MrShrabber
    MrShrabber 5 months ago

    next time tint the patch with light gray as simple as grains of charcoal

  • dodgeguyz
    dodgeguyz 5 months ago +2

    Everyone needs to remember.....it’s a garage floor! It’s not going to be perfect.
    With that said. I used Rustoleum 2 part epoxy in mine. The very first time the floor ever gets coated you will need 2 coats. I then redid it 10 years later and it took the coating much better. And I put the clear epoxy over it when I was done. I added the blue and black flake to make it pop. It looks way better and is much more durable than the first time I did it.
    I for one like the pattern you got out of it!

  • Richard Recchie
    Richard Recchie 5 months ago

    dumb ass you should never use that shit it sucks and your cracks will!!! come back

  • David Bryant
    David Bryant 5 months ago

    Things for you not to do....do not do anything remotely close to this again...

  • Ronan Rogers
    Ronan Rogers 5 months ago

    Too dark. What’s the point?