garage floor crumbling

I have a home built in 1956. Garage floor is flaking/crumbling at the surface, mostly under where the cars are parked. I need to stop this effect before I end up needing a whole new floor.
I have seen some clear sealants that dry hard and can be layered. I was also figuring I could use some kind of diluted cement and fill in the pitting and put a thin layer over the whole garage?
Both of these ideas seem hackish, is there a product specifically made for this problem?
Brian
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Brian Dors wrote:

You have a 48 year old floor. It's too late to fix it. It's time to replace it. Sorry there is no easy fix. Oh yea, if you go to the internet or the hardware store someone will be glad to sell you something that they are willing to tell you will work. But next year, if that long, you will be right back here again.
The closest to something thing reasonable are the vinyl cement products, they will not work in your situation. You would just be wasting your time and money.
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Maybe cover it with a roll vinyl product (linoleum). Get something with a texture, not smooth. I really like the look of tile in a garage and it helps keep the house clean. You won't be tracking dust and dirt inside.
I'm just tossing this out - I don't know if it's feasable (or wise). I tiled the garage in my last house and it looked great. The house I'm in now came with tile, I think it's just cheapie self stick tiles but it works great. I don't think individual tiles will work for you but maybe something on a roll would.
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