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Old October 5th, 2016, 01:17 AM
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Love the Aston by the way ...
So do I! ;-) I wish it were mine, but I can't say that it is. Well, at least not yet. It's my neighbors and he never drives it. I'm trying to convince him to let me exercise it when I'm in town ;-)
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Old October 5th, 2016, 07:56 AM
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So do I! ;-) I wish it were mine, but I can't say that it is. Well, at least not yet. It's my neighbors and he never drives it. I'm trying to convince him to let me exercise it when I'm in town ;-)
Offer to sell it for him, that worked for me
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Just building a new garage/workshop, it is 40' x 20' (2 wide - 2 deep) in the basement of a new house with a 12' x 15' bike and sports equipment room on the side. The whole thing has under-floor hydronic heat. I am looking for a good way to finish the floor. This is not intended to be an over the top show room but I would like to keep it relatively clean and keep the dust down. I have read the comments above, but does anyone have experience with epoxy on a heated floor - does it make it even softer?
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I used Rust Bullet on my garage floor. Love it. I however have no experience with a heated floor.

My garage is also in the basement so I wouldn't even need it. Of course being in PA I would not have the same issues as your area.

I bought the Rust Bullet from these guys and their customer service is amazing. So they might be able to answer your questions.

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Old October 6th, 2016, 09:19 AM
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Just building a new garage/workshop, it is 40' x 20' (2 wide - 2 deep) in the basement of a new house with a 12' x 15' bike and sports equipment room on the side. The whole thing has under-floor hydronic heat. I am looking for a good way to finish the floor. This is not intended to be an over the top show room but I would like to keep it relatively clean and keep the dust down. I have read the comments above, but does anyone have experience with epoxy on a heated floor - does it make it even softer?
If I was doing a workshop on a heated floor I'd probably do vct tile and buff it up
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Old October 6th, 2016, 10:26 AM
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Just building a new garage/workshop, it is 40' x 20' (2 wide - 2 deep) in the basement of a new house with a 12' x 15' bike and sports equipment room on the side. The whole thing has under-floor hydronic heat. I am looking for a good way to finish the floor. This is not intended to be an over the top show room but I would like to keep it relatively clean and keep the dust down. I have read the comments above, but does anyone have experience with epoxy on a heated floor - does it make it even softer?
I have no personal experience, but it looks like it should be no issue, per multiple online resources. As with all floor coatings, proper prep is the key, and they recommend running the system for a couple of weeks to help fully cure the slab, then letting the floor come back to ambient temps by shutting down the system 24-48 hours prior to coating..

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Old October 11th, 2016, 02:54 PM
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The foundation is going in on my new shop
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