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Curious about what you guys use for coating garage floors. Also, what form of prep do you do before you apply the coating.
I hope so, I tried the B coffee e-mail you gave me but for some reason it didn't go through. Nothing pressing here, I live in the north so obviously I won't be doing any garage floors anytime soon. Just looking to expand some services for the coming season. I don't like jumping in to something new unless I am confident in the product and the proper procedure. I would be interested in the product you speak of. Thanks, TravisHey Guys... Long time no see... lol
Well, we're STILL sold out even in January! I just can't seem to get caught up!
Anyway, I have sampled a couple of my products to a could of guys on the forums here. They've all evaluated them and the comment go something like... "WOW"... "AMAZING"... "It sticks to everything"... Our products are alot different from the SW/Behr/Rustoleum offerings. If your customer is looking for 'cheap' and don't care about 'lasting' then those products are a good fit. However, if I had to choose between the 3... I would rule out SW & Rustoleum...
I probably would need permission from the admin to go any further about our products... Do I have it?
ab is 2part kit epoxy. mix a with b.Thanks r, about how long does it take the concrete to dry thoroughly after cleaning assuming 70' and average humidity. Also, ab kit, is that an abrasive of some sort? is the powdered citric acid part of the kit?
...Well what I meant was, the Dude is not allowed to incessantly bombard us with continuous dialog about how great his products are...Bombarded with continuous spam? Just looking for quality products recommended by our fellow paint heads!
Ice fishing is in full swing! Bring on the walleyesMan! I like your name!
Too long without wetting a line.
We sure appreciate the consideration, and thank you for askingI probably would need permission from the admin to go any further about our products... Do I have it?
But if you have a quality product and proper procedure of application you won't be going back and back. Then you have another facet of your company to make money on. So the question is, what is this quality product and how is it applied. Thanks Tmrrtr for your explanations.I refuse all the garage floors. Rather have someone else keep going back and back.
I didn't mean to discourage anyone from doing garage floors.I refuse all the garage floors. Rather have someone else keep going back and back.
Wooo Hooo....Please consider yourself permitted