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Old 04-25-2018, 07:09 PM   #1
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Default PeelBond - PeelStop on concrete floor? Yes-No

I have these toilet rooms to do, there is 10 layers of paint pealing off the floor... can PeelBond or PeelStop be used here? or MadDog

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I would not think so.
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You might have to grind that peeling paint down and float some concrete patch to fill in the gaps. I'm no floor guy but that would be my first inquiry for a fix.
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I have these toilet rooms to do, there is 10 layers of paint pealing off the floor... can PeelBond or PeelStop be used here? or MadDog

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I agree. The problem is that even if you do indeed stop the peeling, both are too soft for a suitable topcoat.
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It needs grinding and epoxy but they cant afford it so looks like I will scrape as much as I can and paint as is...
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Steel shotblast would serve to remove the previous coatings and create a good surface profile
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I have these toilet rooms to do, there is 10 layers of paint pealing off the floor... can PeelBond or PeelStop be used here? or MadDog

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What about using something like this?


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It needs grinding and epoxy but they cant afford it so looks like I will scrape as much as I can and paint as is...
They can't afford a $50 4 1/2" diamond disc to grind?

Move on to the next customer. They're probably the same kind that once you did a decent job will complain about how it looks and try and find a way to stiff you.

If people can't afford two days labor rate + $50, I'm out. For the quality of work and processes, we're cheap enough, I'll let someone else deal with the headaches or nonpayment.
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