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Old May 17th, 2013, 07:40 PM   #41
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Ended up settling with aquapon 35 (thanks aber61 for all the help). I'm going to start this process Sunday night... We will see how it works out.


Going with primer/ base / clear...
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Old June 14th, 2013, 09:17 PM   #42
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We just had a bunch of floors here at work (Medium Density Fibreboard manufacturing Plant) done with Aquapon 35... Seems like it is tough shit! We were using a hand operator 2500lb forklift on it with-in 2 days and it has yet to mark it. We had some outside contractors ($5/hr) flunkies painting it on with rollers, and I'm fairly certain they weren't following all the prep steps as they should and it turned out really good. I will update as time goes on...
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Old June 17th, 2013, 06:36 AM   #43
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We just had a bunch of floors here at work (Medium Density Fibreboard manufacturing Plant) done with Aquapon 35... Seems like it is tough shit! We were using a hand operator 2500lb forklift on it with-in 2 days and it has yet to mark it. We had some outside contractors ($5/hr) flunkies painting it on with rollers, and I'm fairly certain they weren't following all the prep steps as they should and it turned out really good. I will update as time goes on...
I have about 20 hours into my garage prep work right now, and my garage is not that big, 520 square feet.

Sanding down the last of the epoxy patches tonight, and I think tomorrow is installation day.
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Old June 17th, 2013, 10:00 AM   #44
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I will take pictures next time I am at work...
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I do not know what product they are using. Their quote was "diamond grind and prime first day. 100% solid commercial grade epoxy, flake, and anti-skid on the second day". $3655 for 1800 sq ft.

This is for my home garage.

Are you still doing epoxy? If so, I would be interested in a quote.
Ended up using Epoxy-Coat / Performance Floor in Mt. Clemens. $2.50 / sq ft for just under 2500 sq ft. Diamond grind, fill control joints, prime, coat, and flake. Anti-skid added to 1/3 of the area. Couldn't have done it myself for that.
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