I am trying to find the best solution to cover my garage floor. I have
thought of everything. Today i was thinking about about the garage
flooring they use in grade schools. THey were super durable and huge
tiles or sections with that infamous silver line that we all had to
Any one tried this stuff or know where to get it. IM not even sure what
it is made out of but it is some tough stuff.
Yes, this is the stuff of 50s and 60s school house memories.
Wiki says very very tough material, extremely resistant to water.
However, in garages, we have oil, grease, fuel, and acid drips from our
vehicles. To keep this surface looking GREAT, we will need to wash it
down nearly every day when the vehicles leave the garage.
It is NOT cheap to install as it is a LABOR intensive process.
There was a scene in Transporter where the floor of the garage was
covered in a waffle textured dark green grid that appeared to be 2 to 3
inches deep. It would stay cleaner than most other floor treatements
and if the material selected was not reactive to automotive fluids, it
would stay neat for a LONG time.
Reading at www.nmta.com, Yes Terrazzo using epoxy or acrylic resins to
embed marble or other aggregate stones is oil, water, and acid spill
resistant. Recommended for hospitals, laboratories, and manufacturing areas.
If you can afford it, looks like terrazzo is a GO
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