Garage Floor Cover

I have a two-car garage (10' X 20') that is my workshop and the home of our two compact cars (that get moved out every time I do any woodworking). I had been looking at applying the Rustoleum EpoxyShield garage floor coating this summer, liking the price (about $100 to do the whole floor). However, a recent email from Rockler spawned a search in which I found the following "garage floor cover" product:
http://www.bltllc.com/parking-pad.htm
It's definitely more expensive (around $500), but it has several advantages over the epoxy coating that I can think of...
* much easier and quicker to apply (and then use...no waiting time) * easier to clean (can hose and scrub down as needed, directing the water through the channels to the outside) * probably much less slippery
One possible disadvantage is that the ribbed cover (I'm not looking at the "coin floor cover pattern") would make it a little harder to move my mobile tool bases on, but probably not much more.
Does anyone have any experience with this product (or a similar product) and have any reasons for/against it?
Thanks, PJ
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Nah....keep it simple. As far as the Rustoleum product being slippery, call the company and ask if they foresee any problems with sprinkling a bit of sand on the surface after the first coat.
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I do not have any experiance with the product, but I would think the ribs would be a pain! No way you will sweep across the ribs and get the floor clean. I epoxied my garage floor last summer. I can not believe I waited so long to do it. Everything cleans right up with little scubbing. Keep in mind I do some auto repair, and wood working too. I was afraid that the floor would be slippery, that has not been a problem at all. Grease and oil wipe right up, and sweeping up the saw dust is a breeze. One or two gallons of water, a little degreaser, and 15 minutes and the floor is spotless. Do the epoxy, do not put any sand in it, you won't need it. Sand makes the floor a little harder to clean as the dirt will stick around the sand. Greg
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I've had this product on my garage floor for about 4 years. It has exceeded my expectations. Very durable and easy to clean. Highly recommend.

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