I used the rustoleum two part epoxy for my floor. The main thing about a
painted floor is prep. Otherwise, the paint will pop loose no matter the brand.
Be sure to completely clean and seal the floor before etching and painting.
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From: "Chris Thompson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, Jul 10, 2010 22:11
Subject: [Tigers] flooring
To: "Tiger Man" <Tigerman67@hotmail.com>
I wouldn't say that porcelain is either clever or inexpensive, Steve, but it
*is* very different from standard ceramic. It's main difference is in being
*very* resistant to impact damage. Still, I wouldn't use it in a heavily
working garage. But the question that started this thread was whether to use
to interlocking rubber-like floor tiles, which I wouldn't use in any kind of
working garage, either. Or probably even in a show garage, which is what it is
intended for. Porcelain is a good (I think) compromise between the two. My
garage will be house a bunch of cars that just need maintenance, not
restoration, and there's a big difference there in the garage environment......
Tiger Man wrote:
> I'm a big fan of inexpensive and clever solutions, but I thought most >
>ceramic and porcelain tiles were subject to crack, break or shatter if > you
>dropped something solid on them. I had some tile installed in my > bathroom,
>and they told me it was much more resistant to that kind of > breakage, but
>wouldn't really say how much more resistant. I > personally tend to be a bit
>clumsy out in the shop so I was wondering > how big of an issue that is, or is
>the tile you are getting is > designed to take that.