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Old 05-05-2021, 06:45 AM
Ndomines Ndomines is offline
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Default Epoxy vs snap tile

I have done both on a large scale. WARNING
NON-skid is absorbed by the epoxy. It must be applied while the epoxy is wet. Once dry fir use a little sand or water on the floor and your feet will slide out from under you.
Some one will get hurt and a lawsuit should be considered. Their is no aftermarket solution. It looks gorgeous, its costly and very dangerous. You have been warned.
The plastic tiles in our 6 car garage held up very well. Very attractive. Install is very quick. Downside is dirt and water gets trapped under them, bet the geckos will love their new hideouts underneath. If you have non leaky vehicles, no oil, brake fluid or battery acid use the same stuff that folks get put on their driveway. Get Solvent based.
Regrettably our garage floor looks like very highly polished granite, beautiful and dangerous as hell. Anyone tell you different its because they are still on the learning curve.

QUOTE=davefin;1939605]I went with epoxy as floor is NOT level for tiles to lay correctly.[/QUOTE]
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