Robert Slebodnik

07:58AM | 06/14/03
Member Since: 06/13/03
1 lifetime posts
I recently had a new concrete floor installed in my garage. (The old floor had one side that was sunken and it was all pitted and cracked> ) I'd like to keep the new floor in good shape and I'm afraid that the road salt will be a problem. (I live in Rochester, NY.) I'd also like to keep the floor clean. It has a swirled texture on it so it can't just be wet down and squeegeed. My question is about a product like the "Clean Park Pad" which is a vinyl pad which fits under the cars and has a raised edge to trap liquid. Would this work for me or would I be inviting more trouble by trapping condensation under it? Are there other pros and cons?


06:44AM | 06/17/03
Member Since: 05/19/03
457 lifetime posts
Another thing you could do is use concrete floor paint,this is the same thing alot of mechanic shops use a great plus to this is any spills will not stain your floor and it will be easy to clean most anything up.


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