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    Quote Originally Posted by DeJkUnlimited View Post
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    I was planning on tackling that this fall too. That floor came out great. Makes me second guess taking it on myself. I may have missed it but did you grind the floor first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weebz View Post
    I was planning on tackling that this fall too. That floor came out great. Makes me second guess taking it on myself. I may have missed it but did you grind the floor first?
    No they rinsed it thoroughly and gave it a good scrape, acid etched it twice and rinsed it again.

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    Floor turned out great!


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    Quote Originally Posted by DeJkUnlimited View Post
    No they rinsed it thoroughly and gave it a good scrape, acid etched it twice and rinsed it again.
    Hmmm. That is exciting to hear. I had been planning on having to grind. Certainly makes it a little easier.

    Regardless, looks awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Ok, thanks. I’ve been procrastinating for years and that’s been one of my bigger concerns.


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    That really did turn out great! I'd love to do that but the thought of having to move all of the shit out of my garage to do it is a big fat NOPE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weebz View Post
    I was planning on tackling that this fall too. That floor came out great. Makes me second guess taking it on myself. I may have missed it but did you grind the floor first?
    We didn't on ours either. We did a degreaser on oil spots then an acid wash. House built in 1968
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    Looks awesome!


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    Great lookin garage! That lift tho!!!!!

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    Got my steps back in last night, a friend gave me some scraps of Trex so I reused the stringers but replaced the treads. Now the waiting game for the weekend to bring all my stuff back in.

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