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02-15-2009 08:48 PM
blyne3 Awesome shop, Trees, but where is the lift?
02-13-2009 05:15 PM
grouch Sorry, Trees, but there are definite wiggles in the reflection of that light in "Top Coat Finished, Clear to Go.jpg". Might need a longer board and some 800 grit. Gonna buff it?

Wish my paint job was as nice as your floor!
02-04-2009 07:06 PM
eloc431962 thats one fine looking shop you got there trees.
02-04-2009 06:57 PM
roger1
Very nice

Just found this thread.

Nice job Trees. What a great shop!

The floor looks terrific. Glad I could be of some help to you.

I am anxious to see your pics after you get your stuff moved in.
02-03-2009 04:58 PM
trees Next week or when the weather permits bringing in the 37 PU.

Trees
02-03-2009 10:08 AM
1ownerT Great looking shop!
How long before the first project gets started?
02-02-2009 08:43 PM
schnitz
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Originally Posted by trees
Dinger, never thought about building an airplane so you have sewn a seed. But wait, I'm the janitor so I guess there will not be time.

Trees

Not building an airplane? I guess then it's a good thing you admit to being the janitor, because I don't see any medical board certificates on the walls....



In a while, Chet.
02-02-2009 08:29 PM
Rambo_The_Dog Looks great - you've waited a long time for that shop and worked REALLY hard building it - time to enjoy!

The foot prints are just like writing your name somewhere in the concrete during a pour!

I didn't put non-skid on my floor - there's enough Rambo dog-hair between the color and clear I'll be fine!

02-02-2009 04:41 PM
trees Dinger, never thought about building an airplane so you have sewn a seed. But wait, I'm the janitor so I guess there will not be time.

Trees
02-02-2009 08:06 AM
matts37chev WOW
do you need another son?
oh and daughter-in-law,and two grand children?
i guess id have to bring them also
02-01-2009 11:28 PM
dinger Man, that is really nice, Trees! Big enuff to build an airplane and clean enuff for an operation. Who is going to be the janitor?
Dan
02-01-2009 09:19 PM
NEW INTERIORS Trees..If I'm ever able to build a shop as nice as your's,My wife will surely be moving my stuff out...
02-01-2009 09:13 PM
302 Z28 Dang nice hangout you got there .

Vince
02-01-2009 08:58 PM
trees For a computer illiterate, taking and posting pictures has been the most difficult part of this project!!

Trees
02-01-2009 08:56 PM
trees Last of the pics until I get into the moving in process. The 18 inch roller really lets you rapidly get the coating uniform. Wolverine recommended a 3/8 to 1/2 inch lint/shed free nap. I used the 1/2 inch and it worked great. It is important to not exceed your reach with the roller when you are laying out your strips. The second picture was taken when we were half way through the color coating and mixing the last batch of color. The last picture is of the finished floor (clear applied just as the primer coat except we spread using the roller only which worked fine.

Trees
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