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Thread: Epoxy Garage flooring

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    Double garage just floor, not the sides took about 10 hours labour, $10 a s/f was probably when it first came out, $6 seems like going rate now , its actually pretty easy to do

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    Quote Originally Posted by painter69 View Post
    Double garage just floor, not the sides took about 10 hours labour, $10 a s/f was probably when it first came out, $6 seems like going rate now , its actually pretty easy to do
    Well good to know! I was way off, JUGZ!

    The garages I was also talking about were probably approx 40x30ish and they did the product up a foot on the walls also.

    Painter, what product are you guys using? Link?

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    We got it at Cloverdale

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    Quote Originally Posted by painter69 View Post
    We got it at Cloverdale
    Good to know. I was talking to Dave about that a couple months back but he didn't have enough reviews on it to comment.

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    What kind of temperature needs to be maintained in order for these types of products to cure properly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krmitlovesbacon View Post
    What kind of temperature needs to be maintained in order for these types of products to cure properly?
    15-20C Would be ideal. Any colder and longer cure times, any hotter and the product will set quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrightWhite View Post
    Well good to know! I was way off, JUGZ!

    The garages I was also talking about were probably approx 40x30ish and they did the product up a foot on the walls also.

    Painter, what product are you guys using? Link?
    hmm going part way up the walls is a good idea to help combat moisture from the vehicles never thought of doing that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Izerous View Post
    hmm going part way up the walls is a good idea to help combat moisture from the vehicles never thought of doing that.
    Those garages were completely waterproof around the perimeter. You could hose it down and squeegee without worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrightWhite View Post
    Those garages were completely waterproof around the perimeter. You could hose it down and squeegee without worry.
    I'd still handle a bunch of CAULK and squeeze some CAULK around the seam. Sure, the garage would smell of CAULK for awhile, but throwing the CAULK to it really fills any cracks with CAULK.
    Cracks love to get filled with CAULK!

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