I see on the market floor paints made from "1-part epoxy" or from "2-part epoxy". They are meant for concrete floors.
Epoxy is reputed to be very harmful if misused during construction. Anecdotes include that epoxy fumes, if inhaled over years and years, can form a solid lining inside a worker's trachea.
As a concrete floor covering (garage and basement), epoxy would likely be very hard wearing, but I'm wondering what kind of precautions are necessary to paint an epoxy-based product in one's basement (where ventilation is limited, at best). Are such products really meant for professionals who may go all the way to wearing an oxygen mask while working and the amateurs should stay away?