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  1. #1
    lseguy
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    Garage Floor Question.

    Hope this isn't TOO far off topic.

    Anyone have a garage floor that they REALLY recommend? I have a one car garage (townhouse), and Im looking to fix it up a bit this spring. One item Im stumped on, is garage floor covering. So many options.

    Not looking for anything overly fancy. Preferably something that consists of those tiles that can be snapped together. Something durable, that can be broom swept fairly easily, that is a bit more comfortable to lie on/work than cold concrete.

    Any suggestions?
    Thanks

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    GrayGhost1
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    Ron,

    This stuff here is the bomb!

    http://www.bltllc.com/

    We use it here at work in one of our RF Screen Rooms. The screen room is 40 ft x 10 ft and it covers the floor to allow the robotic vehicles to move without scratching up the floor. It is very durable. I have been wanting to use this in my garage and will do it this summer.

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    LS_KiNG
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    i would suggest http://www.garagefloor.com/garage-floor-epoxy.htm if ur lookin to spend some money

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    Quik LS
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    anyone try u-coat-it? http://www.ucoatit.com/

    or

    Race Deck - > http://www.racedeck.com/

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    LS_KiNG
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quik LS View Post
    anyone try u-coat-it? http://www.ucoatit.com/
    i havent tried it but thats actually the stuff i was gunna get but i couldnt find the link and its not in my aol favorites for some reason so i found that other link but yeah thats the stuff i was looking for

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    02V8Sport
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    Frogman
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayGhost1 View Post
    Ron,

    This stuff here is the bomb!

    http://www.bltllc.com/

    But how well will a creeper work on that floor, I wonder...

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    lseguy
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    Thanks guys..Im checking out all of those options.

    And man..Sears has come a long way with their garage options. Wow.

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    GrayGhost1
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogman View Post
    But how well will a creeper work on that floor, I wonder...
    I will depend on which pattern you get. We have the coin pattern in the RF Screen Room at work and the pattern really doesn't stick up much. They have one pattern that is sort of smooth but textured. That would be good for a creeper.

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    Frogman
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    I've been meaning to look into some sort of floor protection. Right now it's nothing but bare cement. The only thing that I have a hard time with, is finding something that is easy to clean. I always spill oil when I change the oil in my vehicles. Even though they all have Fumoto Valves installed on them.

    And lets not talk about the cement being COLD in the winter time. ugh.



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    decibels5
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    Thats ^ A nice big garage. As soon as we close on our house, I will be buying a carport, a building, or building a garage.

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    SoonerLS
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    That's a nice piece of "art" you have hanging on the wall above the couch. I've always heard that threatening tools with firearms was a good way to keep them in line.

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    Frogman
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    OH snap...

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    Frat-man-du
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayGhost1 View Post
    Ron,

    This stuff here is the bomb!

    http://www.bltllc.com/

    We use it here at work in one of our RF Screen Rooms. The screen room is 40 ft x 10 ft and it covers the floor to allow the robotic vehicles to move without scratching up the floor. It is very durable. I have been wanting to use this in my garage and will do it this summer.
    I had similar in my last garage, it will prob outlast the house but it is hard on the knees and was kinda slippery when when...so to speak.

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