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    Absolute Garage WDM

    Anyone in here ever use Absolute Garage in WDM for garage flooring and organization?



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    Re: Absolute Garage WDM

    I've used the one that use to be in Johnston. Nice people and I bought some Gladiator garage wall stuff from them that had been scratched. For all my other Gladiator gear I found that Sears had better prices. For flooring I just did my own Epoxy on both houses I've owned. What kind of flooring are you considering? If you're considering the tile stuff, Costco has some good deals.



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    Re: Absolute Garage WDM

    Proabably the epoxy, but have heard the do it yourself kits aren't as lasting. I think the tennant product that Absolute does is commercial grade stuff and lasts for years.



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    Re: Absolute Garage WDM

    Quote Originally Posted by isuno1fan View Post
    Proabably the epoxy, but have heard the do it yourself kits aren't as lasting. I think the tennant product that Absolute does is commercial grade stuff and lasts for years.

    It might last for years but you could paint the retail epoxy you buy at the retail stores 10 times and not pay what you would pay them to do it. Go to Sherwin Williams and ask for the industrial epoxy you can get through them. It works great, is very durable and still will cost you less then half of what they charge.



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    Re: Absolute Garage WDM

    I've used the Rust-Oleum product twice and both times have been satisfied. The first time the only problems I had were near the expansion joints. Salt and snow gets in those joints and causes issues with the epoxy. This time I filled the expansion joints first and I have no wear. It's been 5 years in our current house.


    Both times I did it on new cement so maybe that makes a difference.










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