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    Re: New floor in shop

    Most high end Asian and European shops have a correction area that is done this way. It keeps the light from repeatedly bouncing off the walls and washing out the defects even with focused lighting. Dylan from Rupes explained that to me after I saw pictures of Rupes facility. And I can tell you it works. Yes the floor has some give, but I wouldn’t call it soft. The sample they gave me I tried everything that has been mentioned and nothing phased it, and my rolling stool works fine.
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    Re: New floor in shop

    They also do dealership shops and driveways with it.

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    Re: New floor in shop

    Hey Mike, so what`s the long term update on the floor? Any new pros or cons? Thanks.
    Making someone else happy, is one of the best feelings.

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    Re: New floor in shop

    I haven’t seen him post in a long time. I miss his posts and I have no idea what happened to him.

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    Re: New floor in shop

    Mike,
    Very interesting surface. Color(s) are black, black & black?

    I found their website.... 28 colors.

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    Re: New floor in shop

    Update on the floor, love it! Not one issue at all. Just use a cheap foam gun, fill with APC and broom it. Rinse and done. Highly recommended over epoxy. As far as walls, Rupes replies on you tube has a video explaining that. As far as posting, just got back after shut down, will try to post more. Pretty much selling the crap out of Graphene. It is the next thing!


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    Re: New floor in shop

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike lambert View Post
    Pretty much selling the crap out of Graphene. It is the next thing!

    Mike, what coatings are you offering now? I thought you were doing Modesta? Were there issues or things you didn’t like about them?

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    Re: New floor in shop

    Still doing Modesta, just another offering is graphene


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    Re: New floor in shop

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike lambert View Post
    Had been working on quarry tile and race deck for quite a few years. Got tired of pulling up the race deck to clean every 6 months and the tile was just getting hard to work on daily. Didnít really want to or want to pay someone to rip up the tile for something else and rubber mat just didnít seem to work for me. Came across this product called Rubaroc. Ground up rubber, not recycled, that is mixed with resin, and can be placed over almost anything. The company came Wednesday and ground the tile for better adherence. They came today and installed the Rubaroc in our color choice of black with grey mixed in. It goes on a quarter inch thick after an adhesion promoter is rolled on. A 10 year warranty on the product and 1 Year on labor. If we should damage a spot, they com and cut out that section and re apply. Iím really happy with the results! Saturday we can replace the trim, clean and put the shop back together. Thank you for looking!


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    No, sorry, have it to a friend.


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