11:57PM | 07/02/02
Member Since: 07/02/02
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I'm serving the old red, white and blue and I am overseas with very limited concrete assets. We have poured a concrete floor in a warehouse and the weight of the forklifts is turning the concrete into dust. Is it possible to apply an apoxy to the floor after the floor has been poured to where it is durable? If anyone can give me a vendor's name and the application instructions, I would appreciate it.
If I was back in the good old USA, I'd force the contractor to jackhammer the concrete out and start over, but like I said, due to limited access to the proper materials, I am forced to take what's been handed to me, because things don't get any better over here.



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