How to Remove Old Paint From Concrete Floors : Concrete Floors

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Before you can repaint concrete floors you’ll need to remove the old paint that was previously there. Remove old paint from concrete floors with help from an experienced building manager in this free video clip.

Expert: Dustan Balkcom
Filmmaker: Dustan Balkcom

Series Description: Concrete floors look terrific, but will definitely require a certain degree of maintenance in order to keep them looking their best. Learn about concrete floors with help from an experienced building manager in this free video series.

Comments

Bob Egbert says:

This is more like it, you should have had this in you application video.

TommyMcGuinness says:

and if the paint is lead based…?

Frank Javadzadeh says:

would this work for wood floors as well?

bramologist says:

Great help,,needed that,,thank you..AWESOME!!!

3carats says:

can it be removed with acetone or Goo- be gone?

Prussian701 says:

Oh SOOOO helpful, I’m sure most ppl watching this own an industrial sander.

bryanseva132 says:

You call this instruction? It’s not even complete.

Jennifer Coffman says:

how do you take off dryfall paint from a concrete floor?

Jeremy Cruz says:

This may work for a drop of paint, other than that, horrible advice. THIS DOES NOT WORK!

Giorgi di Lemis says:

my garage door has been painted few years ago. I want to repaint it without removing the old paint. Is this wise?

Dwayne Vincent says:

Buffing concreate floors to clean them is genious. Anyone who doesn’t see that is brain dead.

Maria Branham says:

I’m concerned about the lead content in old paint. Sanding is not the best option if the paint contains lead.

climaxhubbard says:

how to remove old paint from concrete? sand it.
i just saved you 3 minutes

Peter Mullen says:

Are you shitting me? 3 minute video, 2 minutes 50 seconds of meaningless unrelated bullshit, and the floor your sanding didn’t even have paint on it. No mention of what grit sanding disc your using. Whats best for what type of surface? What the hell good is this video to anyone? it took you a paragraph to describe a buffing machine, and a sander, “hello”. What were you thinking?

Gio 1958 says:

You just talk too much and no action, just wasted 10 minutes of my life

jack marin says:

what grit did u use?

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