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Old 02-08-2016, 03:28 PM   #15
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Floor sealed with a two part epoxy then treated with a rubber textured Marine paint like on a ships deck for traction but you can not paint lines on it or use a squeegee but with the inclined floor to the drain there is not need to squeegee at all.

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Floor sealed with a two part epoxy then treated with a rubber textured Marine paint like on a ships deck for traction but you can not paint lines on it or use a squeegee but with the inclined floor to the drain there is not need to squeegee at all.

Where is the fork and knife you use when you are eating off the floors that I have seen here?

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Old 02-09-2016, 07:32 AM   #17
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Should we put pads or moisture barriers under tires?

IF it makes you feel better, Go for it,, Else, no..
Based on much reading and research and so on I do not believe it will make any difference, but the cost is very low, so if it makes you feel better DO IT.

The one time I do suggest "Pads" is if you are storing outdoors and put your jacks down over-winter,, Then by all means put blocks or planks or something under the jacks.. here is why

When I went to pull out one January the jacks were not frozen to the wood blocks, but the blocks were frozen to the ground.....
I pulled off.. Went back with my handy dandy 8 or 12 pounder (Forget which think 8) Tapped the blocks just once gently with the 8 pounder (Sledge hammer) and they came free like nobody's business.

The jacks would have been a serious pain frozen down like that.

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