So I have been wanting to do something with my floor. It appears to be unsealed concrete. The surface does need to be ground down in some spots because it is uneven or has concrete pieces attached to it. Right now it is fairly rough. I would like to get it to a point I can mop it. Every hunting season I get blood and bear grease on it that I will have to wait until spring to bring in the pressure washer and wash the floor like I have been doing every year for the past several years. It's getting a little old. I'd like to be able to mop up the dirt, blood, bear grease, and salt frequently so my shop doesn't look gross. I try to do all the salting and fleshing on a tarp but I still manage to get a good bit on the floor. I was thinking I would either like to have the floor ground even and smooth and have the concrete sealed so blood and such doesn't soak in. OR. . . have it ground even and then have a GOOD heavy duty floor epoxy put down that is salt and chemical resistant. That way I can mop the floor. I would like to see what everyone has done with there floor. What they have done and what they used. Pictures would be great to. Thanks.