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Old 02-10-2005, 11:26 AM
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Garage Flooring

There is a guy here at work wanting to put some sort of snap together floor tiles in his garage rather than painting floor ? ? Has anyone seen a product like that?? ...THANKS...DAVE

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Old 02-10-2005, 11:30 AM
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Only thing that I know of is the sticky back tile for your kitchen..don't think I would want to use that in a garage tho..actually I think just a clear sealer is the best..keeps the dust down and spills cean up good..

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Old 02-10-2005, 12:18 PM
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Race deck flooring
Pretty nice, but not cheap!
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summit racing also has something similar to the race deck system.
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we use something similar at the print shop where I work. It's sorta like really heavy linoleum (sp). Works pretty good for traction, but stains are a bear to get out.
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I think sear'sells a snap together floor of some kind for garages.
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Old 02-11-2005, 07:32 AM
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Just don't plan on rolling anything heavy on it. Same with jackstands. I have a vendor that sells a similar product. I have a few samples that I ruined with a jackstand.
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Not only jack stands-the metal wheels on floor jacks do a number on that stuff too!
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Old 02-12-2005, 07:16 AM
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Check Grainger and McMasterCarr, they have similar stuff for industrial use, not as pretty but just as functional....
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Real high dollar, jack stands and any kind of support for the car tear it up. Floor jacks and engine stands are a real bear to roll and you have to take it apart in sections to get to all the dirt that gets through. A real nice looking floor for the wife where no work will ever be done....
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Garage floor

I put down the self stick black and white tile on my floor. It is lasting just fine with no problems. I clean it up with solvent if I get overspray on it. Other wise just a mop now and then.....ok more then then now. You can see it in the garage thread
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