The only thing I've read about these products is that their success is
directly related to the quality of the floor preparation prior to
application. If the floor isn't "perfectly" clean (i.e. grease free) the
coating is prone to peeling. Does Rustoleum guarantee a "peel free" floor
for X years? That might make it worth the extra cost?
1975 TR6 CF38503U
Running w/ Throttle Body Injection
From: owner-triumphs@Autox.Team.Net [mailto:owner-triumphs@Autox.Team.Net]
On Behalf Of R. Ashford Little II
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2007 2:12 PM
To: 6pack; Triumph List
Subject: [TR] OT? Garage floor coatings
I'm thinking of putting one of those epoxy coatings on my garage floor. I
just had an estimate done by a Rustoleum rep and while nice it isn't cheap.
Another alternative is UCoatit (www.ucoatit.com). This method is cheaper as
I would supply the labor, but I am unsure of which is better. The Rustoleum
guys do come in with a machine that sands the surface and should provide
R. Ashford Little II
'70 TR6 <http://www.ralittle2.com/>
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