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Old 11-15-2015, 11:15 AM
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Whoops. My bad.
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That's exactly what I'm planning to do. Currently lift shopping.
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lol that is a real garage! ^^^
no fancy floors or BS, just tools, split oil, and man-ness.
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No fancy garage here. Feel lucky to have two spaces living on the OC coast. One can always dream




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Here's mine after a day of diving
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963, what kind of floor is that? is that just polished concrete? can you give a little info on it, prep and condition before hand...
i dig your minisplit too
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POS garage here as well. At least the cars make up for it.

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Some sweet garages. Can you spot the 3rd Porsche in mine?

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963, what kind of floor is that? is that just polished concrete? can you give a little info on it, prep and condition before hand...
i dig your minisplit too
I colored the floor with H&C concrete stain and topped it with a clear epoxy finish. I hired someone to do the epoxy. I can't remember if it was water or solvent based stain but I remember being told that one of them is bad under epoxy. Probably the water based but I'd check that. The place was an old machine shop and had lots of oil on the floor so after mopping I wiped it down with xylene and a rag. It's nasty stuff which may explain the tick I recently developed.

I wanted it to look like asphalt. I rolled on a thick coat of black and applied a coarse spray of light gray through a squirt bottle while the black was still wet. You have to do about a 5'x10' area at a time. It's best with 2 people. Make a sample first to get the spray right. It takes a few minutes for the gray to settle in. It was real slick at first but is got duller and less slippery over time. PM me if you need any more specific info.
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