Sealant for new garage floor?

New garage, concrete floor - would like to find a quick and easy way of sealing it to avoid the usual dust.
Someone mentioned there was some stuff you could just mix with water put on with a watering can. Can anyone help with a bit ore detail or general advice please?
Many thanks.
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On 25 Jun 2005 16:14:31 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@easy.com wrote:

If you are just trying to keep dust down and not to improve the surface, then you can use PVA (e.g. Unibond) diluted about at a rate of about one part PVA to 5 of water. Cost under 10.
For something a bit better, a simple garage floor paint would be reasonable. Cost should be under 50.
For something pretty good, then a two part epoxy floor paint. Requires a sealer coat then two top coats for a proper job. Cost around 150-200.
All for double garage size.
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Hi

Needs to be over 2 weeks old. There are concrete hardeners based on Sodium Silicate and Magnesium Fluorosilicate which cause a surface change in the concrete. Just spray or water on.
Fairly cheap but only for light traffic.
Dave
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snipped-for-privacy@easy.com writes

Spray it with an acrylic in-surface seal like Proseal, this cures, seals hardens and dustproofs the concrete.
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