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kuksul08 08-19-2012 06:57 PM

Epoxy garage floor
 
The previous owner of my house put down this grey colored epoxy in the garage that is peeling up all over the place and is a big mess.It has two layers, a white layer that touches the concrete that is kind of sticky, and a grey layer on top.

I'd like to remove it all and do it the right way by prepping the concrete. Has anyone here done that before? How much can I expect to spend if I do it myself?

GlockMan 08-19-2012 08:51 PM

$5 per square foot.

Gladiator tiles.

No prep needed.

:thumbsup:

kuksul08 08-19-2012 09:40 PM

How do you deal with odd floor shapes and jogs? Do they stand up to rolling a jack and lifting a car with jackstands?

Why did you pick them over epoxy?

Raymond42262 08-20-2012 10:38 AM

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Originally Posted by kuksul08 (Post 14664304)
The previous owner of my house put down this grey colored epoxy in the garage that is peeling up all over the place and is a big mess.It has two layers, a white layer that touches the concrete that is kind of sticky, and a grey layer on top.

I'd like to remove it all and do it the right way by prepping the concrete. Has anyone here done that before? How much can I expect to spend if I do it myself?

Can you rent a buffer and sand it out ?

GlockMan 08-20-2012 10:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kuksul08 (Post 14664603)
How do you deal with odd floor shapes and jogs? Do they stand up to rolling a jack and lifting a car with jackstands?

Why did you pick them over epoxy?

Easier, Nicer, Design, Easier to Clean, Softer on Feet, Can Take Them With Me.

You can cut them with a saw.

Don't know about stands, they are rated at over 250lbs per sq inch though.

kuksul08 08-20-2012 05:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Raymond42262 (Post 14665477)
Can you rent a buffer and sand it out ?

I'd be willing to do the proper prep to do it right.


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