> Anyone have any ideas were I could learn the answer?
Call a real paint store.
But they'll tell you what you don't want to hear - for the epoxy to
really bond with the floor, it needs some "tooth". You get that
tooth by grinding or etching.
BTW, I tried painting my new concrete floor with a good quality epoxy
and had dismal results. I followed the directions, did everything right,
and the stuff just never set - it came up in sheets. I was so disgusted
that I paid to have it done - at about $3/sq ft (a fairly good price
here in the SF Bay Area) I am still ecstatic about the results. They
diamond ground the floor, put down three layers of paint and a
urethane finish. The urethane layer shows scratches but cleans up
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