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Old 04-08-2006, 08:24 AM
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I'm with Jeff and Rick on this one, pretty floors look nice when they're well cared for butwhen you start getting scars it's much more obvious. I have enough problems getting work done without worrying about keeping the floor pretty. It's hard enough finding shop time let alone mopping the shop time. Keep a rag handy for the spills and git r done. Dan
You have a good point. Nothing wrong with a shop with bare concrete floors, it's been done that way forever. However, epoxy floors are easier to clean than bare concrete. It is easier to sweep and oil/grease wipes off much easier. You can epoxy the floor and still not have to worry about keeping it pretty. A concrete sealer might be another option.
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