Nothing much. Unless you count surfacing the floor that is!
It took almost 4 hours, and almost every bit of epoxy from 3 kits (I might have had about 1m2 of epoxy left, if that. Either I went with a heavy coat, or the surface was significantly more porous after the acid etch. Not a problem- either way (and most likely both), it will be a better finish because of it.
I might have been a bit heavy handed with the paint flakes, but it is personal preference- either would be a good option.
Tomorrow I will apply the glaze, which will seal the vinyl paint chips in, while finishing off the floor coating (and it will have some non-slip agent stirred through- provided in the Shield-crete kit).
Video coming- once glaze is added to the footage recorded. Oh, and note to self- the GoPro does not change exposure settings during a video, so if you start a time lapse early morning when it is quite dark, the resulting footage will be too overexposed by 11am!
I would have stopped recordings during camera moves, but a. I didn’t know this fact before now, and b. while applying the epoxy, my hands became so sticky with epoxy (and paint chips!), if I had touched it, the GoPro would have become a permanent fixture!