For raw concrete I would go with either Bio Poly Natural or NanoTech.
If professional grade concrete floor prep cannot be done then I would use Bio Poly Natural.
With that product the concrete just needs to be raw, absorptive so it can soak in.
That makes a real nice finish that is easy to apply, maintain and it doesn’t run the risk of peeling.
If prep isn’t done right, concrete that is painted will risk peeling issues. On some floors that can be pretty messy.
If prep is done right, then NanoTech is awesome and can achieve some really bright colors on concrete.
It’s also possible to achieve a painted like surface with NanoTech, although it is stronger than paint.
Sometimes people just paint Clear Skies over concrete and then apply a coat or two of NanoTech Clear 00 on top of that.
I did this on one of my floors, just because I didn’t really want to fuss with prep, was in a hurry and wanted paint.
It came out looking great but after the dogs took to it I had to touch up on area. After that it was fine. So… these are the things I would consider beyond color.
The colors that are offered online can be put into either product.
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