Screeded floor sealing options

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Hi, got myself an outhouse that has just had a screeded floor laid.

Just want to know what's peoples opinions on what's best to do with it.

I know you can get
http://www.wickes.co.uk/Hardwearing-Concrete-Floor-Sealer/invt/214270
concrete sealer to finish it off

Just wondered what other options there are.

I want what ever i put down to be the top layer ( no tiles etc to go on top)
so the nicer the finish the better.

any ideas?

Thanks
 
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Is quite hardwearing, the floor needs to be clean, hoovered and sealed before applying 2 coats. Will last for years. It won't chip unless you chip at iot, and why would you do that?
 
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Be warned a sand and cement semi dry screed is not a wearing course. Over a period of time the top will scuff up and any sandy areas will break out.
The only wearing course screeds are grano or resin bonded.
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the floor looks pretty solid. it was put down with granite chippings and fibres in.
To be honest i'm not too bothered about changing the colour really.
I just want to seal/protect it.
hence the wickes link above..
I just wondered if there was some other options i hadn't really explored.


Thanks for all the replies
 
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