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Irongrip400:
Any of yíall ever do this to your garage or anything? Iím putting new carpet in my office and where the field guys come in and out, I thought about leaving that space open and doing epoxy or polishing the existing concrete slab. Not sure of cost for the epoxy or which one is best, but the area Iím planning on doing probably isnít much more than 250 square feet. Iíd throw the speckled flake shit on it too for looks and just put a transition piece at the edge of the carpet.

chaos:
That coating works great when it's applied by people that know what they're doing. I assume you're just trying to knock off some dirt before they track it all over the carpet.

Irongrip400:

--- Quote from: chaos on April 21, 2022, 08:06:23 PM ---That coating works great when it's applied by people that know what they're doing. I assume you're just trying to knock off some dirt before they track it all over the carpet.

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Realistically, I donít want those dudes on the carpet at all. Iím setting up a station for them to do all paperwork. Iím just wanting something thatís easy to clean and has a bit of traction to it, so when they walk in with muddy boots they donít fall and itís easy to clean.

Irongrip400:

--- Quote from: B_B_C on April 22, 2022, 05:32:52 AM ---consider using a polished cement finish

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I may do that. Iím going to have to clean them anyway before, and I have some floor polishers that I was going to buff them and see what it looks like. Iím worried about the women wearing high beams having hurt feet from concrete though if I left it all. Iíll cover it with a on area rug if I go that route maybe?

chaos:

--- Quote from: Irongrip400 on April 21, 2022, 09:11:15 PM ---Realistically, I donít want those dudes on the carpet at all. Iím setting up a station for them to do all paperwork. Iím just wanting something thatís easy to clean and has a bit of traction to it, so when they walk in with muddy boots they donít fall and itís easy to clean.

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Can you pour a slab outside and have them dust off before they even come in?

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