Well, if you have a coat of paint on it already you can paint it again
with a little sand mixed in the paint to give it a texture that will
give better traction. If it isn't painted, it is not fun to prep it
before painting. You will have to scrub the floor with muriatic acid
and also try to get all the oil marks up. No idea on how to do that.
But I know you have to get all that up before you paint.
Acid wash to edge concrete than high pressure wash?
Put an old carpet on it?
Non slip self sticking strips?
2 part garage epoxy "paint" with sand for garage floor?
There is also a rubber sheet product for this - one is big sheet you cut to
fit and the other comes in large squares and interlock together.
Whatever you do don't use just any paint as most paint will not stick after
you roll over it with hot tires and then you track those pain chips into the
Muriatic acid etch. Follow with generous rinse and neutralize.
(top posted for your convenience)
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
DanG (remove the sevens)
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