The painting is a popular coating garage floor epoxy because it’s incredibly resistant under intense pressure. Unfortunately, this same quality makes it almost impossible to remove using only friction. If you want to remove a layer of epoxy the floor of your garage, you have to apply one or more washes of acid to the surface. Open the garage door for ventilation. Use acid-resistant goggles, coveralls, gloves, boots and a mask with filter grade acid. Moisten the garage floor lightly with a hose. Any accumulation of water dried with towels.
Add a gallon of water (3.7 L) cubed of 5 gallons (18.9 l). Slowly mix 12 ounces of muriatic acid (340 g) using a long-handled brush. Do not add acid to the bucket before adding the water, as this may cause splashing of acid container. Apply the acid solution garage floor epoxy coating with a long-handled brush. Acid not pour directly on the surface. Let it settle for 10 minutes.
It neutralizes acid generously scattering baking soda on the surface. Let sit for five minutes and then rinse the surface with a hose. Rinse any remaining garage floor epoxy concentrating high water pressure on him, using the pressure washer. Add a gallon of water (3.7 L) at the 5-gallon bucket of acid (18.9 l). Stir the baking soda until the contents have no effervescence.