Second of all - I've seen "special" garage floor paints which are at least £5 a tin more than normal floor paints. All I can see on the tin to justify this is that they are .. ahem .. heat resistant against hot tyres. Now it may just be me, but even when I drive the be-Jesus outta my car and park it up, the tires get just above a temperature that's bearable to touch. In general terms that's not really *that* hot though. The brakes and engine on the other hand would blind a man with night-goggles on!
Does normal paint really not withstand the "massive" heat of just above comfortable hand hot tyres? Is it just a rip off? Has anyone found paint attached to their tyres the next morning due to thermal meltdown of the floor!?