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Since the weather's warm now I really should seal the carport since I have a habit of dropping oil on it.

 

This seems like a pretty good deal and probably exactly what I'm looking for.

http://www.bicwarehouse.com/expoxy-seal ... 21001.html

 

I'd probably do 2 coats just to be sure.

 

Anyone used that brand, or suggestions for something better I should use?

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Watch out for alot of consumer stuff that is not resistant to brake fluid.

 

 

How many square foot are you covering?

Do you care if its clear or not?

 

http://www.daytonsuperior.com/c06_Film_ ... l?pcid=162

 

This is industrial strength stuff. This has been used in dealer service bays and repair shops.

 

Planning a trip south of the Cheddar Line any time soon? Or is Rob heading up there???

 

I understand I owe you (and Rob) for a gas tank.... I gaurantee I can beat any price you can find on a sealer....

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I'm not planning any trips, I refuse to drive in IL pretty much unless my life depends on it. I hate your road system. Rob said he would try to get up here when I strip out the next XJ though in a few weeks. If you've got some of that stuff that would be awesome.

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I'm not planning any trips, I refuse to drive in IL pretty much unless my life depends on it. I hate your road system. Rob said he would try to get up here when I strip out the next XJ though in a few weeks. If you've got some of that stuff that would be awesome.

 

 

Okay.. I will drop some at Rob's for you...

 

I don't have any per sey.... but I know where there is some ;)

 

I wouldn't go bragging on any Wisconsin roads... Many of your state construction codes are more lax than those of Illinois....

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I appreciate it :thumbsup:

 

Didn't say the WI road system isn't faultless, but the last two times I drove through IL, I felt violated by the toll booths, especially the road that deliberately made me miss my turn just so I'd hit the $1.90 booth.

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I did mine I use the 2 part Quikrete. I wished use the 1 part epoxy instead, your concrete driveway will soak up a lot plan on using 5 gallons worth or more. All these kits are based on very smooth garage floors. Supposely makes the concrete 2 to 3 times stronger. I did spill brake fuild, gas, oil etc just washes off.

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:drool:

 

I believe I've seen that pic before. Mine's a freakin mess. I'm gonna try to clean it up as best as possible before I paint, but yeah I planned on a few coats. At least get one on to start with before the landlords see all the new mess I put on this weekend.

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I appreciate it :thumbsup:

 

Didn't say the WI road system isn't faultless, but the last two times I drove through IL, I felt violated by the toll booths, especially the road that deliberately made me miss my turn just so I'd hit the $1.90 booth.

 

 

Aaahh.... the infamous toll roads... Originally they were only supposed to be there until the roads were paid for.. about 30 years ago.

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