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Posted 3/14/2017 10:29:18 PM


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Hi all,

My uncle and I are planning to start a motorcycle repair shop in Toronto. Found the location to start it. But the problem is that the floor is ruined and need to repair it before fixing the machines and tools. Need to do a lot of repair work and fix the cracks. I searched online and got to know about epoxy coating that can be applied that may help to avoid the crack and oil stains. Is it safe to use epoxy coating? If it gets in contact with water or oil, will it lose friction? Has anyone tried or anyone faced any issues like this? Please share your experience and suggestions. Waiting for your reply.

Thanks in advance.
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I used this on my concrete shop floor.  Vertigo

http://www.rustoleum.com/product-catalog/industrial-brands/concrete-saver/anti-slip-floor-coating/as5400-system-anti-slip-one-step-epoxy

AS5400 System Anti-Slip One-Step Epoxy

Product Overview

About AS5400 System Anti-Slip One-Step Epoxy

Get aggressive traction and labor-saving application with Rust-Oleum
Concrete Saver AS5400 System Anti-Slip One-Step Epoxy. This
single-component coating protects pedestrian-grade floors with a
textured, anti-slip surface. For moderate industrial settings. For
interior/exterior use on concrete or metal floors, stairs,
entranceways, etc. Easy to use; dries quickly—can accept heavy traffic
in just 24 hours Course texture (20 mil DFT1); coefficient of friction
= dry: 1.17; wet: 1.00 Can be resealed for areas subjected to mild
chemicals, occasional steam, chemical cleaning, etc. Meets USDA
requirements for incidental food contact; accepted for use in
federally registered Canadian food facilities

If this doesn't work good enough you could also us interlocking rubber or synthetic tile on top of the epoxy covered floor. I saw one done in red and black tile and looked outstanding. vertigo
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