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I've come to this conclusion. If you're going to use the shop as a shop, leave it bare concrete.

I did a lot of research on coatings when I did my shop. Every coating needs to be taken care of, or gets slippery, or limits what you can do on it. In the end I just left the concrete as is.

Did they use a power trowel on your slab? Those seem to leave a better surface behind. I think there was 4 guys riding them around on my slab when I had it poured (my shop is the same size as yours).
 

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This is pretty much where I ended up. Mostly because I ran out of time an have to begin moving thing in. I did have them power trowel it smooth, figuring I wanted it at least to be easy to sweep. I hope I don't fall and bust my butt too much.
Mine isn't slippery at all when wet. I don't have any places where lots of oil has soaked in either though.........yet.
 
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