hmmm, looks pretty but can you put a floor jack on it under load or jack
stands without puncturing the stuff? unfortunatly not i bet. now if you
are storing a car that leaks in a garage i reccomend an old cookie sheet /
baking tray filled with kitty litter to slide under the area where you
suspect a leak . that floor covering looks great for the storage garage
for the ferrari and lamborghini types but if ya wanna work in yer garage i
think a good cleaning and fresh coat of epoxy floor paint is in order.
slippery if wet? yup! but you have sealed the concrete and provided a
surface wich a creeper or jack will roll well on and it will be easy to wash
or wipe clean if spills occur. me? the center of the shop is carpeted! i
hate cold concrete in the winter the chill goes right through me and the
steel plates in my left thigh seem to conduct cold from the floor if i'm on
it for any extended periods of time doing work!
"the industrial sized busy beaver"
----- Original Message -----
From <Ajhsys at aol.com>
To: <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2001 2:05 PM
Subject: Sams Club
> Has anybody tried one of the garage floors available at Sams Club?
> Go to www.samsclub.com and enter "garage" in the search field.
> They sell two sizes, 9'X20' for $162.97 and 10'X22" for $188.97. It looks
> like it might be decent to use.
> Allen Hefner
> SCCA Philly Region Rally Steward
> '77 Midget
> '92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport