Rustoleum Epoxy Shield question

We are thinking of having Home Depot or Lowes finish our 6-year garage floor with their "Rust-Oleum Epoxy Shield" coating. The coating comes in 3 grades (1- 2- or 3-year warranty). The installation would be completed by their independent installers.
If you had your floor finished by a professional, please share your experiences. Which grade did you have installed, how long ago and is there any peeling.
Thank you. Christa Sobczak
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Why don't you just buy a 5 gallon bucket of concrete floor sealer. It's a lot cheaper, and the stuff goes on like water. Very easy to install.

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your results will vary depending on your climate and the moisture content of the ground. old concrete slab poured over gravel in buffalo ny will normally yield moisture rising into garage. maybe you are over a newer insulated slab or with a vapor barrier between your concrete and the damp ground? or in las vegas where it's so dry they don't buy rain gutters? year-round humidity of the garage versus earth dampness are the conditions you will be trying to overcome with this epoxy material, and part of the equation will be whether the surface is brand new or used or old and whether it needs to be etched first. throw down a big clear plastic dropcloth and check it after a couple of nights for dampness underneath it. this will help you to decide. more to read at: http://www.nbc11.com/exterior/1139973/detail.html
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