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Old 11-04-2008, 09:03 AM   #31
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personally have no idea since we never have nor will we employ that product,,, since its 1 manufacturer, why would you question anything ? ? ?

i'm sure they have an 800# to call,,, if you've applied the system as per directions, what's the problem ? ? ?

ps - never had tire marks on our stuff - what happened ? ? ?

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Old 11-04-2008, 09:43 AM   #32
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I removed the tire marks by using Acetone, however some of the shine was removed, but worked okay. The third step I referred to was quickcrete sealer see link (blue can) : http://www.quikretecoatings.com/garageFloorSealer.jsp I wanted to know if I could apply this product - see link http://www.quikretecoatings.com/epoxyPremiumClear.jsp on top of the fist product.
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Old 11-04-2008, 12:23 PM   #33
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If you've already put down an epoxy finish on your floor, adding an oil-based sealer won't do any good.

Nothing much will; that's why we have epoxy...
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The other product is not oil based.
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Says its "oil-based finish"...don't know what they mean then...?
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Folks - both products in the links are water-based. Location is posted.
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Epoxy it tough for the residential garage. Modular garage flooring is an easy and fast solution. Very low maintainance
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we place a top coat of urethane over epoxies to protect them unless we coat w/2coats of polyaspartics or polyurea,,, no pro's i know use quikcrete - that's apron store stuff !

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